As an industry, forestry is at a crossroads. Stereotypes aside, today’s loggers are not a bunch of rough-looking guys with chainsaws and machines ruthlessly harvesting every tree they see. Forestry has entered an age of great transformation that simultaneously looks forward to a new age …
Karl Kenny is known for his straight-talking approach to business and strategy. Yet the CEO of Marport Deep Sea Technologies can get surprising philosophical when speaking about the mysteries of his “marketplace”: the ocean. “Whatever religion you are, you’re taught to look to the sky, …
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In Atlantic Business Magazine’s January issue, we announced that we were embarking on a bold experiment. According to documented industry research, magazine readers are reportedly more receptive to advertising than any other audience. Now, after years of preaching about magazines’ ability to drive consumer behavior, …
It is an iron cold, late January afternoon in Newfoundland and Labrador’s capital city, where the fog perches like an omen over one of Canada’s most outspoken political leaders. Premier Danny Williams has spent the better part of the morning reviewing news reports about a …
Alec Bruce takes aim at carnivorous market lions.
There are times when I wish everyone in Atlantic Canada could share my job for a day. This is one of them.
Premier Robert Ghiz is a man with a plan.
Island government believes balance of power will reduce costs, ensure green energy supply.
Prince Edward Island repositions itself to become tastiest culinary tourism destination in Atlantic Canada.
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