Canada’s Best Managed Companies


How to prioritize diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace

The leading companies in the country know the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion, and it goes beyond simply checking a box or filling a quota

Focusing on employee mental wellness helps companies thrive

How Canada’s leading companies are proving that taking care of employees’ mental health means more success in the marketplace

How Summer Fresh Salads became a grocery store staple

For nearly three decades the company, which sells hummus, baba ghanouj and more, has been anchored by CEO Susan Niczowski’s passion for food

How Canadian firm PointClickCare revolutionized the long-term care industry

Nursing homes and long-term care facilities were not known as hotbeds of tech innovation. This Canadian company changed an entire industry’s mindset.

How GoodLife Fitness went from a single club in London, Ont. to 400 across Canada

GoodLife built its business thanks to its focus on reputation—and lots and lots of data

How Fountain Tire maintains its legacy without sacrificing innovation

The company maintains the spirit of its founder through town halls and Free Fruit Fridays. But its ownership model shows it isn’t stuck in the past.

How the acquisition of Grocery Gateway prepared Longo’s to compete in the digital age

But it’s the grocery chain’s old-fashioned values that underpin its success
Workers pick and process blueberries

How a Canadian company that started before Confederation stays nimble

A century and a half saw B.C.-based produce distribution company, Oppenheimer Group, steadily expand. Here’s how they adapted over the years.

How a small Toronto firm ended up designing the CN Tower

WZMH Architects competes with global giants—and designs hotels in Egypt and high-tech labs along the way
Acadian Seaplants

How Acadian Seaplants became a global leader in seaweed

From a young age, Jean-Paul Deveau was fascinated by seaweed. That interest has created a multinational manufacturing empire