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Corner Brook

Corner Brook

Corner Brook Sustainability Along the west coast of Newfoundland lies the community of Corner Brook.  Originally four unique comminutes; Townsite (the center of the city now, originally the hub for the paper and pulp industry and the subsequent employees), Curling (with its fishery), Corner Brook East (the railway and industrial operations), and Corner Brook West […]

Posted in Infrastructure,January 2014 | Read More »

City of Swift Current

Swift Current

A Hub of Giant Opportunity   Swift Current’s reputation far exceeds its size Whomever coined the phrase “plan your work, work your plan” would have loved Swift Current. And while the southwestern Saskatchewan city is dwarfed by familiar Canadian names like Toronto and Vancouver – and by more nearby regional neighbors in Winnipeg and Calgary […]

Posted in Government,January 2014 | Read More »

IAHTM

IAHTM

  A Collective of Cooperation   Interview with Deborah Lark, President of the International Association for Healthcare Textile Management The International Association for Healthcare Textile Management (IAHTM) will spend 2014 celebrating its 45 years as a promoter and advocate of education for those in leadership roles at the large cooperative healthcare laundries that dot the […]

Posted in January 2014,Service Industry | Read More »

AmeriPride

AmeriPride

AmeriPride Services Positions for Growth   Distinguished family enterprise aims for expansion, impact In football, it’s referred to as “having your head on a swivel.” In other words, being able to see all the various moving parts on the field and recognizing how they might impact what it is that you’re trying to accomplish. In […]

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EHS Nova Scotia

EHS Nova Scotia

All Hands on Deck   Nova Scotia’s EHS is a role model for provincial partnerships Nova Scotia is, by anyone’s measure, a different kind of place. It is Canada’s easternmost contiguous province, more than 13 hours from the national capital in Ottawa and another three hours removed from the country’s most populous city in Toronto. […]

Posted in Healthcare,January 2014 | Read More »

Competitive Carriers Association

Competitive Carriers Association

Maintaining Connections Interview with Steven K. Berry, President & CEO of Competitive Carriers Association Competitive Carriers Association is a Washington, D.C.-based group whose aim is to advocate for its members – rural, regional and nationwide wireless carriers and vendors/suppliers – before high-profile policymakers like the Federal Communications Commission, the White House and Congress. The association’s […]

Posted in ASSOCIATIONS,January 2014 | Read More »

Kineticom

Kineticom

A Process for Success Kineticom hires well, adheres to proven plan Few would dispute that Kineticom’s got technology chops. The 13-year-old organization is an ISO-certified talent firm with specific focuses on technology recruitment and service delivery, and it’s got a slew of awards that illustrate that it not only does what it says – but […]

Posted in January 2014,Technology | Read More »

Worldwide Supply

Worldwide Supply

Local Boy Makes Good… Again Worldwide Supply a successful return for New Jersey’s VanOrden Jay VanOrden was living the dream. He founded his own telecom/network solutions business a few years out of college, quickly became successful with it, and, just 12 years after its founding, sold it to a public company and retired by age […]

Posted in January 2014,Technology | Read More »

Troy Cable

Troy Cable

Big Things in Small Places   Troy Cablevision, Inc. grows and thrives with local approach They might not have known the scale of the technology that was coming, but the people that played key roles in the founding of Troy Cablevision Inc. (Troy Cable) had the work ethic for progress in place years before its […]

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Oskar Blues Brewery

Oskar Blues

“We’re All Living the Dream” Oskar Blues brews quality of work, quality of life It’s all about the beer, the food and the mountain bikes. But the story of the Oskar Blues Brewery and its associated interests would be woefully incomplete without including the common theme that links each and every business decision and endeavor. […]

Posted in Food & Beverage,January 2014 | Read More »

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