When it comes to tourism, Atlantic Canada’s provincial governments believe in the power of promotion. They may be on to something
Wednesday, May 9: Atlantic Business Magazine, with 550 of our closest friends, gathered in Fredericton, N.B. for an unforgettable celebration of regional corporate leadership excellence.
Availability of charging stations could detour regional travel plans
Learn how the town of Rigolet, Labrador is protecting and celebrating their Inuit culture by sharing it with visitors
Ever wonder how Atlantic Canada, with only 2.3 million people, annually draws almost three times that number of tourists (about 6 million in 2017)? Surveys say it’s because this place offers an ideal mix of nature, culture and hospitality. Here, then, are the region’s top 10 attractions in no particular order
BREATH-TAKING. ROMANTIC. DESTRUCTIVE. Peaceful. Scary. Engaging. Frigid. Warm. Inspiring. Perplexing. Despite our close association with the ocean in Atlantic Canada, we know little of its potential and have even less appreciation of the extent to which other nations have learned how to cultivate a relationship …
Dig into how food tourism operators in Atlantic Canada are setting the table with one-of-a-kind culinary experiences.
Each issue we check in with one of our Top 50 CEO Hall of Fame inductees. In this issue we speak with Ken LeBlanc of PropertyGuys.com
ONE OF THE ADVANTAGES/DISADVANTAGES OF GETTING OLD(ER) is that you begin to see patterns in the randomness of life—even if, perhaps, likely, almost certainly, those patterns are more random than patterned. Consider 1972. Before we go there, cast your mind back 51 years to 1968—a …
Chester Race Week (Photo: Tim Wilkes Photography) Sport tourism (events that attract competitors from around the world) is a $6.8 billion business in Canada, and it’s trending upward every year. The four easternmost provinces account for almost $500 million of that total—a figure that is …
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