The new wave of culinary tourism operators in Atlantic Canada are whetting the wanderlust, showcasing one-of-a-kind East Coast experiences and garnering worldwide attention


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Did you know that Atlantic Canada scores more than $500-million from sports tourism every year?

Chef Jeremy Charles' debut cookbook is the cornucopia of Newfoundland food culture on paper

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Innovation thrives here
New Brunswick has traditionally been known as a place rich in natural resources and scenic beauty. While the resource-development sector remains integral to the province’s economy, the global shift towards a knowledge-based marketplace has created the opportunity for new kinds of growth.
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2019 Atlantic Business Magazine Top 50 CEO Awards Photo Gallery
Wednesday, May 9: Atlantic Business Magazine, with 550 of our closest friends, gathered in Fredericton, N.B. for an unforgettable celebration of regional corporate leadership excellence.
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In it to win it: how Atlantic Canada’s sports tourism competes on the world stage
Chester Race Week (Photo: Tim Wilkes Photography) Sport tourism (events that attract competitors from around the world) is a $6.8 billion business in Canada, and it’s trending upward every year. The four easternmost provinces account for almost $500 million of that total—a figure that is ...
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Call of the wild
Find out what animals best represent common leadership styles found in the wild world of business
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5 things to know this week

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  • Open and Shut June 2019 Summer is here and so are the new restaurants! There were almost no closures this month, but coffee ships and creameries abound.