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Nova Scotia Power Makerspace reopens its doors in Sydney
Since its opening, the Nova Scotia Power Makerspace has become a buzz of activity that sees college students working alongside crafters and artisans on any given day. The volume of activity and creativity is accentuated when commercial ...
Why supporting Atlantic Canada's restaurants is more important than ever
It’s been a long, hard journey for restaurants since March. St. John’s Fish Exchange in downtown St. John’s, N.L., has been operating evening service at a 50 per cent capacity due to health requirements. The business has removed ...
Tim Hortons facing class-action lawsuit over app location tracking
Tim Hortons is facing a class-action lawsuit in Quebec over data collection issues in the company’s mobile ordering app, filed a day after four privacy watchdogs announced a joint investigation into the company’s overreach. The court ...
Marystown NL business wins $10k to help with COVID costs
Barb Dean-Simmons SaltWire firstname.lastname@example.org @BarbDeanSimmons The first thing Nora Gaulton is going to do with the money she won from a national competition is buy a new chair. The hairstylist and owner of ...
Nalcor talks Muskrat Falls benchmarks to reach before site becomes fully commissioned
If all goes according to plan, Nalcor Energy CEO Stan Marshall can envision a fully-commissioned Muskrat Falls one year from now. Speaking at the provincial Crown energy corporation's annual meeting Tuesday, Marshall did caution there's an ...
Steal of a deal? Contest launched to give away old Yarmouth jail for free
As a teenager growing up in Yarmouth, Mandy Rennehan passed the old Yarmouth jail on Main Street nearly every day. She was fascinated by its presence. For someone who had never even received a speeding ticket in her life, she recalls the day, as ...
RETALES: Harvest sows sustainably sourced business model
Harvest was born out of a need for a sustainably sourced restaurant business model to nutritiously feed healthy foods to Nova Scotias, says co-owner Mike Barbour. “A business model that allows for an environmentally focused supply chain to ...
Cape Breton-founded company signs lucrative contract in Dubai
A Canadian company with offices in Edwardsville and Winnipeg recently inked a $6.75 million contract to provide its products to a fabrication company in the United Arab Emirates. Airesun Global Ltd. (Nova Scotia) and Airesun Global Manitoba ...
ASK THE MONEY LADY: Is it a good idea to borrow funds to invest?
Dear Money Lady, My sister borrowed $100,000 off her line of credit a few years ago at the advice of her investment advisor and put it into the stock market, using the interest as a tax write off. She said this was a “leverage lend ...
ASK THE MONEY LADY: How much should I pay an investment advisor?
Dear Money Lady, I received a large severance from my employer that recently eliminated my job after 38 years. I plan to find an advisor, but because I have never had one before I am wondering what I should agree to pay for their ...