Press Clippings

    Finding ways to make a living in the Columbia Valley can at times be challenging.
    By Nicole Trigg

    But a new wave of businesses emerging from the valley’s food culture are providing the manufacturing is a viable industry for those willing to unleash their creativity and tantalize people’s tastebuds.


    Entrepreneurs create jobs that build a better working world in Canada — and beyond

    EY is proud to announce the 2013 Pacific Entrepreneur Of The Year finalists today. The announcement marks 20 years of shining the spotlight on leading entrepreneurs revving the job creation engine across Canada and around the world.


    BC's Best 2013 People's Choice Award Winners
    By BC Living

    We're pleased to present the winners in our second annual People's Choice awards. Of course, the real winners are the British Columbians who get to enjoy these incredible businesses and services every day.


    Peter Neal’s kitchen is ‘where everything happens’
    By Deirdre Kelly

    Soon after purchasing his 1950s detached brick home in Toronto’s Leaside neighbourhood five years ago, Peter Neal – who co-owns, with his sibling Chris, Neal Brothers Foods, a food distribution, marketing and production company – commenced a full-out renovation that saw him tear down the old structure to rebuild a new one from the foundation up.


    Chris Carter has another successful local business story, this time with organic and fair trade roasted Kicking Horse Coffee.


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