Participating Workplaces

Who’s participating in Bike to Work Week? The most progressive, green, health-conscious companies and schools in Metro Vancouver, of course!

All of these workplaces have signed up and logged commutes with Bike to Work. The more people signed up, the larger the listing.

Registered, but can’t find your organization? Log a commute and your company will appear!

Abbotsford
Abbotsford Tool Centre
ABC
Accenture at Best Buy
Ace Cycle Shop
ACME LABS
Adler School of Professional Psychology
ADP
AeroInfo, A Boeing Company
Affinity Bridge
AIDS Vancouver
Alti-tech Engineering
Amec Earth %26 Environmental
AMSSA
Andritz Automation
Angiotech
Anglican Synod office
Aon Reed Stenhouse/Consulting
arbutus club
ARCTERYX Equipment Inc.
art institute of vancouver
Association of Book Publishers of BC
Ballistic Arts Media Studios Inc.
barber prosthetics clinic
BC Ambulance
BC Assessment
BC Cancer Foundation Special Events
BC Children’s Hospital
BC Coalition of People with Disabilities
BC Co-operative Association
BC Dental Association
BC Government and Service Employees’ Union
BC Ministry of Health Services
BC Ministry of Transportation %26 Infrastructure
BC Public Interest Advocacy Centre
BC Securities Commssion
BC Women’s Hospital
BCIT
BC-NDP Community Staff
bcrtc
Beaty Biodiversity Museum
Benjamin and Moore
BFL Canada
Big Fish Games
Big Lou’s Butcher Shop
Bike to Work BC
biker
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
Blast Radius
Blenheim Lodge
BLJC
Blue Castle Games
blueflash
Bodwell High School
BOMA
Bombardier Transportation
Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine
British Columbia Lung Association
Brooke
Brookfield Asset Management
Building Balance Consulting Inc.
BuiltSpace Technologies
burnaby school district – heights     Canada Department of Justice     Smoking Gun Interactive Inc.
Burnaby School District Cascade Heights
Burnaby School District Stride
Burrard Inlet Environmental Action Programme
By Nature Design
Caelie Frampton
Caffe Artigiano
Canada Border Services Agency
Canada Wide Media Ltd
Canadian Coast Guard
Canadian Development Consultants International Inc (CDCI)
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency
Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society – BC Chapter
Canadian Red Cross
Cannon Design Architecture
cantilever and press
Canucks Sports & Entertainment
Capcom Game Studio Vancouver
Capers Whole Foods Market (KITS)
Capers Whole Foods Market (RBS)
Capilano Volkswagen
Cardio Core Bootcamp
Carleton Elementary School
Castle Park
Catalyst Paper
Cengea Solutions
Chemetics
Children’s Festival
Children’s Hospital
Churchill Secondary School
CIC
City of Burnaby
City of Pitt Meadows
City of Richmond
City of Vancouver
Clean Current Power Systems
Clear Business Solutions
Cleveland Elementary
Climate Smart
coast mountain bus compans kitchener street
Coast Mountain Bus Company
cole Panorama Ridge Secondary
College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC
Concord Pacific Group Inc.
Connex
Consumer Taxation Audit Branch
Contech Concrete LTD.
Context Research
CopperLeaf Technologies Inc
Coquitlam Divas/Divos on the Run
Corvus Energy
CPC Poco
Creation Technologies
Credential Financial
Credential Financial & Northwest & Ethical Investments L.P.
Cycling BC
Dance Therapy Clinic
Dave Rush Engineering
David Nairne + Associates Ltd
David Suzuki Foundation
Dayton %26 Knight Ltd.
db pants
DC Complete Financial
Defence Construction Canad
Delta Burnaby Hotel and Conference Center
Delta Controls
Delta Museum and Archives
Delta School Board
deviantART
District of West Vancouver
Dollar Giant
Dr. Richard Harrison
Dubconscious Productions
Earls Head Office
East Side Games
EBA Engineering Consultants Ltd.
