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As acres of potatoes started to be churned up from the red, iron-rich soil of Prince Edward Island in 2020, farmers were aware of where they stood, even before the accounting began. Another year with drought conditions for many during the height of the growing …

Gaming – specifically use of entertainment centres, casinos and separate video lottery terminals – slowed to a crawl as a result of required COVID-19 restrictions. Both private companies and provincial governments are scrambling to manage the losses. In a particularly difficult case, staff at the …

Newfoundland and Labrador Finance Minister Siobhan Coady has contradicted Ottawa’s portrayal of proposed changes to the federal fiscal stabilization program, saying the changes will not offer any new, meaningful support to Canada’s most easterly province. The proposed changes are offered in a section of the …

With the onset of COVID-19, the cry went out through retail: pivot! Pivot! PIVOT! Companies without much of an online presence rushed to get online. Those with an existing presence worked to offer more and draw eyeballs to their pages. Makers and businesses tried not …

Can Atlantic Canada survive the transition to a green economy? That’s one of the questions Amit Virmani, the founder and CEO of Naveco Power Inc. – a renewable energy company based in Fredericton, New Brunswick – answers in this episode of Take 5 with the …

Crisp air, with the clear feel of the terrain beneath your skis as you shift side to side, taking in the outdoors… and with a squeeze of a handle under your glove, you go just a little faster. It’s been a long and winding trail, …

Farmers in Canada would benefit as a direct result of any mass cull of mink in Denmark. However, Nova Scotia Mink Breeders Association president Matt Moses says the industry globally would be poorer for that loss. A plan to kill up to 17 million mink …

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