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For Tony Wyszkowski, general manager at Parker Canada division, consolidating two divisions – Fluid Connectors Canada and Motion and Control Canada – was all about the customer. “It all comes down to whether you’re better able to satisfy the customer requirements,” he declares. “What does the customer need, and what do you need to do within your organization to eliminate the roadblocks that are stopping you from effectively servicing the customer?”

Leeds Transit partner and General Manager Ron Stenzl says there’s a difference between his company and other bus dealerships in North America. It’s not in the products it offers or the markets it serves, but rather the attitude one would find in its employees. With a corporate culture built around a sense of family and cooperation, it’s no wonder that Leeds Transit has grown into one of the largest bus dealerships in North America. 

Toronto is still a major metropolis that is trying to determine where it fits in among the world’s elite cities. Developments like The Hazelton Hotel, the first five-star hotel in Toronto, will only bring it closer to the cosmopolitan urban setting it aims to be.

Handling Specialty, an engineered specialty handling equipment manufacturer, promotes itself as operating in a prototype equipment niche, but actually, the Grimsby, Ontario-based company is quite diversified, President Tom Beach says. It makes handling equipment for the automotive, aerospace and defense, entertainment, transportation and advanced manufacturing industries.

If there is an image that embodies the environment, it might be our green forests, with their tall, mighty trees. FPInnovations strives to sustain those environments, as its members derive products from them.

How best to develop city-owned real estate assets while keeping costs in check is something the public and private sectors have always struggled to balance. The City of Toronto is taking a novel approach to the matter by partnering with Build Toronto, an independent real estate and development corporation, to generate profit and growth for the municipal government by maximizing the value of the City’s surplus property. 

Lana Doke had been a consultant to Airline Hotels & Resorts Ltd. for a number of years when the company needed a new COO and asked her to consider the position. Before becoming a consultant, Doke had spent many years working at large corporations, and although she had been successful in those positions, an impersonal corporate culture was no longer attractive to her or her family. Lucky for her, she explains, that type of atmosphere was not what Airline was offering.

Chatters Canada Ltd. is Canada’s leader in the professional beauty industry, with more than 100 locations throughout the country and more on the way. COO Cory Anderson explains that the hair salon and beauty retail franchise came about because its founder recognized a niche that needed to be filled. Ken Fisher started Chatters after owning a few salons and noticing that most salons didn’t provide as much as they could. 

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