October 2019 – Making Waves

With a mission to inform, empower, celebrate and advocate for British Columbia's current and aspiring business leaders, BCBusiness go behind the headlines and bring readers face to face with the key issues and people driving business in B.C.

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V O L U M E 4 7 N U M B E R 8 OCTOBER 2019 BCBUSINESS 5 "It's all part of my journey into what I'm doing now to see all those people as peo- ple. I didn't sit in judgment of them. They were all just people that I knew, and they were all nice, and they were friendly" –p.27 COVER AND ABOVE: ADAM BLASBERG; BOTTOM RIGHT: COURTESY OF THE GREEN PARTY OF CANADA ( contents ) 54 Down to Earth With an election looming, federal Green Party Leader Elizabeth May has a jobs- friendly plan to combat climate change. But will the B.C. MP's blueprint work? by Felicity Stone Entrepreneur Of The Year The EOY competition has always set a high bar for business smarts in this province, and the 2019 finalists don't disappoint. Get to know the 43 people and 31 companies deemed worthy of recognition by Ernst & Young and its panel of judges– including the Pacific Region winner by Nathan Caddell, Dee Hon, Felicity Stone and Jessica Natale Woollard 27 THREE OF THE BEST (From left) EOY con- tenders Kristi Miller, Peter van Stolk and Tara Bosch

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