Leah Harris is ready for 2021. In 2020, a year of “doomscrolling” and dumpster fire memes, she went about building her small business, Sweet Cheeks Bakery. Pre-COVID, she’d had a second child. She’d also experienced debilitating migraines and dramatic vision loss, with an inability to …

Researched and compiled by MediaCorp Canada Inc. | Presented exclusively by Atlantic Business Magazine There are fewer companies on this year’s list of Atlantic Canada’s Top Employers than there were in 2019—and that was expected, says Anthony Meehan. Meehan is the founder and president of …

From startups to established firms, companies across the region are changing the world While Atlantic Canada is home to innovation superstars like Verafin and Emera, there are smaller firms across the region that are also bringing new products and services to market, joining prestigious incubator …

The coronavirus pandemic proved that reliable high-speed internet access is a need, not a want—and that too much of Atlantic Canada is off the grid As schools, churches, funerals, meetings, working from home, grocery and other shopping all morphed on-line in early 2020, the inadequacies …

In what can only be described as the post-George Floyd era, we find ourselves in a global reckoning of systemic racism. Issues of race have found their way to the forefront of our collective social consciousness. Aunt Jemima, the Washington Redskins, Old Sam, Edward Cornwallis… …

Working conditions have vastly improved over the past 200 years. So much so that we have to ask: have unions worked themselves out of a job? Few people, save the most militant market fanatics, will deny that unions have served an important historical role. We …

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