Charlottetown bakery about to expand into second location devoted to cakes
Destination Cape Breton optimistic for better tourism season with Atlantic bubble creation
Some seasonal stops in P.E.I. stay shuttered this summer
P.E.I., Nova Scotia companies strike partnership to manufacture equipment for cannabis extraction
Nova Scotia company's beverage picked up by Costco
Davids Tea seeks creditor protection while it closes stores and refocuses on online and wholesale sales
Postmedia posts third-quarter loss as pandemic pressures revenues
Postmedia Network Canada Corp. posted a $13.8 million net loss in its fiscal third quarter as both print and digital advertising revenue declined significantly as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the company said Thursday. In the quarter, which ...
Businesses left in the dark about Liberal wage subsidy program as deficit reaches $343B
OTTAWA — The Liberal government is planning a massive increase to its wage subsidy program but is providing few details about how the expansion will work. Industry groups expressed frustration at the lack of details and urged Finance ...
Office towers face tall order to be as productive as before the pandemic
As Canada plans to relax restrictions on movements and gatherings, businesses have started to prepare for a staged reopening. For those who work in office towers, small or tall, a safe return to work is the joint responsibility of landlords, ...
THE PIVOT: Dempsey Corner Orchards eyes agri-tourists as key to success
The Players: Ex-chicken farmer Robert Horst and his wife, Louise, left Ontario behind them, moved to the Annapolis Valley, and bought the 200-acre Dempsey Corner Orchards agri-tourism business in April last year for $1.3 million. The ...
RETALES: Dartmouth partners pair wine and cocktails at new bar, Dear Friend
“Taverns have had a strange history of succeeding when coming out of recession,“ says Matt Boyle, who is opening wine and cocktail bar Dear Friend this week with partner Jeffrey Van Horne. The two mixologists have already been ...
Canada business sentiment 'strongly negative' as coronavirus pandemic, low oil prices weigh: Bank of Canada survey
OTTAWA - Business sentiment in Canada is "strongly negative" even as COVID-19 restrictions have eased, though roughly half of firms surveyed expect their sales to recover to pre-pandemic levels within 12 months, a Bank of Canada survey ...
VIDEO: Atlantic bubble travellers line up at North Sydney’s Marine Atlantic terminal after travel restrictions lifted
Less than 12 hours after the opening of the Atlantic bubble for interprovincial travel, passenger traffic wasted no time lining up at North Sydney’s Marine Atlantic terminal on Friday. More than 30 passenger vehicles lined up in the ...
Student accomodations industry preparing for 'negative effect' online university classes will have this fall
Halifax has long been a university town, with fresh-eyed new students travelling from around the world every year to undertake the next step in their education at one of the many college campuses here. But like everything else it has touched, ...
Amphibious Harbour Hopper not returning to Sydney for second straight year
The Harbour Hopper has decided to hop over Sydney harbour for the 2020 season. Ambassatours Gray Line, the company that operates the Harbour Hopper experience, confirmed the large blue, green and yellow amphibious vehicle tour won’t return ...
Dave Wilson, patriarch of Wilsons Fuel Co., dies at 91
Dave Wilson, who helped solidify and expand his family’s business Wilsons Fuel Co., has died. Born in Truro 91 years ago, Wilson was one of four children. His entrepreneurial skills emerged during his days at King’s-Edgehill ...