MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - July 4, 2012) - George Media Inc. is pleased to announce the July issue of The Canadian Business Journal (CBJ) is now available online at http://www.cbj.ca/EMAG/2012/July/CBJ.php.
This edition includes an exclusive with Michael Burt, Director, Industrial Economic Trends at The Conference Board of Canada regarding the nation's all-important forestry and lumber sectors. CBJ also conducted an interview with New Brunswick Forest Products Association President and CEO Mark Arsenault about the importance of this industry not only for his province but the entire Atlantic region.
As Canada moves further along the digital highway, we get an inside look at what the major players are doing in the telecom industry, spearheaded by a speech from Minister of Industry Christian Paradis, who also took time to speak with reporters at the Canadian Telecom Summit about the upcoming spectrum auction next year. Other notables at the forefront of this topic are former New Brunswick Premier Bernard Lord, head of CWTA, Kevin Crull, president of Bell Media and Anthony Lacavera, CEO of Wind Mobile.
A dynamic speech and media follow-up by Enbridge President Al Monaco at the Toronto Board of Trade had him discussing the topic of global energy concerns and the status of the Northern Gateway pipeline. Meanwhile, Tina Kremmidas asks the question "Is Canada Suffering from Dutch Disease?" American Express Canada has been in business since 1853; its president and CEO Howard Grosfield gives the rundown on why the company has managed to remain on top for so long. There is all of that and much more.
About The Canadian Business Journal
As the cornerstone online publication of George Media Inc., The Canadian Business Journal is read by thousands of Canadian executives nationwide. CBJ offers readers a first-hand look at major Canadian industries including: automotive, construction, energy, finance, food & beverage, forestry, healthcare, human resources, manufacturing, natural resources, products & services, technology, transportation and much more, through our comprehensive Business in Action profiles of many successful Canadian enterprises.
George Media Inc. is proud to promote Canadian business nationally and to the world. For more information, visit our website at www.cbj.ca.