Ebay CS Vancouver
Eco-Industrial Solutions
Ecotrust Canada
ELS Language Centers
Emily Carr University
End of the Roll Head office
Environment Canada
Envision Financial
E-One Moli Energy
ESL Tutors
Etalim, Inc
Ethical Bean Coffee
Evasc Medical Systems
Evergreen
exro
Eyford Macaulay Shaw %26 Padmanabhan LLP
Faculty of Education
Fah Queue Inc.
Fairmont Hotel Vancouver
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP
Finning International Inc.
Fluor Canada Ltd.
FM Global
FOOT SOLUTIONS
ForestEthics
Fortinet Technologies (Canada) Inc
FPInnovations
Francl Architecture
Free Geek Vancouver
Freemans Finest Foods
fsd
FullFrame
Gallery Gachet Society
Gener8 Digital Media Corp
General Electric
General Gordon Elementary School
Genome British Columbia
Geography
GFStrong Rehab Centre
Giant Ant
Global Medical Services
GLOBE Foundation
Golder
Golder Associates
Goldtooth
Gomberoff Bell Lyon Architects Group
Graph Tech Guitar Labs
Green ‘n’ Clean
Green Party of BC
Greenlight Innovation
H5M Onshore Design Group
HALLMARK RETIREMENT COMMUNITIES
Halsall Associates Ltd
Harris %26 Company LLP
HASTE
HATCH
Hatfield Consultants
HB Lanarc
Health & home care Society of Bc
Heart and Stoke Foundation of BC and Yukon
Helio Resource Corp
Hemmera
Henry Hudson Elementary
HiVE Vancouver
Home Depot 7047
Horizon Distributors
Horton Berner Fashion Group
Hospital Employees’ Union
Hostway
Hot Tomali Communications
HSSBC
HSSBC Supply Chain Management
Hyack Tire
iCo Therapeutics
IGS
ILM Vancouver
Imperial Parking Canada Corporation
INAC — BC Region
Indel Therapeutics Inc.
INETCO Systems
iNetGlobal
Ingram Micro
Inland Kenworth
Integrated Broadband Services
International Language Academy of Canada
International Royalities
International Triathlon Union
Intrax International Institute
Invoke Media
Jagrup Brar, MLA
Jastram Engineering
JET Equipment & Tools
JKCS
Johnson Media
julio
Kelvin-COS
Kemetco Research
Kensie
Kikara Martial Arts Academy Langley
Killarney Secondary School
KMG Industries
KN
LandQuest Realty
Laura Secord School
Leanne Christie
Leap Creative Group
LEES+Associates
Lift Bar and Grill
Lions Gate Hospital
Lord Roberts Elementary
Lotus Audio
Luckett Wenman %26 Associates
Lush
Mackenzie Financial
Maple Academy
Maple Grove Elementary
Maple Ridge Fire Dept.
Markit Analytics Inc.
Matt Lai
McDonald’s Canada
McKesson Medical Imaging Group
MCW Consultants Ltd.
MDS Nordion
Measured Architecture
Mennonite Educational Institute
Mercer International
Meridian Systems
Michael Smith Laboratories
Ministry of Attorney General
Ministry of Finance
Ministry of Health
Ministry of Transportation %26 Infrastructure *use org. BC Ministry of Transportation & Infrastructure
Minuteman Press
Mira Geoscience
MJM Opticians
MKT Arkle Development Management Inc.
MMM Group
Mobify R%26D Inc.
Modo The Car Co-op
MonkeyMedia Software
More Bike
MOSAIC
Mountain Interactive
Mozilla
MSJ
MTT Innovation
Mustang Survival
Natural Resources Canada
Neptune Bulk Terminals
New Roots
Nexterra Systems Corp.
Nikon Canada Inc
Nomad Business Solutions
Nordion
Norsat International Inc.
North Shore Christmas Bureau
North Vancouver Recreation Commission
North Vancouver School District
Notre Dame Regional Secondary
nutbars
office of mcfarlane biggar architects + designers
Olympic International
Opus DaytonKnight
Opus Framing & Art Supplies
Oracle Canada
Ostara
Ovarian Cancer Canada
Oxford Outcomes
Oxford Properties Group
Pacific Academy
Pacific Arbour Retirement Communities (logging all non-car commutes)
Pacific Gateway INternational College
Pacific Pet Clinic
Paladin Security Group
Paperny Entertainment
Parents on Wheels
Paris Orthotics Limited
Parks Canada
Parsons Brinckerhoff Halsall Inc.
Patkau Architects
PBA Engineering
PD Group
Pearson
