The Journal Pioneer
P.E.I. businesses, Discover Charlottetown come together to support vendors after cancellation of Victorian Market
P.E.I. oyster industry gets funding to redistribute surplus stock due to COVID
New Summerside book café sells Vietnamese food, crafts
Fisheries minister's aquatic species protection announcement is a moment of deja vu
THE PIVOT: Atlantic Christmas craft fairs cratered, but organizer's online store could keep crafters afloat
Tyne Valley's Ronnie's Boutique showcasing Island artisan, craft vendors
P.E.I. food business enables chefs to share their homemade recipes with customers
Dwitya Rulhadi loves to cook – and those who know her love when she cooks for them. "But working in a kitchen is hard. It's a hard job," she said. For the founders of Tenchef, Rulhadi is a key ingredient in a recipe ...
East Coast fishers collect $96 million from Ottawa aid package
Ottawa didn’t spend as much money as expected this year on aid for fish harvesters impacted by COVID. When the pandemic hit earlier this year just as the fishing season was about to start, the Canadian government rolled out a $479 million ...
Home Hardware back in Stratford
It's been five years, but Stratford residents finally have a Home Hardware store back in the community. “It’s been pretty steady traffic here all day. We’re pretty happy with the support the community has given us so ...
Oceana Canada urges DFO to implement Fisheries Act laws and rebuilding plans
Dr. Robert Rangelely says the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) needs to change its approach to managing fish stocks in Canada, by first determining how many fish should be left in the water. Rangeley is a marine biologist and Director of ...
Montague café owner jumps on chance to open second location in Stratford
Matt Clendinning didn't even know how to make a decent cup of coffee when he first decided to open a café. "I just figured I'd jump in and try it," he said. But one year, one pandemic and one impromptu wedding ...
Kraken Robotics leads East Coast tech companies on Canada's fastest-growing list
Kraken Robotics Systems Inc. has two more reasons to celebrate. The Mount Pearl company has just been named one of the Top 50 Fastest growing technology, media and telecommunications companies in Canada by Deloitte, and among the Top 500 Fastest ...
Video: East Coast Lifestyle and Covered Bridge potato chip collaboration seeks Atlantic authenticity
A year after Alex MacLean’s “cold email” to Covered Bridge Potato Chips, the new chip he envisioned will be on store shelves this weekend. “They’re on their way across Canada, to all Sobey’s, all Whole Foods, ...
Humble Barber resets with new Summerside location
Sean Aylward has a new space in Summerside for the Humble Barber and with it an opportunity to get back to the original vision he had for the business. "We sort of outgrew the old space," said Aylward, who first opened the Summerside ...
Grieg Seafoods outlines plans to ditch Scottish operation, increase production in Canada, including Newfoundland
Grieg Seafood ASA of Norway is pulling out of Scotland and will aim to increase production in Canada and Norway to 130,000 tonnes of salmon annually by 2025. That’s the main message in the company’s third-quarter report released this ...
A sweet deal: P.E.I. sisters open new chocolate shop in Stanley Bridge
Sue Humby and Jane Woodley are reminded why they got into the chocolate business every time someone bites into, and enjoys, one of their creations. "It's delightful. That's why we do it," said Humby, who co-owns the Jane & ...