Interviews from the 2006 VenturePrize Business Plan Competition,, with Grand Prize winner Leading Edge Technology Inc, as well as finalists Paramagnus Developments Inc and Collaborative Learning Network, along with EEDC President Allan Scott.
Biologists Brad and Brandy Downey enlist ranchers to help save species at risk in the Milk River Basin.
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ITEM:1TITLE: Chris LaBossiere and Don Riep, Leading Edge Technologies Inc, Edmonton
SUBJECT: #197 VenturePrize: Grand Prize Winners
SYNOPSIS: The jury’s finally in on this year’s Grand Prize winner in the VenturePrize Business Plan Competition. And Leading Edge Technology Inc. > takes home the big cheque for its new online exam software called ProExams dot com.
ITEM:2TITLE: Mack Male, President and CEO and Dickson Wong, VP Software Development, Paramagnus Developments Inc
SUBJECT: #197 VenturePrize: Podcasting with Paramagnus
ITEM:3TITLE: Ken McDonald, President and CEO, Collaborative Learning Network
SUBJECT: #197 VenturePrize: Collaborative Learning Network
ITEM:4TITLE: Allan Scott, President, Edmonton Economic Development Corporation
SUBJECT: #197 VenturePrize
ITEM:5TITLE: Brad Downey, Wildlife Technician, Alberta Conservation Association and Brandy Downey, Wildlife Biologist, Alberta Sustainable Resource Development, Lethbridge
SUBJECT: #197 MultiSAR: Saving Species at Risk
SYNOPSIS: Southern Alberta is home to the greatest number of species at risk. A program delivered by the Alberta Conservation Association called MultiSAR helps turn ranch owners into conservationists to save animals like the burrowing owl and short horn lizard.