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Eugene’s General Store reopens in temporary location in Tignish
There’s less space than before, but it’s pretty much business as usual for Eugene’s General Store and Drive Thru in Tignish. The main store was destroyed by fire on Oct. 6, but the drive thru, located in a separate building, was ...
Curtain closing on Mavor's restaurant in Charlottetown
The final act is fast approaching for Mavor’s – a restaurant that has been costing the Confederation Centre of the Arts money for years. Steve Bellamy, the centre’s CEO, says the restaurant will serve its last meal on Dec. 21, ...
Charlottetown business gets ready to move into new building
The owner of Mike’s Queen Street Meat Market is looking forward to settling into his new shop. As the old building, formerly known as the Queen Street Meat Market, was being torn down behind him Wednesday morning, Mike Frizzell said he ...
Rural Women’s Business Centre opens in Bedeque Nov. 12
Equipped with a printer, wi-fi, several large tables and some smaller workstations, the Rural Women’s Business Centre is ready to be home to Island businesswomen. Located in the former Callbeck’s general store in Bedeque - which ...
Charlottetown coffee shop relocates its base of operations to Winsloe-West Royalty
Receiver Coffee Co. has moved its roastery and bakery out of the downtown core and out onto the North River Causeway. Owner, operator and head coffee roaster Chris Francis said the space will afford his business the ability to provide more ...
Craft kombucha breweries cropping up across Atlantic Canada
Former international winemakers Kevin and Alexis Moore launched Goodmore Kombucha two weeks before their first baby was born. That was two years ago, and now bottles of their hand-crafted fermented tea are sold across the province in slightly ...
Does subsidizing electric vehicles help ease the climate emergency?
A good electric car for Newfoundland and Labrador might seem like an oxymoron: The stereotype of an expensive rinky-dink coupe with a small range that worsens in cold temperatures, set against the backdrop of a vast, largely rural province with ...
Business connects P.E.I. residents with energy efficiency
For businessman Matt Eye, it’s about connecting with people. His company, M.B. Eye Electrical of Charlottetown, operates under the slogan: “Innovative Electrical Solutions”. Thanks to Island programs to help lower-income ...
P.E.I. contributes over $24,000 to Atlantic Superstore campaign for IWK
Atlantic Superstore presented a gift of $260,000 to the IWK Foundation on Oct. 16. More than $24,000 of this amount was raised in P.E.I. “When you have cancer, some days just aren’t fun, but it’s pretty cool to be able to ...
P.E.I.-based Cows Creamery Butter wins first prize at Royal Winter Agricultural Fair
Cows Creamery has announced that its butter has been awarded first prize at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto. “It is an honour to have received first prize for our butter,” says Cows Creamery wholesale manager, ...