Thunder Bay engineers lead Chamber awards night.
The local firm shared the Commitment to Quality Award with Union Gas, then won the Business Excellence Award in the large company categories (40-plus employees).
The Business Excellence Award for small companies (1-9 employees) went to MEDI chair while Michael's Hair Design and Day Spa grabbed the medium company category award (10-39 employees).
The Business Excellence Award for not-for-profit organizations went to Community Living Thunder Bay.
The New Business Excellence Award was presented to The Whole Nine Yards while Newcap Radio and Barewood Furniture grabbed the Ambassador Award and Looking Good Award respectively.
Thunder Bay Public Library won the Quality of Life Award with Confederation College receiving the Environmental Stewardship Award.
Local lawyer and community volunteer Jim Johnson was given the Charles J. Carter Award of Excellence.
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|Title Annotation:||IN BRIEF|
|Publication:||Northern Ontario Business|
|Date:||May 1, 2008|
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