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It’s hard not to feel good about the future of the ground water industry after talking with 10 young people who work hard and love what they do.
It’s hard not to feel good about the future of the ground water industry after talking with 10 young people who work hard and love what they do.
It’s hard not to feel good about the future of the ground water industry after talking with 10 young people who work hard and love what they do.
My visit to Hub Well Drilling Ltd. on a rainy September morning near Truro, N.S., begins with a tour around the business office, shop and storeroom, and a lively chat with owner and operator Brian Johnson.
It’s hard not to feel good about the future of the ground water industry after talking with 10 young people who work hard and love what they do.
It’s hard not to feel good about the future of the ground water industry after talking with 10 young people who work hard and love what they do.
It’s hard not to feel good about the future of the ground water industry after talking with 10 young people who work hard and love what they do.
It’s hard not to feel good about the future of the ground water industry after talking with 10 young people who work hard and love what they do.
It’s hard not to feel good about the future of the ground water industry after talking with 10 young people who work hard and love what they do.
It’s hard not to feel good about the future of the ground water industry after talking with 10 young people who work hard and love what they do.
Not many people can say they have drilled in every province in Canada over more than 70 years, yet that was the case with Lewis Hopper.
When Ground Water Canada talked with Friesen Drillers in 2003, it became clear the Manitoba company was rooted in innovation and a strong work ethic, and growing – even after 100-plus years.
The motto of Blaine Matuga’s company, Central Interior Pumps of Kamloops, B.C., really says it all: “We’re protectors of ground water.”
Paul Conrad has built his business – and his life – around a simple concept: treat others the way you want to be treated and that good will come back to you. It’s a karmic perspective that influences everything he does, from the wells he drills and the service he offers, to how sees his role in the protection of ground water, and how he works with other businesses and people in his community.
Started by his father, Maurice, in 1964 under his own name, it quickly became M&M Drilling Rivers Ltd. (not to be confused with M&M Drilling of Alberta).
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