P.E.I. weather, travel updates for Monday, Feb. 24
Hundreds of P.E.I. children on waiting list for childcare spaces
Newfoundland Growlers end losing streak with win over Mariners
A banner day at Mile One Centre in St. John's as Carl English's number ...
CINDY'S SNAPSHOT: Snacking in the sun
CINDY'S SNAPSHOT: Beautiful morning scene
CINDY'S SNAPSHOT: Wall of ice
St. John's Edge completes weekend sweep of Island Storm
Mom accuses Halifax police of racial profiling in boy's violent arrest ...
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$6.8 million Ocean Supercluster project to boost startups in Atlantic Canada
Uncertainty over rail blockades leads ACL to skip Halifax
Funding will help Newfoundland offshore company grow, hire local, government says
CN Rail, Via temporarily laying off hundreds of workers after blockades
Uprooted by fire, business blooming for Paradise flower shop in new location
Delivered meal kits most popular in Atlantic Canada's kitchens: survey
Clarenville, NL renews Eastlink Events Centre sponsorship deal with Browning Harvey-Pepsi
The Eastlink Events Centre (EEC) has officially renewed a five-year sponsorship agreement with Browning Harvey-Pepsi. The deal will give the town $10,000 over five years, at $2,000 annually. Councillors gave their approval for the deal at the ...
Valentine’s Day good for many Cape Breton businesses
Tara Parsons-Donovan literally laughed out loud when asked if Valentine’s Day spiked interest in the custom baked goods her Not Just Cakes bakery has to offer. At the moment of her spontaneous expression of happiness, she was about to put ...
Debt is relationship killer, even at Valentine’s Day: Credit Canada
Instead of talking about their debt issues, some Canadians are simply breaking up to avoid buying a Valentine’s Day gift. That’s one of the findings from a Credit Canada survey of more than 1,500 Canadians that showed 11 per cent of ...
Sydney River native's guitar pick business taking root
With roots in Cape Breton, Calgary-based Tree Picks are catching on with guitarists around the world seeking a richer sound. The company was created by Sydney River native Adam Chiasson, 38, who has been living in Calgary for the past 15 years. ...
Western Canada restaurant chain adds Benjamin Bridge to wine list
The Earls restaurant chain, based in western Canada, now offers a menu item from Nova Scotia. As of this week, 22 Earls locations in Alberta, B.C. and Manitoba and the King Street West location in Toronto have added to their wine list the ...
UPDATED: Canada Post workers to demonstrate Thursday
For temporary workers with Canada Post in St. John’s, Stormageddon highlighted their “awful situation.” That’s how Canadian Union of Postal Workers St. John’s local spokesperson and past-president Craig Dyer describes ...
Intersect Challenge to tackle dive industry solutions
As one of the first dive shops to ever to open in Cape Breton continues its penchant for innovation, its transitioning to inshore diving and marine services has developed a need for equipment to match the growing and ever-changing nature of its ...
Snowmageddon drove St. John's snow accessory, travel trade
Snowshoes, snowblowers, snow shovels, snowmobiles… most anything with snow in the title is a good trade these days after a few lackluster winters were blown away by Snowmageddon. 2020. For some businesses like Smith’s Home Hardware on ...
Brennan family celebrates 40 years in business at Fort Equipment
FORT LAWRENCE, N.S. – Family and loyalty are two characteristics Bernie Brennan has held close to his heart since going into business in 1980. Brennan came to Amherst in February 1980 when he and his wife, Jennifer, purchased Fort Equipment ...
Cape Breton's first cider house readying for spring opening
The local entrepreneur behind a soon-to-open cidery has asked Cape Breton Regional Municipality council to tweak a land-use bylaw to allow the north end Sydney establishment to serve beer and wine in addition to its signature product. Island ...