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You can go home again
A proud Newfoundlander and Labradorian from the tiny community of Pound Cove, Bonavista Bay, the president & CEO of Fortis Inc., credits his parents with teaching him that working hard and being authentic are key elements of success. In this story, we follow Barry Perry's journey from trading in blueberries to trading on Wall Street—and back again.
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Let there be light
If your break room is little more than a kettle and a mini fridge, you might want to hide this article from your staff. From on-site gyms, funky architectural features and best-in-office technology, these eight businesses are keeping up with the latest and greatest in cool workspaces.
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Living, breathing (and sleeping) entrepreneurship
Memorial University is launching a pilot project to kickstart student-led business
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Devil’s Advocate
Devil’s Advocate columnist John Risley urges Canadians to stand on guard for the greater good
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Five things to know about business in Atlantic Canada

Headlining weekly events affecting business
in the four easternmost provinces

  • Restaurant Swap: New(ish) eatery coming to St. John’s Chinova Bioworks, a company that makes a preservative called chitosan out of mushrooms for the food and beverage industry, has received $2 million investment money from DSM Venturing BV. Venture capital firm AgFunder and non-profit Natural Products Canada ...

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  • Recipe for success Stone Hearth Bakery in Halifax, N.S. is a social enterprise established in 1982, providing a work-based training program. When Halifax’s Stone Hearth Bakery was established in 1982, it really didn’t have a term to describe its business ...