I know: It’s hard enough to stay on the exercise track in your usual environment, striving to find a balance between work, family, activities and fitness – but it’s even tougher on the road, when your schedule is out of your control, routines are gone, and your hotel workout room is no help at all.

Like Boston, another seaport city, Summerside Prince Edward Island has been enduring its own big dig. Both seemed to go on for the same interminable length of time — in Summerside’s case it took seven years to complete — and a new cityscape has emerged. …

‘Parva Sub Ingenti’ – the small under the great, Prince Edward Island’s official motto is getting turned upside down when you look at the great (and innovative) things happening at the smallest province’s two higher education institutions. The University of Prince Edward Island is punching …

If you grew up in Charlottetown in the 1960s and ‘70s, a classic Island game of ‘who’s your father’ could reveal a great deal about each person in your classroom: their heritage, religion, political stripe and neighbourhood, among other things. Scratch many of them deep …

World’s Greatest Salesman and the King of Networking share insider secrets on how to sell just about anything Salesmen are often avoided like the plague, in part because of this perception: those who sell for a living are always, without exception, tirelessly following the ABCs …

Atlantic Canada’s provincial governments are drowning in debt — some more rapidly than others. These obligations are curbing efforts to build more prosperous economies and undermining expectations about what the public sector will, and will not, be able to deliver in the future. There are …

At age 26, Robert MacLeod changed jobs, packed up his belongings and said good-bye to his life in New Brunswick. His mission: criss-cross Canada as leader in sales for McCain Foods.

Shared problems require shared solutions from native and non-native communities This will be a very difficult article for me to write. Difficult because I am very anxious that the native community view my comments as they are intended, which is to be helpful and supportive …

By 2009, Richard Homburg’s glitzy, buzz-worthy annual office parties had become corporate Halifax’s post-Christmas social hot ticket. Two hundred of the city’s elite investors, investment advisors, developers, lawyers, accountants and assorted corporate hangers-on would gather in the January freeze to mix and mingle at Homburg …

On Dec. 14, 2011, Sobeys announced it was swallowing whole every one of Shell Canada’s 250 service stations east of Ontario. No big deal. The day before, Empire, which controls the Canadian super-sized supermarket chain, had reported a quarterly profit of $78.1 million. Sobeys had …

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