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November/December 2019

30 under 30: New Brunswick

Exciting profiles of young people from New Brunswick who are launching innovative businesses that will keep them (and their peers) in the region. Prepare to be amazed.

30 under 30: Newfoundland and Labrador

Exciting profiles of young people in Newfoundland and Labrador who are launching innovative businesses that will keep them (and their peers) in the region. Prepare to be amazed.

30 under 30: Nova Scotia

Exciting profiles of young people in Nova Scotia who are launching innovative businesses that will keep them (and their peers) in the region. Prepare to be amazed.

Bonavista’s master of flip

How John Norman’s creative vision for Bonavista’s built heritage is attracting a new, younger demographic to rural Newfoundland

Call to arms

Cybercrime is real. In this story, what your business can do to protect itself—and your clients— from digital intruders.

Let’s do launch: NovaResp Technologies’ President and founder Hamed Hanafi

Hamed Hanafi (34) President and founder of NovaResp Technologies. The company developed a respiratory monitoring device that regulates airflow for patients with sleep apnea and other breathing conditions. Hometown: Sari, Iran (Immigrated to Canada in 2007) Alma mater: University of Mazandaran in Iran (BEng Electrical Engineering), Dalhousie (MEng Electrical Engineering, PhD Biomedical Engineering) Headquarters: Halifax, […]

The bus boy goes to sea

One of Atlantic Canada’s most successful tourism entrepreneurs has just sold the motor coach business that built his brand. You won’t believe what’s next for this sightseeing industry magnate

Words of wisdom

Investors and regional tech successes share their thoughts on what Atlantic Canada needs to advance its innovation game to the next level

A really big boom

Atlantic Canadian startups are shattering records and expectations

Our roundup of food, culture and travel news for December 2019

Terre The new restaurant in the ALT Hotel St. John’s is all about accommodating. Most hotel restaurants don’t get me excited. But the newly-opened Terre Restaurant in the Alt Hotel St. John’s is joining the ranks of buzzworthy hotel establishments across Canada that are rapidly changing my mind. The empty shell of a restaurant had […]

Because it’s 2019

Canada has lost it way. How could it be otherwise when we have no navigators? Over 150 years ago, representatives of what was then Upper and Lower Canada as well as the Maritimes—soon followed by the western provinces and northern territories—convinced the electorate that there could be collective strength in common purpose. And they did […]

Climate confusion, Chapter I

This is a difficult topic. The prosperity of the western world during the past 150 years since oil was first discovered, or rather its uses were first discovered, is truly historic. No other period of time has produced a comparable jump in the standard of living or the improvement in health conditions that most of […]

Meetings and conventions business is year-round on Prince Edward Island

A conversation with Susan Freeman, Executive Director at Meetings & Conventions PEI

Making a job match for military family members in New Brunswick

If Op@Work did not exist, somebody would have to invent it. Specifically, somebody would have to invent it for Katrina Heer. For years, the wife of a Canadian Armed Forces cook, who had been posted to CFB Gagetown, was employed as a full-time cleaner at CFB Kingston. A graduate of Carleton University’s Bachelor of Journalism […]



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