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New Brunswick's coding crusader believes past lessons are critical for a new economy

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The King of Queen Street
150 years of history, as seen from the front window of the Rogers Hardware building in Charlottetown
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What happened to the Play On! street hockey program
Scott Hill reveals plans to ice side-lined Play On! street hockey program
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Holland College Applied Research: A Resource for Growth in Atlantic Canada
Applied research: a resource for growth in Atlantic Canada
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David Alston’s crusade to get coding in the classroom
New Brunswick's coding crusader believes past lessons are critical for new economy
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How the welfare state in Atlantic Canada stifles innovation
A satirical take on how the welfare state stifles innovation
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  • Open and Shut November 2018 New businesses in Atlantic Canada run the gamut this month — from modern speakeasies and Indian food trucks to barber chairs and bespoke suit shops. Plus it’s always nice to see the open column longer than the shuttered.

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