Moves & Appointments

Sales/Marketing:

Pedro Simoes has been promoted to the executive management team at Avigilon to lead global sales growth. Since joining...

Resources:

Michael McPhie has joined JDS Energy and Mining group and will be leading two of the group’s new companies, JDS Copper Ltd....

Resources:

Dean Laidlow has been engaged to lead the search for a suitable acquisition candidate or business partner in the medical...
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Hats Off

The Keystone of Life Foundation recently donated $4,947.44 to Tapestry Foundation for Health Care in support of two new folding wheelchairs for patients in the physical rehabilitation unit at Holy Family Hospital. The new wheelchairs are lighter and easier for patients to maneuver, allowing them greater mobility and independence. The new wheelchairs replace 19-year-old chairs within the fleet at the hospital. •
Scotiabank renewed its long-time partnership with Tapestry Foundation for Health Care through a donation of $33,000 in support of Mount Saint Joseph Hospital and the foundation’s annual Scotiabank Feast of Fortune event. Since 2008, Scotiabank has been the title sponsor of Tapestry Foundation’s signature gala fundraiser, which celebrates Chinese New Year and supports Mount Saint Joseph Hospital. Over the past seven years, more than $2.3 million has been raised through the event to support purchases of high-tech medical equipment for various departments, helping to establish new clinical services and programs.
Spring Advertising donated $3,100 ($1,100 of that total was donated by the public) to the Greater Vancouver Food Bank Society. Spring unleashed several animal mascots as part of “Hugs for Hunger”: for every hug given, Spring donated $1 to the food bank. For every dollar donated, the food bank is able to purchase $3 worth of fresh fruit, vegetables and eggs.
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Who's Getting Sued

Defendants:

George Eugene Syrovatka 4015 Trafalgar Rd., Montreal

Plaintiffs:

Point Grey Projects Inc. 882 E. 19th Ave., Vancouver

Claim:

$71,675 for construction labour, services and materials; a builder’s lien.

Defendants:

Tundra Windows, Doors & Hardware Inc. 625 E. 16th Ave., Vancouver

Plaintiffs:

Royal Window & Door Profiles Plant 14 Inc. 215 – 109 Carroll St., Vancouver

Claim:

$74,625 for window profiles.

Defendants:

Illuminated Productions Inc. and Joshua Shore 2200 – 1055 W. Hastings St., Vancouver

Plaintiffs:

George Henry Epp and Adelaide Clara Epp 46310 Roy Ave., Chilliwack

Claim:

$102,082 for debt.
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Forty under 40 »

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Forty Under 40

Every year, 40 business stars under the age of 40 are profiled in Business in Vancouver and then honoured at a gala awards evening. For 2013/14 event information and to register for the dinner, click here

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Influential Women in Business »

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Influential Women in Business

Honorees are leaders in their company and the business community. These awards draw attention to the business case for gender diversity in the boardroom. For 2014 event information, click here

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