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Frank Barry says he works for a company that is more than just a retailer – it’s a Canadian icon. “There’s a great sense of loyalty among Canadians toward Canadian Tire,” he says. “I sometimes say, in jest, that there are three things that define and identify us in Canada: hockey, Tim Hortons [coffee shops] and Canadian Tire.”

Even though Heather Neff is honored to be the first female CEO of Waveny Care Network, a senior healthcare services provider based in New Canaan, Conn., she prefers not to focus on the subject of gender. “I tend to just focus on being a good critical thinker and always making sure my ideas are well thought out so I can bring value to the situation,” she explains.

The leasing agents for TransGlobe Apartment Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) drive around their Canadian markets in royal-blue smart cars that have giant keys on the roof. At first look, this may seem like a marketing tactic, promoting the brand’s apartments to potential occupants. However, it also could be a nod to investors, stressing that the newly public TransGlobe is an attractive investment for those looking for strong returns.

Nancy Czesak’s advice for women entering construction or other traditionally male-dominated industries is straightforward. “I guess you have to realize you’ll never be `one of the guys,’ and that’s OK,” says Czesak, first vice president of New York City-headquartered Tishman Construction. “Just be yourself, don’t be afraid to ask questions and have a very good sense of humor.”

In 1927, a group of farmers in the Blumenort area of Manitoba pooled their money and acquired a railway car of oil, split it among themselves and distributed the rest to their neighbors. This set in motion a series of events that would create a ripple effect in southeast Manitoba. 

Parago President and CEO Juli Spottiswood says the company didn’t intend to become a leader and innovator in its industry – because when it was started it wasn’t even in that industry. The company’s decision to switch gears helped make it one of the few survivors of the dot-com bubble of the 1990s, and allowed it to settle into a niche where it currently holds a strong position as one of the most successful and forward-thinking firms in its sector. 

For the men and women who work in the oil and gas exploration, mining and forestry industries, “the office” often is hundreds of miles away from where they call home. Once they get there, there are rarely any five-star hotels nearby, either. That’s where Northgate Industries comes in.

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