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Harnessing ImaginationFORREC

Harnessing Imagination


With more than 2,500 projects across 60 countries, FORREC, a world leader in experiential design, creates compelling guest experiences through creativity that genuinely inspires awe in onlookers and audiences. Add to that a proficiency in strategy, planning, and innovation.

Island Destination: Corner Brook Beckons with Beauty, Culture, and EventsCity of Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador

Island Destination: Corner Brook Beckons with Beauty, Culture, and Events

City of Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador

Located on the west coast of Newfoundland, Canada, the City of Corner Brook, with its thriving arts and cultural scene, natural attractions, and burgeoning cruise line industry, is poised to become a provincial leader in tourism. Boasting the province’s second-largest population behind St. John’s, this most northern city in Atlantic Canada offers year-round events and outdoor activities for visitors of all ages to enjoy.

Safe TravelsSafety First-SFC

Safe Travels

Safety First-SFC

Traffic control is challenging and often dangerous, but someone must do it. And Safety First-SFC does it best, after operating as the largest full-service traffic control company in the Atlantic provinces for almost 30 years.

Sorting It Out – EuroSort Makes it Simple, Safe and AccurateEuroSort

Sorting It Out – EuroSort Makes it Simple, Safe and Accurate


Dedicated to building sorting equipment that promise industry-best levels of accuracy and precision, EuroSort boasts products with the smallest discharge space possible—up to 50 percent smaller than competing technologies—and a reputation for producing small, effective, dependable, and affordable machines that can operate continuously to produce exceptional outcomes.

Positive PotentialLogistics Sector Adapts, Changes and Grows

Positive Potential

Logistics Sector Adapts, Changes and Grows

The past few years have created some uniquely difficult challenges for the logistics sector due to a number of factors, particularly the ongoing pandemic coupled with worldwide geopolitical and economic crises. Large-scale supply chain interruptions, perplexing new rules and restrictions, and turbulent shifts in consumer demand, have all adversely affected almost every single area of the industrial segment, with a domino effect that will linger in the coming years.

Building the Future With Innovation and SustainabilityPeterborough & the Kawarthas, Ontario

Building the Future With Innovation and Sustainability

Peterborough & the Kawarthas, Ontario

With stunning scenery to appreciate both en route and at the destination, Peterborough & the Kawarthas marries natural beauty with a thriving and vibrant city. Conveniently located between major city centres Toronto and Ottawa and the northeastern United States, Peterborough & the Kawarthas also boasts the Trent-Severn Waterway, a National Historic Site of Canada and one of the world’s best integrated navigation systems complete with numerous marinas and lock stations for those choosing to arrive via boat. The area is poised for sustainable growth, setting the stage to become the most innovative and sustainable community and economy in Ontario. In Peterborough & the Kawarthas, sustainable prosperity is possible.

Good People, Good BusinessPinal County, AZ

Good People, Good Business

Pinal County, AZ

Located at the center of the Sun Corridor between Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona, and home to over 439,000 residents, Pinal County comprises both mountains and deserts, and boasts a wealth of economic sectors including copper mining, manufacturing, distribution, and agriculture.

Turning the Energy Tide with Net Zero HomesEnercare

Turning the Energy Tide with Net Zero Homes


As the cost of living soars and climate change looms, developing a robust stock of net zero homes might just be the best option for a more sustainable society. The Canadian government, supported by the Ontario Energy Association (OEA), aims to reach net zero emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) by 2050.

Supplying the Demand: How CAPREIT is Investing for the FutureCanadian Apartment Properties REIT

Supplying the Demand: How CAPREIT is Investing for the Future

Canadian Apartment Properties REIT

The search for affordable housing — whether to rent or own — can be a challenging one, hampered by inaccessible websites, absentee landlords, and a severe housing shortage. Canadian Apartment Properties Real Estate Investment Trust (CAPREIT), the country’s largest publicly traded rental housing provider, aims to help alleviate that. With interests in approximately 67,500 well-located residential apartment units, townhomes, and land lease communities, the company strives to create welcoming, accessible, and dynamic communities across Canada with properties maintained by teams of committed experts.

Knight in Shining Armour: Fighting for Housing AffordabilityKnight Growth Strategies

Knight in Shining Armour: Fighting for Housing Affordability

Knight Growth Strategies

It takes a lot of blood, sweat and tears to transform a vacant, dilapidated building into something welcoming, functional and liveable for tenants who might not meet traditional rent qualifications. Amanda Knight, who currently owns seven buildings around Nova Scotia—a combination of duplexes, a triplex and a fourplex—does just that, embracing the challenge of taking a house and turning it into a home.



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