Progress Magazine

Past Issues

  • 2008-04-01


Current Issue

Entrepreneur of the year

Robert Crosbie and 10 other A-list entrepreneurs talk about successes, challenges, and being right
by Quentin Casey

Not afraid to think big

His vision was to build a relevant company, make millions of dollars, and secure long-term survival in a volatile sector. By focusing on operations and maintainance, Robert Crosbie pulled it off
by Quentin Casey
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Issue highlights from the editor's desk.

A growing sense of prosperity

For Newfoundland and Labrador, people, natural resources, and good ideas are the new fish
by Amanda Leslie

Branded spaces

A new architectural movement is sweeping the region and leaving some of Canada’s most outstanding new buildings in its wake
by Tom Mason
Views on the big picture from the publisher.

Create a culture

As a colleague recently said, it seems like “culture” is the word of the day. Only recently did the reasons behind why you should build a...
by Neville Gilfoy
Perspective on business trends.

The golf fix

Blending two different sports, The Golf Bike combines fitness, speed of play, and a certain retro cool. The Florida company is developing deep roots in New Brunswick
by David Holt
Opportunities and investment-grade companies to keep your eye on.

Let it grow

A medical marijuana company setting up shop in Nova Scotia plans to focus on research and development
by Tom Mason
Tools and ideas for building your brand.

Feeding a need

The Community Carrot Co-Op is bringing healthy and affordable food to Halifax's North End
by Jordan Whitehouse

Going solo

Christine Campbell on going solo, opening for Seger, and her interest in crowdsourcing
by Corey Poirier

Paying it forward

Photographer Mark Hemmings on using social entrepreneurism to make a difference
by Rayanne Brennan

Ask our money expert

I’m a small incorporated business owner, and my business is cyclical. I have some debt on credit cards, and I’m constantly being bombarded with programs to grow my business. How can I manage my cash flow over the course of the year, and how do I know if I can take on a new program?
by Wendy Brookhouse
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Last, but certainly not least, is what Jim Meek is saying

Don't bet the farm

In a fragile resource economy, public policy counts. For inspiration, let’s look at the Nordic countries and Quebec
by Jim Meek