Peter Caulfield

The business case for diversity and inclusion

Diverse workforce brings fresh perspectives, reduces turnover, fosters innovation, says president of Canadian Construction Association

John Crawford: Looking out for others

John Crawford’s long journey to winning a 2018 BC CFO Award in the lifetime achievement category began almost 40 years ago and several thousand miles from British Columbia. The native of a small...

Pamela Lee: A modern CFO

2018 BC CFO Awards winner's new direction helped revive technology company’s fortunes

New Olympic museum sets gold-medal standard for corporate events

During the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, the Richmond Olympic Oval was the focus of international attention as the host venue for long-track speedskating events, the awarding of 36 Olympic medals...

B.C. society reunites unclaimed funds with rightful owners

Is your business or organization fulfilling its legal obligations under the Unclaimed Property Act of British Columbia? According to the British Columbia Unclaimed Property Society (BCUPS), many...

Vancouver expert: three key ingredients to successful digital marketing

For Mikey Scott, global marketing director of the rapidly growing Herschel Supply Company, there are three key ingredients to successful digital marketing. “Engineer your content to be shareable,...

TRIUMF brings innovation and industrial partners to B.C.

On September 25-26, 2014, TRIUMF and Advanced Applied Physics Solutions, Inc. (AAPS), a TRIUMF company, welcomed leaders in knowledge mobilization and technology transfer from across Canada to its...

British Columbia-India trade on the rise

Exports in transition from resources to technology products and services

Results of election in India expected to have little effect on Canada or B.C.

Narendra Modi, leader of the pro-business BJP Party, has just been elected prime minister of India in a resounding victory over the Congress Party.

Companies rush to stake claims in the Sheslay Valley

Drilling hints at world-class gold-copper deposit in northwestern B.C.