In this week’s edition, we congratulate our founders on their induction into the Atlantic Journalism Awards Hall of Fame, plus four more things about Atlantic Canadian Business.
Despite some unseasonable weather and nasty flooding, the openings outweigh the closings across Atlantic Canada this month — plus a plethora of seasonal shops are dusting off to open for the busy tourist season.
The East Coast’s first The Rec Room opens in St. John’s plus four more things you need to know about Atlantic Canadian business this week.
Halifax’s Gottingen Street might as well be called Doughnut Row — plus four other things you need to know about Atlantic Canadian business this week.
Cermaq announces its ambitious plan for salmon farming in Nova Scotia, plus four more things you need to know about Atlantic Canadian business this week.
There’s plenty more fish in the sea — especially for Cooke and Clearwater who’ve made some big deals over the past few days. Plus three more things to know about business in Atlantic Canada this week.
Irving announces thousands of new jobs, plus four more things you need to know about Atlantic Canadian business this week.
Plant-based butchers, abrupt closures and new US clients for Verafin — here are the Five Things to Know in Atlantic Canadian Business this week.
There’s a lot of disappointed social media chatter over WestJet’s cancellation of the direct flight between St. John’s, N.L. and Dublin. Local business owners like Mallard Cottage restaurateur Todd Perrin and politicians were open about the effect this will have on the tourism industry.
Atlantic Container Line, the New Jersey based shipping company, has announced the closure of their office in Halifax at the end of 2018. As one of the only global shipping companies headquartered in Halifax and almost 50-year old tenancy at the port, the company says it can’t continue office operations. The twice weekly calls to Halifax will not be affected meaning six people stay on staff but 15 will not.
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