Innovation is what separates companies from the pack and helps them to continue to prosper in a climate of competition. British Columbia is filled with companies that are continuing to evolve and take the lead in their fields, bringing the world products, systems, and procedures designed to meet the needs of industry, government, and the individual consumer. Below are some British Columbia companies that are on the cutting edge of their field.
Labour Day — it’s responsible for an extra day off of work, it’s the last long weekend of the summer, and it’s a last chance for barbecues and camping trips before the school year begins again. But do you know why we really celebrate Labour Day in Canada?
Ontario is the most populous province in Canada, with a population of more than 14 million people. While thousands of visitors explore large cities such as Toronto and Ottawa and travel to famous attractions such as Niagara Falls, the province also offers an incredible variety of places to see and activities to do that are off the beaten path. When you want to explore the places tourists rarely visit, check out a few of the following attractions in Ontario.
Southern British Columbia is packed with things to do. The landscape alone makes for a great road trip. There’s the natural beauty with oceans, mountains, and forests juxtaposed with buzzing city life. If you’re keen to venture off the beaten track and experience Southern BC as a local rather than a tourist, here are few must-sees to add to your itinerary.
123Dentist was proud to sponsor a Day of Meals at Union Gospel Mission in downtown Vancouver on August 16, 2019.
In addition to paying the cost of the meals, teams of volunteers from 123Dentist member clinics volunteered their time to work UGM’s frontlines, preparing, cooking, and serving meals to hundreds of people struggling with poverty, homelessness, and addiction.
Planning a family vacation can be exciting. You are excited to take off work and spend some quality time with the kids while creating the memories that will stay with them for a lifetime. But if you are on a strict budget, it may seem a little challenging. The good news is, no matter what your budget, you can find many affordable vacation destinations in British Columbia.
As the most populous province in Canada, Ontario is home to various attractions for travellers with a variety of budgets. If you’re looking for a fun getaway, but you want to stay within your travel budget, consider planning a trip to one of the following affordable vacation destinations in Ontario.
On July 1, Canadians across the country will put on their best red and white clothes and head out for a fun day of eating Canadian food, enjoying classic Canadian festivities, and celebrating Canada Day. If you’ve wondered how Canada Day originated and how people across the country celebrate it, read more below to discover everything you need to know about Canada Day celebrations.
When the Canadian government convinced British Columbia to join the Confederation of the Dominion of Canada in 1871, the nation stretched from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean. It soon became clear that Canada would need a robust transportation system to serve the nation. While the transcontinental railroad was the first part of this transportation network, the Trans-Canada Highway further promoted transcontinental transportation.
Learn more about when the Trans-Canada Highway was built, how long construction took, and the impact the highway had on communities across the country.