Back to the Future

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

When did populism overthrow the democratic process?
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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Getting up to speed with family guy Mickey MacDonald
Mickey MacDonald talks about his mom, his wife, his kids, siblings, extended relations—and a bit about business
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Why cryptocurrency miners are hot on Labrador
Why cryptocurrency miners are hot on the Big Land
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Why our innovation issue isn’t all about technology
Great issue, but… editor Dawn Chafe reveals what’s missing from our innovation edition
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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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5 things to know this week

  • Cannabis Legalization selected as business story of the year The Canadian Press has selected the legalization of cannabis in Canada as the Business Story of the Year award winner, determined by a vote of the country’s newsrooms. The stories surrounding legalization and its implications accounted for 60 ...

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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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