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Don Mills breaks the Seven Seals

Pollster-cum-omiexpert Don Mills has offered up seven solutions to Nova Scotia’s lackluster economic situation.
I’m going to tell you what I think about them…

Retain our youth: extend payroll rebates… 416 more words

Nova Scotia

Cristobal will have some impact on Atlantic Canada

Hurricane Cristobal continues to churn in the Atlantic tonight, about 450 km east-southeast of Cape Hatteras and racing northeastward toward the Grand Banks.

The Canadian Hurricane Centre says Cristobal will likely merge with a cold front moving southward over Atlantic Canada. 22 more words


770 Canadian Army soldiers to take part in Exercise STRIDENT TRACER 2014 starting Saturday

By David Pugliese

Defence Watch

Canadian Army soldiers in Atlantic Canada will be at 5th Canadian Division Support Base (5 CDSB) Gagetown starting Saturday for a large-scale collective exercise. 263 more words

Defence Watch

Tooth fairy pays premium for baby teeth in Atlantic Canada

TORONTO – If you’re a kid in Atlantic Canada, here’s a reason to smile. According to a new survey, the tooth fairy is paying a premium for baby teeth in the Maritimes and Newfoundland. 231 more words


For Canadian law firms, the East Coast beckons

Canada’s East Coast is a legal hot spot.

In the past few months, Torys LLP has opened an office in Halifax and Cognition LLP has set up an Atlantic Canada branch in Florenceville-Bristol, N.B. 304 more words

Legal Post

Good Policies Brewing in New Brunswick

In June, the New Brunswick Liquor Corporation (NBLC) introduced a regulation requiring craft brewers to sell 10,000 liters of beer through NBLC liquor stores before the government would issue them a Brewery Agency Store (BAS) license. 270 more words


The History of the South Korean Won

If you are in Korea or visiting Korea, you’ll definitely have to handle with South Korean won (South Korean currency) .You will probably be spending a lot of your Korean money everyday, and you will be seeing the faces on the money everyday as well, right? 682 more words

Atlantic Canada