Penta Aviation Services
Perceptronix
Perkins+Will
PHS Community Services Society
PHSA Clinical Genetics
PHSA Population and Public Health
Ping Identity
Point Grey Secondary School
Polygon Homes
PopCap Media Inc
Porter Engineering
Pottinger Gaherty Environmental Consultants
POWER Program
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Principle Architecture
Prism Systems
Provent Technologies Corporation
Public Works %26 Government Services Canada
Public Works Anf Government Services Canada
Pulse Energy
QCA Systems
QLT
QLT Inc
QMLP
Qu Biologics Inc.
Raincoast Books
Rainforest Designs Ltd
Ratcliff %26 Company
RBC Royal Bank
Recycling Alternative
Redback Networks
Regent College
Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre
Renaissance Bicycle Company
Rene Kormos
Renfrew Elementary School
Revolution Developments
Richmond Public Library
Ridge Meadows Child Development Centre
RJ Spagnol’s
Robinson Consulting     McNally Aecon Joint Venture
Rockys Reel Systems Inc.
Rogers communications inc
Rolls-Royce Canada Ltd.
ron denessen
Roundhouse Riders
S.U.C.C.E.S.S.
Safe Software Inc
Sage
SAP Vancouver
Saul Good Gift Co.
SC – Strategic Services – Vancouver
School District #36
School of Community and Regional Planning
SCI Solutions Network
science world
Seashells pool and Spa
Seaspan Marine Corporation
SeaStar Solutions
Semperviva
Service Canada Labour Market Social Development Programs
Service Canada LMSDP
SES Consulting Inc.
seymour school
SFU (please register under Simon Fraser University)
SFU Vancouver
Shaw CableSystems G.P.
Shawn Stevenson Contracting
Shift Urban Cargo Delivery
Sierra Systems
Simon Fraser University
Simply Computing
Sir James Douglas Elementary School
SLR Consulting (Canada) Ltd.
Smart Fit
SNC Lavalin
SNC Lavaln Environment
Society for Children and Youth of BC
Solguard Financial Ltd.
southlands farm
SpaUtopia
Spectra Energy Transmission
Spek Enterprises
St. Paul’s Hospital
Stargate Connections Inc.
StatMathComp Consulting by Schwarz, Inc
Sturt Olson Dominion
Sugoi
Surrey Christian School
Surrey Memorial Hospital OR
Surrey Sports and Rehabiiltation
Sweet Tooth Cakery
Synergy Environmental Strategies
Synovate
TBA Global
TD
team tashi
Team Tea Monkeys
Technology Resource Inc.
TECO Natural Resource Group
Tenth Ave. Church
Tentnology
Teradici Corporation
Terrane Metals
Thales
The 1404
The Eatery
The Exchange
The Fairmont Waterfront
The Jibe Multimedia
The Vancouver Folk Music Festival
The Vancouver Trolley Co.
Theatre Under The Stars
Three Bridges Community Health Centre
Tillicum Annex
Today’s Money
Township of Langley
Trafalgar Elementary
TransLink
Transport Canada
Tri-M Systems %26 Engineeering
TRIUMF
TSO Logic
TU Group
Tyson Elementary School
UBC Centre for Teach, Learning and Technology
UBC Housestaff
UBC PDCE
UBC Sustainability Initiative
Ultrasonix
Underwriters Insurance Agency
Union of BC Indian Chiefs
Unisys
United Front Games
Upper Lynn Elementary
Urban Impact Recycling Ltd.
Vancity
Vancouver Art Gallery
vancouver civic theatres
Vancouver Community College
Vancouver Convention Centre
vancouver fire department
Vancouver General Hospital
Vancouver International
Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle Downtown Hotel
Vancouver Montessori School
Veresen Inc
Verrus
Vesta office
Veterans Affairs Canada
vgh
VIA Motors
Viscount Systems Inc.
Visier
VPD
VSM @ Metrotower 3
VSWP
Watson Goepel Maledy LLP
Weatherhaven
Westcove Construction
Western Institute for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Westwood BC Signature Liquor Store
Wickaninnish Gallery
Wind and Tide Kindergarten
Windermere Secondary School
wisdomcollective.ca
Work at Play
Workers’ Compensation Appeal Tribunal
WorleyParsons
WOW Ventures
Yellow Cabs
Yeung Co.
YVR Airport

