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THE PIVOT: P.E.I.'s Anchor Motel changes tack
The owner of the Anchor Motel and Suites, just outside Summerside, improved his bottom line during the tourism season-crushing pandemic last year by renting out rooms on a weekly and monthly basis. “Prior to COVID-19, we rented essentially ...
P.E.I.'s SpaceCamp Productions wins $25,000 pitch competition
If you can't book time and go to a recording and production studio in person, then Donald Richard and Jake Charron's new business can bring the studio to you. "We can just set up in anybody's house or in any space that we would ...
Premier says province committed to economic recovery in Cape Breton
Premier Iain Rankin says his government will not forget about Cape Breton as the province works toward strengthening Nova Scotia's COVID-19-battered economy. And, in a virtual roundtable discussion with members of the Cape Breton Regional ...
Lucky Bean cafés in Montague, Stratford win new business, community impact awards
Matt Clendinning is usually a strong and polished public speaker. But when The Lucky Bean Cafe owner's name was called to accept an Eastern P.E.I. Chamber of Commerce award, Clendinning was caught off guard, shocked and felt a bit like a ...
ROGER TAYLOR: U.S. fund's acquisition of Great Canadian Gaming clears another hurdle
A U.S. fund's acquisition of Great Canadian Gaming Corp., operator of the two casinos in Nova Scotia, took another step closer to completion Monday after the proposed $45-per-share deal received approval under the Investment Canada ...
ARTHUR GAUDREAU: Finding Goodfare Halifax worth the effort
Hidden at 56 Walter Havill Dr. is Goodfare Halifax, a cafe and pantry. And I mean hidden. You enter the Stoneridge Centre between two residential buildings and then take the hallway on the left to the end, where you find a delightful bright ...
Cape Breton's Big Spruce fights racial injustice with new brew
NYANZA — A Cape Breton brewery is releasing a new brew to call out racial injustice. Big Spruce Brewery announced the release of its own version of Black is Beautiful, the flagship beer of an international brewing project. The ...
Cape Breton seafood processors receive federal seafood stabilization funds
SYDNEY — Two fish and seafood processors in Cape Breton are receiving over $536,000 as part of the federal government’s Canadian Seafood Stabilization Fund. Lobsters ‘R’ Us Seafood in Lower L’Ardoise is receiving ...
Meet a ‘mompreneur’: Creativity, family the inspiration behind Dolan’s Fabric & Flour
A Kings County “mompreneur” is putting skills that she learned by making things out of fabric and flour for her family to work. ...
BLAKE DOYLE: The cadence of recovery
For the last 13 months our economic metronome has swayed at a sedentary pace. That, now, must change. It is time for our elected leaders to lead, pull back the comfort of the emergency measure blanket and demonstrate courage required to reset the ...