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Chinese consumers are happy to order out—even at distances up to 11,000km. Here's why Atlantic Canada should do more to cater to hungry Asian market



Atlantic Canada's first vegan butcher opens in Halifax

Editor Dawn Chafe investigates the Airbnb market in her hometown and takes a look innovation within the hospitality industry.

An in-depth personal profile of New Brunswick native Glenn Cooke and the 33-year evolution of the aquaculture company he co-founded with his father and brother

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Room for improvement: in defence of East Coast education
#thinkBIG2018 attendees said educators aren't living up to their potential; the Nova Scotia Community College's Don Bureaux responds
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XX Factor: 5 common unconscious bias faux-pas
There are two types of people in the world: those who walk around with unconscious biases, and those who lie about it. Our biases—that is, our preconceived notions about others—impact how we perceive people, whether we listen to them and our propensity to know, like and trust them. And all these factors mean our unconscious biases have a major impact on our ability to receive information and then make sound decisions.
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Atlantic Canada’s Top Employers 2019
It's an employee's market out there, and recruiting top talent is harder than ever. Or not, if you're one of Atlantic Canada's Top Employers—where work supports life (in more ways than one)
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5 things to know this week

  • Cooke Inc. acquires Nicaraguan shrimp producer There’s plenty more fish in the sea — especially for Cooke and Clearwater who’ve made some big deals over the past few days. Plus three more things to know about business in Atlantic Canada this week.

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