Rube and Rake to perform in Clarenville for Home Routes
START IT UP: Three companies shaping Atlantic Canada's food tech ...
Scrappy Nova Scotian cat loses contest, wins a home
Pancake Tuesday in Whitney Pier
Winter ordering expands services of Pan Cape Breton Food Hub
Cape Breton University international students to host reception
LETTER: Resources lacking in justice department
LETTER: Amalgamation is being forced
Matthew Welsh is closing in on the QMJHL’s record for most minutes ...
Atlantic educators, entrepreneurs helping build successful Indigenous communities
Meet 7 people working to help Atlantic Canada's Indigenous communities succeed
Changing tide in Atlantic Canada's First Nation communities
Fresh mindset: rural thinking in Atlantic Canada shifting to possibilities
Building on tradition holds promise for the future of rural communities in Atlantic Canada
Imagination, co-operation help secure future in Atlantic Canada's small towns
Attracting, hiring newcomers: who's making a difference in Atlantic Canada?
While there’s lots of room for growth in efforts to attract and hire more immigrants in Atlantic Canada, a number of businesses and organizations across the East Coast are on a pathway to success by employing or helping ...
Employing immigrants - how can we get businesses on board?
Getting skilled immigrants into the workforce often relies on making a connection with employers and dispelling myths of impossible accreditation. People trying to grow Atlantic Canada’s immigrant workforce say there’s a growing awareness ...
How can Atlantic Canada attract newcomers and convince them to stay?
We know immigration is key to our economic and population growth. Attracting newcomers seems easy enough, but getting them to stay appears more complicated. Finding employment — jobs to create a life here — is a big factor. What are their ...