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Demand for Cape Breton real estate on the rise
Transcontinental shutting down P.E.I. printing plant, 'reorganizing' in Halifax
VIDEO: First of its kind prototype conference coming to Cape Breton
NSUARB asks Cape Breton company to verify it has Nova Scotia office
Target Marketing and Communications of St. John's named Canada's small agency of the year
UPDATED: Cape Breton doggy daycare given approval to operate overnight kennel service
Did you know you're entitled to $10 off a wrongly priced item under the Scanner Price Accuracy Code?
If you’ve ever eagerly picked up an item on sale only to have it ring up for full price, you’re not alone and you’re not out of luck next time it happens. Depending on the store you’re in, and the product’s price, ...
Ontario Securities Commission rules reform to save companies $8 million a year — and that’s just the beginning
Businesses regulated in Ontario’s capital markets will save close to $8 million a year following implementation of a swath of new “burden reduction” reforms to be unveiled Tuesday by the Ontario Securities Commission. The OSC ...
Failed drilling equipment caused synthetic mud spill, Nova Scotia’s offshore regulator says
Nova Scotia’s offshore regulator has issued BP Canada a non-compliance notice, after an investigation found faulty drilling equipment caused thousands of litres of synthetic mud to spill into the Atlantic Ocean. In a report released Monday, ...
Health and pharmaceutical company with Cape Breton location acquired by American group
The Canada-based Cornerstone Research Group has been acquired by Eversana, a provider of commercial services to the life science industry. Cornerstone, which has its headquarters in Burlington, Ont. and an additional location in Cape Breton, ...
Nova Scotia pilot program to help export businesses attract investment
Helping companies looking to grow through outside investment is the objective of the Pitch Prep program Nova Scotia Business Inc. is launching. The pilot program supports businesses hoping to attract investment for the purpose of growth and ...
Idea Mentoring bringing new entrepreneurs forward in Cape Breton
Imagine a nicer version of the Dragon’s Den and you’re pretty close to understanding the notion of the Idea Mentoring that’s been underway across the province under the guidance of Innovocorp. While the popular television program ...
A banner year for Bonavista Ocean Choice International fish plant
It was one of the best years in recent memory for the Ocean Choice International (OCI) fish plant in Bonavista. On Wednesday, Nov. 6, representatives from the Bonavista Town Council — Mayor John Norman, Coun. Barry Randell, Coun. Reg Butler ...
VIDEO: New Long & McQuade store opens in Sydney
There are two things you notice immediately when you visit the new location of Long & McQuade Musical Instruments at 369 Prince St. There’s a place to put your vehicle — an actual parking area that was lacking at the store’s ...
Seafarers union sues Ottawa over use of foreign crew on P.E.I. to Magdalen Islands ferry
A union representing sailors across Canada has filed a series of lawsuits challenging Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada for allowing a ferry company to hire temporary foreign workers for jobs they claim could have gone to ...
Charting new waters aboard the Nellie Row with all-female crew this lobster season
There will be an all-female crew aboard the Nellie Row when the LFA 33 lobster fishery opens this fall. “They want the opportunity and its hard to get the opportunity when you’re a woman,” says Captain Gail Atkinson, who along ...