United States’ President Joe Biden cancelled Keystone XL on his first day in office. What other surprises might be in store for Canada’s energy industry? That’s one of the topical issues that Gaëtan Thomas, former president and CEO of NB Power and current CEO of …
Even at this early stage of Canada’s response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the economic impacts are widespread and deep. Airlines have laid off thousands of people. Oil prices have plummeted. The loonie is down. The effects touch every part of the economy, but many …
Entrepreneur Brett Evans is hoping to get big messages across with the DoobTool, a cannabis carrying case that comes with a Swiss-Army-knife-like array of tools for cutting, crushing and rolling dried flower. He wants the sleek, clever design and the can-do versatility of the DoobTool …
Summer is here and so are the new restaurants! There were almost no closures this month, but coffee ships and creameries abound.
With rising star awards and multi-million dollar contracts, there is a lot to know about Atlantic Canadian business this week.
It’s almost summer and you know what that means: new brewpubs, food trucks and glamping resorts! Here’s the monthly roundup of what opened and closed in May.
Spring is in the air and we all scream for ice cream! Scoop shops are opening across Atlantic Canada as we say goodbye to businesses who couldn’t make it through the winter.
SaltWire buildings go up for sale while Martha Stewart partners with Cooke Aquaculture — plus three more things you need to know about Atlantic Canadian business this week.
Extraordinarily cold temperatures whipping across Atlantic Canada didn’t stop business owners from swinging open their doors for the first time in February, but those breezes heralded plenty of closures across the region.
Petro-Canada leaves out some Atlantic provinces in their EV expansion and the leadership shakeup at Nalcor — plus three more things you need to know about Atlantic Canadian business this week.
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