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Canada’s economic influence is expanding. With this growing influence comes the opportunity to succeed in new markets at home and abroad. Along with national partners helping to boost Canada’s dominance on the world stage, Canadian Industry Online (CIO) is committed to connecting Canadians who are the best and brightest in business. The magazine is published every month, and showcases the innovative business practices, histories, and strategies that make up one of the world’s strongest economies. As a digital publication, we have the opportunity to make our company platform work for you—let us help you share your business success.

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There aren’t many technology companies in the world that can claim 100 years in business, much less achieve global success and household recognition like IBM has.

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The year 1929 was one of change, where technological advancements in all industries and sectors, and in the way people lived, were rapidly evolving. The world was more connected than ever before, and this evolution towards connectivity was just beginning.

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TransLink manages buses, rapid transit, commuter rail, SeaBus, the major road network (approximately 600 km) and five bridges in Metro Vancouver, and is Metro Vancouver's regional transportation authority. TransLink is responsible for regional transit, cycling and commuting options as well as Intelligent Transportation System programs and services are delivered through our operating companies. - view here


In 1965, 17-year-old Fred DeLuca dreamt of being a doctor. In order to pay for his education, he knew he would need to work. This led the entrepreneurial DeLuca to open a sandwich shop, with a loan of $1,000 from a friend.

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With Canadian transportation being at the pinnacle of development, CIO recently had the opportunity to connect with Phil Verster, CEO of Metrolinx, to discuss how Metrolinx is moving people forward. The initial iteration of a long-term strategic plan, The Big Move strategy started an innovative approach by Metrolinx to plan for the future of GTA transportation infrastructure.

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When Vancouver International Airport (YVR) opened in 1931, traffic was impressive for the time with 1,072 passengers travelling through the airport’s gates. Since then, as Canada has become one of the most important economic players in the world, so too has YVR grown—welcoming over 24 million passengers through its gates in 2017.

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