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.
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.
Peppereka offers fast-casual dining in Dartmouth and Curry Delight moves out of the St. John’s Farmers’ Market, plus three things you need to know about Atlantic Canadian business this week.
Irving announces thousands of new jobs, plus four more things you need to know about Atlantic Canadian business this week.
Moncton-based company Tuxy lands a deal with two Dragons on the hit CBC show, while Sydney call centre makes a rebound.
Plant-based butchers, abrupt closures and new US clients for Verafin — here are the Five Things to Know in Atlantic Canadian Business this week.
Tap outs: alehouse closures and energy projects drying up — here are the Five Things to Know in Atlantic Canadian Business this week.
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.
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 per cent of the votes cast across …
The latest addition to the craft beer scene in Newfoundland opened its doors December 6 at 181 Commonwealth Avenue in Mount Pearl.
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