Since 1951, Gorman Bros. Lumber, the founding company of the Gorman Group, with headquarters in West Kelowna, B.C., has been recognized for the highest quality lumber products, responsible forest management, and connection with community.
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We take an unblinking look at the challenges and opportunities women face in the natural resource sector from a Canadian perspective. It’s been a long, long road for women, but one that’s worth the journey.
AV Group CanadaFrom Forest to Fashion
If you’re wearing apparel that drapes and flows beautifully, with a luxurious silk-like sheen and bearing a label from any number of popular international brands, you may be surprised to learn it began life in a forest in New Brunswick, sustainably managed by AV Group, and processed in a dissolving-grade pulp mill, also owned by the AV Group.
LeeWay MarineWhat Lies Beneath
Ocean technology testing and research, hydrographic surveying, naval support training, science expeditions, and sensor and data management are all part of LeeWay Marine’s portfolio of services. When your work takes you to the ocean, LeeWay Marine is there already.
The Smart Energy Company™Sustainable Energy Wherever There's a Little Sun
The Smart Energy Company™, New Brunswick’s first utility-scale solar developer, proudly announces the NOREASTER, specifically designed for cold harsh climates where energy is needed most…
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MidNite Solar’s product launch in September to January is set to shake up the U.S. alternative energy industry. Even better, the Barcelona and Hawke’s Bay charge controllers, the Rosie inverter, and the unique B17 modular inverter are made right here by Americans, in Arlington, WA.
Newfoundland Aquaculture Industry Association (NAIA)Thanks to Aquaculture, the Future is Bright for Newfoundland
In this feature we look at how aquaculture has revitalized Newfoundland’s economy and at the same time is addressing global issues of food security while, through near net-zero carbon emissions, the industry is doing its bit to help stem climate change.
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