Workplace Awards

Awards are given to organizations who achieve the best performance in the following categories:

  • Most trips cycled and logged (by organization category)
  • Most trips cycled and logged (by organization size)

Be a Bike Friendly Workplace

Biking to work is good for employees, good for employers, and good for the planet.

Employees who cycle to work are healthier, more productive, take fewer sick days and are less likely to change jobs. Cycling to work is cost efficient for both employees and employers, reduces the need for workplace (car) parking and allows employees to reduce their carbon footprint. And it’s fun!

HUB: Your Cycling Connection offers on-site Bike-friendly Workplace Workshops adaptable to the unique demands of your workplace. ”

Is your organization looking to support cycling improvements in Metro Vancouver in a broader way?

Let them know they can become a HUB corporate member. Membership comes with the pride of knowing your company is making our community a more liveable place, as well as great benefits like discounted workplace workshops, bike racks, and more!

Another way to show your support is to join Business for Bikes.

Use these tips to make the business case for supporting cycling to help bring decision makers and resources onboard. Employers – here is a great guide to getting your workplace on bike.

What makes a workplace a Bike-friendly Workplace?

  • a network for commuter cyclists to provide encouragement and support to other cyclists, especially new ones
  • good end-of-trip facilities for cyclists, such as secure bike parking, showers and changing facilities
  • access for employees to bike safety training
  • a more relaxed, cyclist-friendly dress code
  • access to a company bike for use on work-related travel during the day
  • incentives for cycling (such as mileage for commuting and/or for bike trips on work-related business)
  • access to a company car for business-related trips during the day that are too long to cycle
  • access to Ride Home Insurance
  • encouragement to use bikes or bike couriers for deliveries to and from the workplace when possible
  • encouragement to actively participate in events that celebrate cycling culture, such as Bike to Work Week.

HUB can assist you to become a more bike friendly workplace in one easy step- book us for a Bikeability Assessment. We will assess your building and/or workplace for its bikeability and provide you with concrete recommendations and resources for improvement. In addition, the assessment and a minimum entry of a bike rack at your workplace entitles you to entry into our Bikeability Awards competition.

For more tips, check out the City of Toronto’s Tips on Integrating Cycling into Your Workplace, and Guide to Setting up a Bicycle Users’ Group at your workplace.

Ever wondered about the economic benefits of increased cycling for transportation? The City of Toronto has quantified it:

Cycling saves on long-term costs of smog, healthcare, traffic congestion, per capita road expenditures, climate change, and acid rain.

Individuals save between $5,700 and $8,700 – more for those who forego the purchase of a new car – by commuting by bicycle instead of by car.

The average car-operating cost in Canada is estimated at between $6,000 and $9,000 per year ($15,000 for the first four years of owning a new, full-sized car).

Congestion costs $1 billion each year in Toronto.

The presence of heavy traffic in Paris is thought to be responsible for an aggregate loss of $20 billion in property values up to 1995.

