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"We were the three 'beeotches' threatening to close down their school"

Madawaska Maliseet make no apologies for holding the line on land claims—or how they've affected neighbouring non-native communities


Atlantic Canada's

Top Employers 2019

No one is immune to gender bias,
not even women's leadership
coach Eleanor Beaton—but
here's what you can do about it

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The hard(ware) history of 137-139 Queen Street, Charlottetown
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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The greatest wealth is health
AT MEDAVIE BLUE CROSS, which has been named one of Atlantic Canada’s Top Employers for 2019, the company’s dedication to caring about health is on display everywhere. That’s a fact that should surprise no one, given the company’s explicit mission to improve the wellbeing of Canadians, including the ones who actually work for it.
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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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AIPP: A Love Story
On one side, a desperate shortage of available workers; on the other, an excess of bureaucratic policy and procedure: how the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Project has gotten caught in the middle
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5 things to know this week

  • Stats Can reports job gains in Atlantic Canada Stats Can’s first labour force survey of 2019 good news for Atlantic Canada, and so is Irving’s new shipbuilding contract, plus three more things you need to know in Atlantic Canadian business this week.

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  • Open and Shut January 2019 Atlantic Canada saw the opening of its first vegan butcher in January, along with several axe-throwing lounges. We said goodbye to several national chains and quite a few restaurants too.