Dustbane Products Ltd. of Ottawa, Ontario, a leading Canadian manufacturer of products and solutions for the janitorial and sanitation industry, is giving its support to ISSA Hygieia Network, designed to help women advance in the cleaning industry…
Margaret Patricia Eaton
Keeping Canada Clean—and Canadians Safe—Since 1908
From the Ocean to Your Plate
For 30 years, Kildare Fisheries of Kildare, PEI has been laser-focused on getting top-quality seafood, including pasteurized Jonah crab and lobster, under the Kildare Princess brand, to Global markets.
The Voice of Tourism in Nova Scotia Just Got Stronger
Tourism Industry Association of Nova Scotia (TIANS)
Things have changed in a post-pandemic world, but the Tourism Industry Association of Nova Scotia (TIANS) is forming strategic partnerships as it builds a holistic approach to tourism to make the change for the better.
In the Middle of Everything that Matters
Town of Grand Falls–Windsor, Newfoundland and Labrador
Grand Falls–Windsor, centrally located on the island of Newfoundland, is a welcoming, family-oriented, business-friendly community with much to offer residents and visitors alike.
Beautiful, Busy, and Boosting the Island
Port Charlottetown, PE
“You can’t underestimate the significance of a port to a community, or in this case to the whole province,” says Mike Cochrane, CEO of the Charlottetown Harbour Authority Inc., which manages Port Charlottetown.
The Science of Productivity
Since 1982, Symbiote, a family-owned company founded by Travis Randolph, has been designing flexible, mobile, modular laboratory solutions for the education, technology, security, biotechnology, and health markets.
A Perfect Place for Business
Truro & Colchester Partnership for Economic Prosperity
Since 2017, the Truro & Colchester Partnership for Economic Prosperity (TCPEP) has been driving economic development in the centrally located Colchester region of Nova Scotia.
A New Model for Growth
Envision Saint John: The Regional Growth Agency
In January 2021, the beginning of Year Two of the pandemic, most municipalities were working on survival plans. But not the Saint John Region in New Brunswick on Canada’s east coast. Their municipal leaders set loftier goals: rather than survive, they would thrive.
Creating Opportunities for Business
West Prince Chamber of Commerce, Prince Edward Island
As a voice for western PEI, the West Prince Chamber of Commerce, headquartered in Bloomfield, is a member of the Atlantic Chamber of Commerce, a non-profit organization that fosters networking events and opportunities to develop business relationships and contacts.
The Smallest County with the Biggest Plans
Eastern Prince Edward Island Chamber of Commerce
On Prince Edward Island, we headed east, crossing Queen’s County and bypassing the provincial capital of Charlottetown to come to King’s County, where we spoke with Lori MacGregor, Executive Director, and Sandra Hodder, Rural Labour Market Project lead for the Eastern PEI Chamber of Commerce.
Bigger, Better (& Safer) Than Ever
Trade Shows Are Back
What does a two-pound lobster have in common with an industrial crane weighing 40 tonnes? Truthfully, I can’t come up with a clever answer – they really don’t have much in common.
How This Female-led Grass Roots Company Grew Into a Multi-million Dollar Live Lobster Exporting Company
Fishermen's Premium Atlantic Lobster Inc. & Lobster1
Fishermen’s Premium Atlantic Lobster Inc., a leading exporter of live lobster based on Nova Scotia’s south shore since 2015, has now teamed up with New Brunswicker Ted ‘Lobster1’ Baxter, to expand its customer base…
Don’t Move – Apartment Communities Coming to Where You Are
Andrew Cameron, Vice-President of Northumberland Properties, is a man on a mission. He believes that everyone – especially seniors – should have access to affordable and accessible housing wherever they live and should not have to trek to urban areas to find it.
We’re In This Together
Keeping Colleagues Connected, While Apart
Every generation has a turning point – a historical marker people reference when comparing what life was like before and after.
The 25-Year Link
Strait Crossing Bridge Ltd.
The 12.9 km (8.9-mile) Confederation Bridge linking Prince Edward Island to the mainland is a stretch of the Trans-Canada Highway that crosses the Northumberland Strait. But that doesn’t begin to describe a structure which is the longest bridge in the world over ice covered waters.
Move Over Silicon Valley – Silicon Slopes Coming Through
City of Lehi, UT
Since 2000, Lehi City, Utah, the eighth fastest-growing city in the U.S., has been pioneering Utah’s future as the preferred home for tech giants. The city’s great lifestyle, above-average salaries, and abundance of housing come wrapped in the natural beauty of lakes, rivers, and mountains.
The Better Way to Bank
It’s good to find a financial institution like CUA, a provider of services and benefits that open the door to brighter financial futures for its customers, and a place where everyone’s voice is heard.
A Seamless Process from Inception to Final Inspection
Few pause to admire the well-functioning ventilation system of a commercial kitchen. It’s the original unsung hero. But we will notice when the atmosphere is redolent of deep-fat frying, or when the kitchen staff is oxygen-deprived and exhausted—and it will be too late.
The Future of Bakery Automation
ABI LTD, of Richmond Hill, Ontario, has emerged as a global leader in the manufacture and integration of automated baking equipment. The company makes it its mission “to empower every bakery to maximize their potential. We do this by being a technology and equipment partner.”
Print on Demand
The Intersection of Retail and Art
Increasingly, discerning consumers looking for unique apparel and home décor products are turning to print-on-demand (POD) manufacturing businesses partnered with independent artists. We decided it was time to find out what the buzz is all about.
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