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Articles by Atlantic Business Magazine

Note: This article is part of a series of profiles discussing successful First Nations entrepreneurs in Atlantic Canada, sponsored by the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies (AIMS). Author Joseph Quesnel, of Métis extraction, is a political scientist, journalist and policy analyst based in Antigonish, Nova …

New Brunswick entrepreneur shows how you can upcycle your business Mélanie Paulin Carte Blanche (N.B.) Notable achievement: Featured in Here Magazine, Times & Transcript, Acadie Nouvelle, and Radio-Canada Three years ago, Mélanie Paulin left a career in science to open Carte Blanche, an upcycling boutique …

Adam Conter’s story starts as too many air travel misadventures do these days: as a horror story. A hazardous road trip with an infant on board. Relief at making it to the airport on time. The confusion of a mysterious documentation error. The heartbreak of a last minute flight cancellation.

If you have been featured in Atlantic Business Magazine or Natural Resources Magazine, and someone has contacted you asking if you would like to buy a wall display of the article, THIS IS NOT US AND THEY ARE NOT AFFILIATED WITH US IN ANY WAY!!! …

Become an at-home Burger Baron with this recipe for a bacon burger with red onion jam and roasted garlic herb mayo, courtesy of Barry C. Parsons. Parsons lives in St. John’s NL and is a full-time food blogger at RockRecipes.com which he has been writing …

Raising capital through crowdfunding can be tantalizing, but it has its pitfalls Considering crowdfunding as a way to raise capital for your business idea? Be careful. Be very careful. That’s Mariska Loeppky’s view as crowdfunding (the practice of funding a project or venture from a …

Transcript: Dawn Chafe, executive editor, Atlantic Business Magazine interviews Ed Martin, president & CEO, Nalcor Energy October 19, 2015 Oppidan restaurant, Sheraton hotel St. John’s, NL Dawn Chafe: Let’s start with Muskrat Falls. It seems like you’re having trouble containing costs, staying on time and …

On the move

May 22, 2015 // 0 Comments

For the first time since the start of Atlantic Business Magazine’s Top 50 CEO awards 17 years ago, the awards gala is moving outside of Nova Scotia. “We are very excited to announce that Atlantic Business Magazine’s 18th annual Top 50 CEO awards gala will …

Dr. Thierry Chopin of the University of New Brunswick (UNB) admits the brown, red and green slippery, bulbous stuff covering virtually every coast in the world isn’t the most appetizing looking product for a westerner. Chopin, however, contends that you are probably already digesting seaweeds …

Text-based learning materials? That’s so last decade. Today’s generation of post-secondary learners has grown up in a mobile multimedia world and it’s no surprise that they prefer to have their education materials delivered the same way. What might be surprising, however, is that a study …

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