Established in 1981, Rainbow International offers restoration services to residential, commercial and industrial properties that have experienced fire, water, smoke and environmental damages, as well as mold removal. Its Markham location is one of over 1,500 international franchisees in ten countries.
Hiring multi-language speaking staff, creating real time interpretation apps, as well as launching an ethnic bank to serve primarily immigrants, Canadian banking business operators are becoming fiercely competitive to woo business from immigrants.
Regional Council has developed a set of priorities to help us sustain our growing communities in York Region. Our decisions are based on input and ideas from our constituents; students, families, workers and seniors.
The second Stand Out! Conference hosted by the Young Professionals and Entrepreneurs (“YPE”) division of RHMCBA on November 19, 2016 aimed to provide attendees with valuable insights into the workplace and the business world, as well as practical tips and suggestions to foster success in existing careers or positions, or in a search for a new job or position.
Started off as a realtor and then turned into a developer, Alex Leung has literally expanded the way he looks at real estate business.
Ranked as one of the top four municipalities in Canada by the Conference Board of Canada, a leading, independent, not-for-profit applied research organization, Richmond Hill is home to 206,850 residents and growing. Located in the heart of the Greater Toronto Area, Richmond Hill business owners are proud to build and grow their business here.
Markham Stouffville Hospital (MSH) is a progressive community hospital with leading diagnostic services and clinical programs serving Markham and Stouffville. MSH recently added over 385,000 square feet to the facility, allowing the hospital to continue to meet the needs of its growing communities.
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A 14-day action-packed business mission to China organised last November by the Confederation of the Greater Toronto Chinese Business Association (CGTCBA) was hailed as a “big success” by Ben Leung, one of the mission’s co-chairs.
Owned by three municipalities, the relatively young energy company called PowerStream has seen a decade of excellence and innovation. It is now poised to enter the broader service landscape and thus join to become the largest municipally-owned energy company in Ontario.