Rick Perkins, a South Shore resident, is making a dissenting shareholder’s effort to replace the board of a publicly traded liquor chain in Alberta.
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 Northend Halifax.
There is a rare 50-year-old single malt bottle of Scotch safely locked up in a wooden cabinet at a Nova Scotia Liquor Corp store
The Wark family of Hammonds Plains has had a longstanding passion and love affair for union work.
I refer to Joan Wark and Larry Wark, a couple who first met during the Canso Crisis, nearly 30 years ago.
Last week, I reported that the three Yarmouth-raised Pink brothers have come to dominate different segments of the Halifax legal community.
Atlantic Windows is establishing a beachhead in Ontario, proprietor and business tycoon Steve Smith tells The Macdonald Notebook.
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 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 Northend Halifax. This is because inter-provincial...
Compelling Journalism in the Maritimes Since 1989 will have a new home – soon.
As he prepares to mark his 30th year as a newsman, Nova Scotian journalist Andrew Macdonald is taking the next step in the logical evolution of his news career.
Compelling Journalism in the Maritimes Since 1989, will have a new home at www.TheMacdonaldNotebook.ca, as Andrew launches into media ownership.