In auto-dependent US cities, per capita road expenditure is $264. Less dependent European cities spend $135, while some Asian cities spend as little as $88

Who’s Winning

Bike to Work Week Spring 2012 Results

Congratulations to all workplaces that participated in Bike to Work Week!  The winning teams are…(drum roll, please):

Best in Category (by # trips): 

  • Business: Sugoi (who beat Tetra Tech by just one trip!)
  • Non-profit: Science World
  • School: Killarney Secondary School
  • Further/Higher Education: University of British Columbia
  • Health: Centre for Hip Health and Mobility
  • Government: City of Vancouver
  • Other: BC Hydro (not Environment Canada as previously listed)

Best Bike to Work Workplaces (by # trips):

  • Organization Size 1-10: Bruce Carscadden Architect
  • Organization Size 11-25: Zaber Technologies
  • Organization Size 26-100: WorleyParsons
  • Organization Size 101-1000: Tetra Tech
  • Organization Size 1001+: University of British Columbia (not City of Vancouver as previously listed, who were bested by UBC by just 4 trips!)

Bike to Work Week Fall 2011 Results

Congratulations to all workplaces that participated in Bike to Work Week!  The winning teams are:
Best in Category (by # trips): 

  • Business: Arc’teryx
  • Non-profit: View Court Housing Co-op
  • School: Hamber Secondary
  • Further/Higher Education: UBC
  • Health: Centre for Hip Health and Mobility
  • Government: City of Vancouver
  • Other: Vancouver Public Library

Best Bike to Work Workplaces (by # trips):

  • Organization Size 1-10: Bruce Carscadden Architect
  • Organization Size 11-25: Zaber Technologies
  • Organization Size 26-100: Centre for Hip Health and Mobility
  • Organization Size 101-1000: Vancouver Public Library
  • Organization Size 1001+: University of British Columbia

Best In Category (# trips): BTWW Spring 2011

Best in Business: SAP

Best in Non-Profit: BikeShare BC

Best in Schools: Hamber Secondary

Best in Higher Education: University of British Columbia

Best in Health: Vancouver Coastal Health

Best in Government: City of Vancouver

Spring 2010 Bike to Work Week Winners

INDIVIDUAL WINNERS

to find the list of individual winners for the event.

WINNING ORGANIZATIONS

June 2010 was a great month for Bike to Work. We brought out hundreds of new commuter cyclists and had a huge impact on personal and environmental health.

BtWW Spring 2010
Commuter Stations 51
Registered Participants 4,564
Registered Workplace Teams 954
Registered New Commuter Cyclists 739
Number of commutes logged 17,669
Carbon Dioxide Savings 32,651kg
Distance Cycled 173,776km

2010 Team Results

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FOLLOWING TEAMS WHO WON FOR HIGHEST NUMBER OF COMMUTES LOGGED, MOST KMS TRAVELLED, AND HIGHEST PARTICIPATION BY NUMBER OF TEAM MEMBERS

Size Category 1-10:

Number of Commutes Kms Travelled Number of Participants
Bruce Carscadden Architects – 82 Form 3 Design Inc. – 546 Bruce Carscadden Architects – 10
Main St. Education Centre – 68 Main St. Education Centre – 525 La Bicicletta Pro Shop- 9
La Bicicletta Pro Shop- 58 SITA – 491 Main St. Education Centre – 9
Form 3 Design Inc. – 49 Kelsan Technologies Corp – 422 Cossette – 8
Harvey McKinnon Associates – 46 Bruce Carscadden Architects – 410 Harvey McKinnon Associates tied with Kelsan Technologies Corp – 7

Size Category 11-25:  

Number of Commutes Kms Travelled Number of Participants
Zaber Technologies – 128 Zaber Technologies – 1,420 Zaber Technologies – 18
Fab – all mfg – 59 TECO Nat. Resources – 820 Footprints Recruiting – 8
HB Lanarc – 56 Fab – all mfg – 636 Fab – all mfg – 7
Vancouver Area Cycling Coalition – 51 MSMRI Research Group – 602 TECO Nat. Resources – 7
TECO Natural Resource Group – 50 Angstrom Power Inc.- 462 Vancouver Area Cycling Coalition – 7

