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Pieridae seeks grant, loan or loan guarantee worth $925 million from government for Goldboro LNG terminal
Pieridae Energy and environmental groups opposed to its proposed Goldboro liquefied natural gas export terminal have been exchanging cease-and-desist letters. It began after four environmental groups (NOFRAC, the Citizens Oil and Gas Council, ...
THE PIVOT: Revenue rise at East Coast Balloon Adventures in Wolfville
Hot air balloon pilot Seth Bailey and his wife, Katherine Bailey, more than tripled the revenue of East Coast Balloon Adventures last year and are expanding again. “This year, we have two balloons,” said Seth. “The new one ...
ROGER TAYLOR: Halifax's QRA Corp. raises US$3 million in equity financing
QRA Corp. of Halifax has raised US$3 million in funding to finance expansion of its sales, marketing and customer support teams in order to meet increased demand for its software across North America and Europe. Jordan Kyriakidis, theoretical ...
Hole in the Wall Italian restaurant opens in downtown Windsor
Windsor’s restaurant scene is expanding once again, this time offering hungry visitors an upscale dining experience. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Windsor has lost two of its higher-end restaurants — first, with the ...
Chorus Aviation announces aircraft leasing deal with Sky Alps
Chorus Aviation Inc. has landed a new customer in Europe. Chorus Aviation Capital has entered into agreements to lease two De Havilland Canada Dash 8-400 aircraft to Sky Alps of Bolzano, Italy. CAC expects to deliver the aircraft in April and May, ...
Charlottetown restaurant owners launching passenger boat business
For Neally Currie and Jenna Shinn, owners of the Salt & Sol Restaurant and Lounge, there's always a "what's next". And what's next for the Charlottetown entrepreneurs is a new, but related, business venture – owning ...
Benjamin Bridge ages bottles beneath surface of Northumberland Strait
Alex Morozov was on a frozen riverbank overlooking the Northumberland Strait, envisioning unemployment. Morozov, the assistant winemaker at Benjamin Bridge, was the point man for the winery’s project in which hundreds of bottles of expensive ...
Outdoor dining in Cape Breton expected to attract pandemic-fatigued clientele
SYDNEY – Patio season is on the way and local restauranteurs are optimistic cooped-up Cape Bretoners will emerge from winter hibernation hungry for some outdoor dining. Local food and beverage establishments received some support from the ...
The biotech craze: Cape Breton is attracting more companies with cutting-edge technology
There are some smart people coming to Cape Breton. One of them is Nisha Sarveswaran, an aerospace engineer by trade who now heads a biotech company presently in the process of commercializing its innovative device that can detect bacteria in food ...
ROGER TAYLOR: Halifax Partnership helps small business develop online presence
When Erin Dawe lost her job last year due to the pandemic, it was stressful and motivating. The spouse of a military man and mother of two young boys, Dawe decided she had to go for it and start her own business. So, last October she opened a ...