Maritime Business Ethics Awards Winners Announced

November 02, 2011

On Tuesday, November 1, 2011, BBB Serving The Atlantic Provinces held its 7th Annual Maritime Business Ethics Awards at the World Trade Centre in Halifax.

Over 300 guests attended the event with local businesses, to network and hear about the nominees and winners of the ethics awards.

The Maritime Business Ethics Award was created to recognize and honor organizations in the Maritimes that demonstrate ethical business practices.

Retired Maritime Noon host Costas Halavrezos emceed the event and announced the winners of the awards.  BBB President and CEO, Don MacKinnon and CEO of CJM Solutions+, Chris Matthews congratulated the five winners.

The event would not be possible without the support of our valued sponsors: CJM Solutions+, Johnson Insurance Inc, Sobey School of Business, Scotiabank, Stewart McKelvey, Advanced Systems, Think Imaging, AML Communications, your Rogers authorized dealer, Eastlink and the Chronicle Herald. And the winners are:

Non-Profit Category

Homebridge Youth Society of Dartmouth
HomeBridge Youth Society is a non-profit, Canadian registered charity delivering high quality residential, therapeutic and educational service to youth at-risk across the province of Nova Scotia since 1979.HomeBridge operates six residential care facilities and a school in the Halifax Regional Municipality, which employs 130 people.  The organization serves over 140 youth annually who are between the ages of 12 and 18 and in the care of the Minister of Community Services.  The organization works under a vision of “All youth and their families living in health, safety and harmony”.

Under 15 Employees Category

Lean Machine of Moncton
Food isn’t only our passion, it’s our business. Lean Machine was established to educate, engage and energize a new generation of Canadians.

16-50 Employees Category

Templeton Properties of Halifax
With over 35 years of experience, Templeton Properties is still a local family owned and operated Development & Apartment owner/management company. Our bold and exciting developments; such as The Harwick, and the Fenwick Tower Re-development have not only changed the local street scape but will soon change the Halifax skyline as well. 

51-100 Employees Category

Edmonds Landscape & Construction Services Limited of Halifax
We have learned that the key to stability and profitability over time, is staying true to what we know; and,  with Gods grace, striving to take this expertise to the highest level possible for us.

Over 100 Employees Category

Maritime Paper Products of Dartmouth
Maritime Paper Products Limited is a manufacturer of corrugated packaging. It was established in 1931 to service the needs of other local manufacturers and producers. It has grown over the years to four facilities in Atlantic Canada and with a highly skilled staff, now servicing an international client base.

Congratulations to all the nominees and winners.