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VIDEO: Brett Bundale talks top business trends for Atlantic Canada in 2020
Over the past week, SaltWire Network's Brett Bundale took a look at five of the top trends heading into 2020 and the decade ahead. She delved into five topics: Oil and gas, the economy, fisheries, forestry, and technology and ...
Newco gets $1 million to expand business
Bob Antsey says his business is growing quickly and running smoothly, and he’s working on something big. Anstey’s Newco Metal and Auto Recycling received a $1-million repayable loan from the federal government through the ...
VIDEO: This Truro Heights man opened a diner to honour his parents’ memory
Trevor Bartlett is carrying on a family tradition with a new diner he recently opened ...
SYLVAIN CHARLEBOIS: Overeaters could become new environmentalist target
Is weight shaming going to be a thing? Let’s hope not. Move over flight shaming, we may see environmentalists target a new group of individuals: Overeaters. Yes, overeating could potentially become the next shaming ...
Wolfville woman offers new twist on old tradition with pop-up weddings
Looking to get hitched without hassle? Sarah Anderson is the woman to call. About a year ago, the Wolfville-based Justice of the Peace started East Coast Pop Up Weddings. The business offers one-stop planning for the new way to ...
Tim Hortons releasing new Dream Donuts across Canada
You're likely to spot some new options under the glass on your next trip to Tim Hortons. The chain has released three new "Dream Donuts" — inspired by some of the most popular donuts available at Tim Hortons innovation ...
Northern Peninsula female crane operator breaking barriers offshore
GREEN ISLAND COVE, N.L. — The seat of the Liebherr BOS 4200-80 offshore pedestal crane, mounted to the West Aquarius oil rig, is 50 feet above the rig’s deck. The deck of the Seadrill rig is dozens of feet above the cold waters of the ...
New partners at Sydney law firm
Liam Gillis and Tyler MacLennan have been named partners in the Sampson McPhee Law Firm. From the left are, MacLennan, Gillis, Robert Sampson, Harvey McPhee Q.C. and Elsbeth Cassidy. ...
First all-Canadian zero-emissions concept vehicle a response to PM's innovation call
The first all-Canadian zero-emissions concept car, to be launched by the country’s automotive supply sector by 2022, will be introduced Tuesday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Titled Project Arrow — a nod to the Avro ...
Cape Breton furniture store adding floor space, employees
Keltic Furniture has come a long way from a small store along Kings Road with a staff of three and an old delivery truck that didn’t work very well. The store will soon balloon to 22,000 square feet and employee numbers past 20 once an ...