2-minute reads Part 3: Who are the people in our neighbourhood?
CINDY DAY: Debunking a meteorological myth
Mount Allison researchers hoping to get insiders’ view into cannabis ...
NB Agricultural Alliance launches Why local? Why not? campaign
Front licence plates to be eliminated in New Brunswick
Safe senior driving: As eyesight fades, eye discipline can compensate
A dicey drive in the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Black Edition
FIRST DRIVE: Hyundai hits home run with 2020 Kona electric
MY HANDMADE HOME: Updated living room photo ledges
The Sackville Tribune Post
The Fed's rate cut may be the spark oilsands investors have been waiting for
BRIAN LILLEY: Trudeau Liberals block another attempt to hold them to account
SCOTT HANNAH: Six big mistakes people make when trying to get out of debt
Tips to pay off your mortgage early
SCOTT HANNAH: Eight savvy money moves to make in your 40s
JIM GARNER: Why buying travel health insurance doesn't buy peace of mind
ENTREVESTOR: Atlantic Venture Forum showcases startup potential
The Atlantic Venture Forum is showcasing an interesting group of entrepreneurs this week — a young group that collectively says they are on the cusp of exponential revenue growth. The annual conference is a meeting place between East Coast ...
ENTREVESTOR: Atlantic Canadian startups eyeing the stock market like never before
The stock market is looming larger in the Atlantic Canadian startup community than it ever has before, as several leading companies are choosing public markets as the best option to secure long-term financing. Just in the past week, Metamaterial ...
ENTREVESTOR: Ocean Supercluster asks for R&D support
Halifax-based Graphite Innovation and Technologies and three partners plan to apply to Canada’s Ocean Supercluster for support for R&D into GIT’s product, a coating that protects ships and equipment from the sea. GIT, which uses ...
ENTREVESTOR: Halifax’s Proof wins Canadian leg of Duke of York's entrepreneurship competition
Proof, whose Software-as-a-Service platform helps governments make better decisions, can add another trophy to the cabinet, having won the Pitch@Palace event in Toronto last month. The company, which is a resident of Volta in Halifax, has quietly ...
ENTREVESTOR: Ocean Sonics expands into new HQ
Ocean Sonics, the Nova Scotia-based maker of equipment that listens to and monitors the oceans, has moved into a new headquarters in Truro Heights that will facilitate growth of staff, innovation and sales. Ocean Sonics designs and manufactures ...
ENTREVESTOR: Startup specialists produce award-winning Devil's Keep vodka
Two well-known drivers of New Brunswick’s innovation sector are celebrating a win. ...
ENTREVESTOR: VineView hires new technology chief
With a new chief technology officer on board and revenues expected to hit $1 million this year, Bedford-based VineView is on the hunt for capital — hoping to close a $10 million funding round near the end of the year. VineView uses aerial ...
ENTREVESTOR: The force behind Fredericton's cybersecurity hub
The man driving the creation of the Canadian Institute for Cybersecurity and the private company Eyesover, Ali Ghorbani’s résumé is an impressive document — and he’s not finished adding to it. Before serving as the ...
ENTREVESTOR: A startup, $5,000 and a laundry service
When Gavin Andrews, CEO of Sydney-based Tracker Inventory Systems, pitched at the Volta Cohort event in Halifax last week, one thing that was overlooked was the fascinating story of how the company was formed. Tracker Inventory, which has produced ...