Meet Our Members

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the Best in the Business

We have Members all across Canada,
and now we're bringing their stories to you.

Canada’s Grocery Store and More

When the Endako Mine closed at the end of 2014, the Village of Fraser Lake lost its biggest employer. About a year later, the only grocery store in the community closed too. With just a convenience store in town, Fraser Lake residents had to drive almost an hour to the nearest supermarket to stock up for the week.

Maggie Gervais

There’s never a dull moment for FBC Member Maggie Gervais. Gervais lives in McLennan, Alberta and volunteers for more than 7 organizations in her community while working part-time at Canada Post. She recently retired from a full-time position at the Government of Alberta, but that hasn’t slowed her down – she volunteers even more of her time.

Duke Sewer Service

By the time Matthew Clayton was 25 years old, he was self-employed as a rental property owner and owned up to 20 houses in Regina, Sask. He already possessed the entrepreneurial spirit and work ethic that would help him start and run the successful company he still owns today – Duke Sewer Service Inc.

Home Style Electric

In 2008, Jamie Myatt was working in the oil patch as an electrician when the economy took a downturn. When he came back home to Dartmouth, he found a job as a journeyman for a local company. But it wasn’t long before he felt unfulfilled in his role and decided to make the leap into running his own business.

Ace of Spades Landscaping

For more than a decade, Marty Hammond worked for landscaping companies in Niagara Falls before deciding to strike out on his own. He wanted to provide superior service to customers and focus on quality over quantity.