Size Category 26-100: 

Number of Commutes Kms Travelled Number of Participants
Pulse Energy – 80 Norco – 1,901 Norco – 15
AeroInfo, A Boeing Company – 78 Tekmira Pharmaceuticals – 1,185 AeroInfo, A Boeing Company – 14
Tekmira Pharmaceuticals – 77 AeroInfo, A Boeing Company – 1050 Read Jones Christofferson Ltd. – 14
Read Jones Christofferson Ltd. – 74 Safe Software Inc. – 756 Tekmira Pharmaceuticals – 13
The Georgia Straight – 66 Oceanworks Int’l – 732  Pulse Energy tied with RadiSys Canada – 10

Size Category 101-1000:

Number of Commutes Kms Travelled # of Participants
McKesson Medical Imaging Group – 252 McKesson Medical Imaging Group – 2,491 Arc’teryx Equipment Inc. – 43
Arc’teryx Equipment Inc. – 233 Arc’teryx Equipment Inc. – 2,251 McKesson Medical Imaging Group – 36
Mountain Equipment Co-op – 226 MDA – 1,775 Klohn Cripper Berger – 33
Vancouver Public Library – 160 Mountain Equipment Co-op – 1,741 Mountain Equipment Co-op – 32
Telus – 144 Sierra Wireless – 1,669 ICBC – 25

Size Category 1000+: 

Number of Commutes Kms Travelled # of Participants
City of Vancouver –    850 UBC – 9,236 UBC – 168
UBC – 814 City of Vancouver – 6,884 City of Vancouver – 130
Hamber Secondary School – 369 Electronic Arts – 3,282 Hamber Secondary School – 56
SAP Vancouver -309 BC Hydro – 2,858 Electronic Arts – 53
Electronic Arts -304 SAP Vancouver – 2,533 BC Hydro – 48

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FOLLOWING TEAMS WHO WON IN “BEST IN CATEGORY”

Business:

Company # of Commutes
SAP 309
Electronic Arts 304
McKesson Medical Imaging Group 252
Arc’teryx Equipment Inc. 233
Telus 144

Not for Profit:

Organization # of Commutes
Science World 59
Vancouver Area Cycling Coalition 51
Evergreen 41
Arts Club Theatre Co. 39
Recycling Council of BC 26

Schools:

School # of Commutes
Hamber Secondary School 369
Windermere Secondary School 140
Glenbook Middle School 133
West Point Grey Academy 114
Crofton House School 70

Higher/Further Education:

Organization # of Commutes
UBC 814
SFU 160
VCC 100
Langara College 100
Capilano Univ. College 91

Health:

Organization # of Commutes
Provincial Health Services Authority 137
Providence Heart & Lung Institute 116
Vancouver Coastal Health 57
BC Children’s Hospital 39
BC Medical Association AND Inglewood Care Centre 38

Government:

Organization # of Commutes
City of Vancouver 850
Metro Vancouver 186
City of North Vancouver 118
Environment Canada 96
District of West Vancouver 87

Other:

Organization # of Commutes
BC Hydro 285
Mountain Equipment Co-op 226
Vancouver Public Library 160
National Research Council 116
Vancity 69

Bike to Work Week Fall 2011 Results

Congratulations to all workplaces that participated in Bike to Work Week!  The winning teams are:
Best in Category (by # trips): 

  • Business: Arc’teryx
  • Non-profit: View Court Housing Co-op
  • School: Hamber Secondary
  • Further/Higher Education: UBC
  • Health: Centre for Hip Health and Mobility
  • Government: City of Vancouver
  • Other: Vancouver Public Library

Best Bike to Work Workplaces (by # trips):

  • Organization Size 1-10: Bruce Carscadden Architect
  • Organization Size 11-25: Zaber Technologies
  • Organization Size 26-100: Centre for Hip Health and Mobility
  • Organization Size 101-1000: Vancouver Public Library
  • Organization Size 1001+: University of British Columbia

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