The Yarmouth-born Pink siblings have long dominated segments of the Halifax legal community.
Last week at the Cunard Centre, two of Atlantic Canada’s most entrepreneurial journalists, David Bentley and daughter Caroline Wood, gave out their secrets to success and hundreds of Nova Scotia’s best and brightest in business and politics gathered to listen.
By Andrew Macdonald Halifax waterfront craft brewer Garrison Brewery is talking about the 25-year-old Maritime Beer Accord. And suds maker Brian Titus, the company’s president, wants changes to the accord which was put into effect in 1992 by then premiers Don Cameron...
By Andrew Macdonald Provincial governments, including the McNeil regime, recently signed into effect a Canada-wide free trade agreement, and it has caused me to question the long term future of the Oland Brewery in north end Halifax. This is because inter-provincial...
Kelly Toughill, a King’s School of Journalism professor, has launched a national news weekly website aimed at international students studying in Canada, particularly those interested in settling in this country.
A 130-acre farm in West River Station in Pictou County is renting out egg-laying chickens to customers.
His own first name just didn’t have the kind of tone chef Gary Kent wanted for his new venture back in 2013.
“Gary’s Fish and Chips…maybe… but I didn’t think ‘Gary’s Dressings’ was a distinctive enough name,” said the Yarmouth-based chef and businessman.
South Shore winemaker Sean Sears, a Halifax and Antigonish businessman, is forecasting a record harvest of grapes this fall.
Leading Truro car dealership operator Duane Rath has beefed up his enterprise in New Glasgow and expanded into Antigonish.
Former three decade long hotelier Nick Carson says the 300 hotel rooms at the Nova Centre are critical for the facility, and there is room for them along with the 3,000 hotel units in downtown Halifax.