Most would agree that there’s certainly no place like home. Home is our refuge from the masses, our comfort zone and the place that houses families and memories. Yet sometimes, the need arises for one to leave familiar surroundings for economic reasons, namely finding employment. It’s a difficult decision for the families involved, but quite often a necessity.
The Ontario based print and communications company also knows its client base. “We have client relationships that almost cover that span of six decades,” Mr. Halliday says. “Forty five years some clients have been with us.” After six decades on the job, these market leaders aren’t about to slow down. Instead, the dynamic team is committed to providing business communication solutions that best fit today’s changing world.
AltaSteel is a pioneer of sorts, whose research and innovation, product quality and dedication to corporate responsibility has earned the company the recognition of being a market leader, not only in western Canada, but worldwide.
Besides security, maintenance, and air traffic control, other activities include the collection of wastewater, de-icing, and recycling used glycol from the solvents of chemicals used to de-ice planes.
As one of only two Society for Protective Coatings (SSPC-QP1 and QP2) certified contractors based in British Columbia, Certified Coating Specialists Inc. complies with and supports SSPC – QP certification requirements for industrial painters to receive focused industrial painting trade education and skills training.
The company combines time tested quality and workmanship with the latest developments and technologies to produce a wide variety of boats of diverse materials including steel, aluminum, fibreglass and composites.
“Both of my grandfathers were carpenters, my father was a carpenter, and I’m a carpenter,” says Mr. McLaughlin, who spent years in the construction industry prior to founding Terlin Construction in 1989. As an ambitious teenager, he did small contracting jobs, and moved from installing and repairing doors and windows to working with his father on single rural homes and agricultural buildings.
St. Regis Crystal, a company out of Markham, Ontario, makes awards and so much more; offering a wide variety of crystal gifts and recognition products from trophies and art glass to clocks, coffee mugs and optical crystal. We spoke with Jeff Firkser, the company’s Vice President, about this unique and specialized business.
“It was a complete start up,” Co-founder Fidel Reijerse recalls. “We realized that there was a real disconnect between what people wanted to do with their buildings and what they were doing around green energy.”
His background was ideal for jumping into the natural health industry. Dr. Ou earned an M.D. and MSc in Toxicology in China and then earned an M.Phil. in Toxicology and a Ph.D. in Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology from the University of London. “I got both the Eastern and Western,” he points out.