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Canadian home prices rise in September as market firms: Teranet
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian home prices posted across-the-board monthly gains in September, led by the Ottawa-Gatineau and Quebec City markets, for the second-strongest September on record, data showed on Tuesday. The Teranet-National Bank ...
Unifor workers overwhelmingly ratify new FCA contract
Unifor workers at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CA Canada voted 78 per cent in favour of ratifying a new contract paving the way for what union and automotive officials predict will be a bold step into the industry’s electrification generation. ...
Provincial program helps Avondale Sky Winery combat crop loss with deer fencing
A provincial program is helping a Hants County winery cut down on losses related to wildlife visiting the vineyards. The Avondale Sky Winery and Restaurant recently tapped into the Department of Agriculture’s Wildlife Damage Mitigation ...
Sydney River Square development continues
SYDNEY RIVER — Efforts to turn a former call centre and grocery store into a 32,000-square-foot hub of retail activity are continuing. Cape Breton’s Kennerknecht family is behind the development of the proposed Sydney River Square at ...
Changes to craft brew discounts in Newfoundland and Labrador
The provincial government has outlined changes it says could save the Newfoundland and Labrador craft brewing industry $1 million annually. The plan was originally announced as part of the 2020 provincial budget. Finance ...
Can-do attitude: NLC's Rock Spirits facility begins production in St. John's
The production launch for a popular ready-to-drink beverage is giving a further boost to the Newfoundland and Labrador Liquor Corp.’s manufacturing division. On Tuesday, Rock Spirits officially launched production of Lamb’s ...
MUN's Marine Institute in St. John's launches new underwater exploration lab
Memorial University's Fisheries and Marine Institute expects its latest lab will give students a leg up when it comes to working in the ocean technology sector. The new $440,000 underwater exploration laboratory was officially unveiled Tuesday ...
Survey says: Cape Breton the best island
Cape Breton is the No. 1 island in North America, according to readers of Condé Nast Traveler, a luxury and lifestyle magazine. “We are thrilled that Cape Breton Island continues to receive such amazing recognition,” said Terry ...
Federal funding for St. John's green-tech company aiming to become leader in the smart thermostat market
A Newfoundland and Labrador company striving to become a global leader in the smart thermostat market has secured equity investment from the federal government's export credit agency. Mysa and Export Development Canada announced a deal that ...
Eskasoni holds sod turning ceremony for strip mall extension
Eskasoni First Nation held a sod-turning ceremony Thursday to mark the ongoing construction on an extension to the Eskasoni strip mall. “Business development is very important to us, in order to create jobs, we have to create business ...