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 …

Despite months of uncertainty over when (or if) the heavily subsidized Maine-to-Yarmouth ferry will sail again, Nova Scotia tourism operators aren’t ready to abandon ship

More and more businesses in Atlantic Canada have their eyes on the global market. This issue, Sarah Smellie spoke with three Atlantic Canadian businesses, both newbies and veterans of international trade, about how they do it, what they’ve learned and what you need to know before you ink your first international deal.

There are opportunities for cannabis tourism in Atlantic Canada, these two experts say—if only the regulations would allow for them

Researched and compiled by MediaCorp Canada Inc. | Presented exclusively by Atlantic Business Magazine The backstory Richard Yerema, managing editor of Canada’s Top 100 Employers (produced by Mediacorp Canada Inc.), shares his thoughts on this year’s selection process and what it takes to become a …

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