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Business News for Vancouver Island

Business Examiner Vancouver Island newspaper/magazine is a monthly digest for local business news and information from the Cowichan Valley to Port Hardy and an essential resource for business owners, managers and entrepreneurs who need to be in the know. Our monthly publication highlights important developments, business leaders, local companies and their accomplishments and offers educational pieces specific to the region.

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April 2018

April 2018

In this Issue...

  • Nori Sushi Restaurant Is On A Roll
  • 54 Buildings From Malahat To Port Hardy Up For Honours At April 19 Gala
  • Innovation and Determination the Key to Success for Nicon Developments
  • Barkley Project Group has Been Involved in More than 60 Projects Since 2003
  • Feature on BOATING AND MARINE

March 2018

March 2018

In this Issue...

  • Cumberland Crate Company: A Modern Take On A Classic Product
  • Pemberton Holmes Opens New Real Estate Office In Courtenay
  • Arbutus Dental Clinic in Patient Centric and Technolically Driven
  • Saywell Contracting has Grown by Recognizing Needs in the Marketplace
  • Feature on Professional Services

February 2018

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In this Issue...

  • Dodd’s, Balance Home Cleaning Top BE Awards
  • VIP Auto Shine Holds Rights To RESTORFX System
  • K’awat’si Economic Development Corporation Created With Careful Planning
  • No Project Is Too Big or Too Small For Dalcon Construction

January 2018

January 2018

In this Issue...

  • Polaris Materials Corporation Has Been Producing Aggregates Since 2007
  • Nanaimo Engineering Practice Helped Design Chinese Fish Farm
  • Foley Dog Treats Bag Success With Quality
  • M & N Mattress Shop wins BBB Torch Award

December 2017

December 2017

In this Issue...

  • Corfield Takes Helm At Nanaimo Port Authority
  • Royal LePage’s Susan Forrest & Kevin Kittmer Form Successful Partnership
  • Comox Centre Mall, a once dated and half tenanted shopping complex is being rapidly transformed into a major retail and business hub
  • Excalibur Homes wins coveted BBB Torch Award

November 2017

November 2017

In this Issue...

  • Mt Arrowsmith Brewery Drafts a Winner
  • Permanent Facility To Be Set For Popular Chesapeake Shores TV Series
  • Family run Old Town Bakery is a Ladysmith landmark
  • Hartmann & Company spans two continents and three generations

October 2017

October 2017

In this Issue...

  • Young Professionals of Nanaimo Play Roles In Various Local Community Efforts
  • Coast Salish Development Corporation Division A Winner
  • The creation of effective systems is a large part of Lanson's Drywall success
  • Grieg Seafoods is an industry leader

September 2017

September 2017

In this Issue...

  • Hungry Shark Proves No Match For Robotic Camera System
  • Chief Louie: Economic Development Brings Opportunity To First Nations
  • Island Health’s North Island hospitals project revolutionizing health care
  • ‘Good enough’ – simply doesn’t exist in the vocabulary of custom home builder Jim Zsiros
  • Focus on Meeting & Events

August 2017

August 2017

In this Issue...

  • Atlas Manufacturing Acquires Rights To Weldco Product Line
  • Second Running Of Business PitchFest Set For September 28
  • Harris Parksville Chevrolet Buick GMC is the only dealership on Vancouver Island approved for General Motors’ Elite program
  • Three generations of Halsalls Make Ajac’s Equipment sales and service a success
  • Focus on Airports

July 2017

July 2017

In this Issue...

  • The Cutting Edge of Adventure Tourism
  • Ladysmith’s Largest Residential Subdivision Underway
  • Fast Time Grand Prix offers Nascart racing on a half kilometre outdoor facility with a 35-turn road course
  • Island Equipment carries anything from lawn and garden items to earthmoving equipment and man lifts
  • Focus on Automotive