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    Can one vegetable resurrect TrentonWorks?

    BY SEAN KELLY, TRANSCONTINENTAL MEDIA The Nova Scotia Business Journal SCOTSBURN – It was very much like the pitch of a travelling salesman: the positive talking points came easy but the catch was hard to discern. About 100 farmers and their families showed up at Sandy Stewart’s Scotsburn farm Thursday morning to listen to representatives...
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    Office, industrial real estate outlook

    HALIFAX EDITED BY STAFF, TRANSCONTINENTAL MEDIA The Nova Scotia Business Journal The year end total vacancy rate for central Halifax is a mere 3.5 per cent, which adds fuel to the debate of the need for new development in downtown Halifax. The Armour Group’s Waterside Centre, which would have created 80,000 square feet of new...
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    Sydney

    Chamber dismayed with comments on Sydney Port Development

    SYDNEY EDITED BY STAFF, TRANSCONTINENTAL MEDIA The Nova Scotia Business Journal Playing politics with port development isn’t right, says the Sydney and Area Chamber of Commerce. This position was taken in the wake of recent public comments by Herald Theriault, Liberal MLA for Digby-Annapolis, decrying public investment in new Nova Scotia port capac...
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    Sydney

    Liberal MLA’s comments stir controversy over container terminal proposals

    SYDNEY TOM AYERS, TRANSCONTINENTAL MEDIA The Nova Scotia Business Journal A Liberal MLA’s comments on infrastructure spending that would help the private sector with new container terminals in Sydney and Melford have stirred up a minor controversy. The Sydney and Area Chamber of Commerce says Digby-Annapolis MLA Harold Theriault is putting the dred...
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    Province unveils plan for environmental protection, economic growth

    HALIFAX EDITED BY STAFF, TRANSCONTINENTAL MEDIA The Nova Scotia Business Journal By 2020, Nova Scotia will be cleaner, greener and more prosperous. The province’s 2009 Energy Strategy and Climate Change Action Plan released today, Jan. 16, will demand caps on emissions, more renewable energy and greater energy efficiency, and encourage growth...

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This established business-to-business journal, published 12 times a year, features coverage of premier events, local success stories, issues affecting Nova Scotia’s many business sectors, and sought-after special features.

Every month, 70,000 copies (including 28,000 copies in the Halifax-Dartmouth area) are distributed throughout Nova Scotia to individual subscribers and selected businesses.
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