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The big, the bold and the unconventional:

an overview of some of the more radical ideas from our regional thought leadership workshops

Atlantic Canada's

Top Employers 2019

"Included in the eight beatitudes are blessings for the meek, the persecuted and the poor in spirit. To hell with that—martyrdom is for suckers."
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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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Holland College Applied Research: A Resource for Growth in Atlantic Canada
Applied research: a resource for growth in Atlantic Canada
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What do Darrell Dexter and Doug Ford have in common?
Stephen Kimber argues politicians can’t possibly be that fiscally stunned—can they? Discuss
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Happy debts of gratitude
EAST COAST CREDIT UNION (ECCU) respects its employees with such zeal that it will actually throw a party on a boat in Halifax Harbour as a live band plays deep into the glittering evening.
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  • Open and Shut December 2018 Holiday parties and vacations didn’t stop the flow of small business in December. Here’s what opened and closed in Atlantic Canada last month.