Bonavista's John Norman is
rebuilding his hometown—one old, dilapidated structure at a time

This archival publication features pivotal business stories from across the region over the past 30 years.

Highlights include:
• Hibernia gets green-light
• Confederation Bridge
• Tribute to K.C. Irving
• Richard Oland murder mystery
• Unravelling Knowledge House


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Atlantic Canada’s tech sector approaching critical mass for success
“There’s a recognition here that we’re as good as anywhere in the world,” says Paul Preston CEO of N.L.’s tech industry association. When Michael Noseworthy decided to return home to Newfoundland and Labrador from Ottawa, he made a simultaneous decision to replicate the value of ...
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Women entrepreneurs need more support, encouragement entering high-income sectors, report says
A new report on women-owned businesses in Atlantic Canada shows women entrepreneurs are well-educated and successful, but that they tend to stick to low-growth, less lucrative sectors.  The study, called Women Business Owners in Atlantic Canada, was released Tuesday by Nova Scotia’s Centre for Women ...
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Three more N.L. tech startups attract Silicon Valley attention
How do you prepare to pitch your company to what is arguably the world’s leading tech accelerator in Silicon Valley? With days and days of rehearsing, quizzing and hitting the gym, says Scott Stevenson, CEO and co-founder of Rally, a St. John’s based company looking ...
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New fund to address ‘quite shocking’ gender imbalance in Canadian investment landscape
A group of Canadian women are trying to adjust a gender imbalance in the region’s venture capital landscape with the creation of a brand new fund. Founded by nine Canadian businesswomen — six based in Atlantic Canada — The Atlantic Women’s Venture Fund aims to ...
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