Report: Raptors sign Dartmouth's Lindell Wigginton to play in summer ...
Pictou County Fuel Fund recognizes community contributions
New Glasgow brings a 'cultural tour to people's backyard' for June 27 ...
Pictou County to host Atlantic conference for IOOF Lodges this summer
Minke whale beaches near mouth of Shubenacadie River
Pictou County students create a cozy eco-friendly option for hot drinks
ENTREVESTOR: Halifax's Kula Partners launches Synchrostack
ENTREVESTOR: NovaResp aims to improve treatment for sleep apnea
ENTREVESTOR: Atlantic Venture Forum showcases startup potential
ENTREVESTOR: Atlantic Canadian startups eyeing the stock market like never before
ENTREVESTOR: Ocean Supercluster asks for R&D support
ENTREVESTOR: Halifax’s Proof wins Canadian leg of Duke of York's entrepreneurship competition
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 ...
ENTREVESTOR: Ashored represents Canada in MassChallenge
After fielding 3,000 applications, MassChallenge this month accepted 100 startups into its international accelerator for 2019, and it included only one Canadian company — Ashored Innovations of Dartmouth. In an interview after the ...
ENTREVESTOR: AtlanTick selling natural tick repellent
When Lisa Ali’s sons became sick with body pain and swollen joints, she had no idea what was wrong. It turned out the boys, then aged 12 and nine, had developed Lyme disease. Their illness led their mom to found AtlanTick Repellent Products, ...
ENTREVESTOR: Moltex Energy generating power from New Brunswick’s nuclear waste
A British company is developing a 300-megawatt power plant in New Brunswick to source electricity from spent nuclear fuel, and says it could make Saint John a hub for similar zero-carbon plants around the world. Moltex Energy signed an agreement ...