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Plant-based butchers, abrupt closures and new US clients for Verafin — 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 …
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.
The St. John’s based coffee shop Coffee Matters has opened their second location in Halifax on the corner of Gladstone and Almon Streets at the base of the Gladstone North apartment building. Their Lower Water Street location nestled in the Brewery Market has been abuzz with customers since early May. With six locations across Newfoundland and three in Nova Scotia, Coffee Matters has grown quickly since opening their flagship shop at 1 Military Road in 2007.
St. John’s restaurant Mohammed Ali goes up for sale Despite expanding to a second downtown location last year, Ali Al Haijaa has decided to put both his restaurants up for sale with plans to move out of the province — probably somewhere sunnier according to …
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