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Report weighs economic benefits of gold mine in St. Mary's area of Nova Scotia
ManpowerGroup foresees pessimistic hiring climate for St. John's in early 2020
New Brunswick company goes global: How this Nova Scotia mom launched one of the biggest baby brands in Canada
Union leader and mayor remain hopeful about Corner Brook Pulp and Paper's future
Extension granted to Bear Head natural gas plant, pipeline project
Quidi Vidi Brewery looking for second deck
Wattpad chooses Halifax over Calgary for second HQ, citing Wexit and cuts to Alberta’s tech tax credits
Wattpad chose Halifax over Calgary as the site of its second headquarters, citing concerns about Western separatism and cuts to Alberta’s tax credits for tech companies, The Logic has learned. Toronto-based Wattpad has announced it was ...
New citizen Tareq Hadhad has ambitious plans for his Peace by Chocolate
ANTIGONISH, N.S. — On Dec. 23, 2015 Tareq Hadhad sat staring at a cup of tea in a house on Church Street in Antigonish. “Wow,” he repeated to the cooling cup. “It is a moment in my life.” Three days earlier ...
Canadians to pay $487 more for groceries next year with biggest hikes to meat and veg
The average Canadian family can expect to pay 4 per cent more for groceries next year led by meat because of a complex interplay of environmental, biological, geopolitical and trade issues, new university research says. The cost of food for the ...
RBC to ratchet up efforts to turn Ventures users into banking clients
The Royal Bank of Canada has connected with 3.2 million Canadians via its digital app-building efforts, and the lender will soon begin trying to more aggressively convert those users into regular banking clients, the company’s chief executive ...
FISH-NL ends quest to become certified labour union for Newfoundland and Labrador harvesters
After three years of failed attempts to form a new union to solely represent the interests of inshore harvesters, FISH-NL's executive has decided to call it a day. The Federation of Independent Sea Harvesters of Newfoundland and Labrador was ...
Halifax named top tech centre in Atlantic Canada
Real estate brokerage company, CBRE, recently produced an analysis of labour market conditions, cost and quality for highly skilled tech workers in Canada. The study — 2019 Scoring Canadian Tech Talent — ranked 20 Canadian cities ...
VIDEO: Just In Thyme in Sydney River proving popular
The festive chicken sandwich complete with stuffing and cranberries was a big hit with Scott MacDonald during his first-ever visit to Just In Thyme Homestyle Eatery. Word of mouth on the new venture featuring homestyle meals, big portions and ...
Nova Scotia tourism numbers take dip in 2019
Peak tourism numbers across the province were down five per cent in 2019 compared to the same point last season, according to the latest statistics released by the province. Nova Scotia welcomed 1,247,200 overnight visitors between June and ...
Cape Breton networking event for adults with disabilities deemed a success
A networking event that brought the local business community together with persons with disabilities seeking jobs will now become an annual event after a successful inaugural gathering. NetworkIt! was a partnership between the Nova Scotia Works ...
Sydney woman creates non-profit space where craftspeople and artisans can sell their products
Brittany Smith quickly learned how precious time and space are when she started running her own design and décor business while also working a full-time job. Now she’s providing other small, independent business owners with both of ...