Business Voice

Latest Issue: February / March 2024

Cover story

A once-in-a-lifetime fight

February 1, 2024

There's no one action or answer to the current housing crisis, so everyone, including communities, are needed at the table

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Spotlight

A positive impact

February 1, 2024

Developing Black community-driven housing solutions through the Community Housing Growth Fund

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Member Profile

With Sheri Lecker at the helm, Adsum keeps going and growing after 40 years

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Guest Post

Communities change. At our YMCA, we have over 170 years of experience on the front lines, and we know our communities. We grow and evolve as they do so that we are always working to meet people’s most pressing needs.

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Guest Post

GTO offers a wage subsidy to small businesses, start-ups and non-profits who create permanent full-time jobs for recent grads in Nova Scotia.

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Guest Post

SkillsonlineNS.ca is a joint project of the Department of Labour, Skills, and Immigration (LSI), the Nova Scotia Association of Community Business Development Corporations (NSACBDCs) and Bluedrop ISM providing online training and prof. development courses

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Guest Post

With the dog days of summer on the horizon, it’s prime time for Halifax residents and tourists alike to enjoy our vibrant coastal city.

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Guest Post

As we wrap up Mental Health Week, as a new member of the Chamber, we wanted to share with members and their families our free resource that is available to help you manage and overcome mild to moderate mental health issues.

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Guest Post

Nova Scotian foodies get ready to be blown away with diverse and rich cuisine as ByBlacks Restaurant Week (BRW) returns with a week-long celebration of flavours, textures, and aromas.

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Guest Post

Are you an employer having difficulty finding workers? Are you considering employing a foreign worker? Here’s what you need to know in Nova Scotia.

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Guest Post

This past fall marked a decade for me as Mayor — an anniversary that makes me reflect on the past and think about the future.

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Guest Post

Mahone Bay to welcome 28 new residents

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Guest Post

A study from Express Employment Solutions found that only 40 per cent of Canadian companies report having a DEI policy, with another 17 per cent of companies planning to implement one.

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Guest Post

8 Award Winners Announced at Digital Nova Scotia’s Tech Forward Awards Presented by RBC. INNOVATION, DIVERSITY IN DIGITAL RECOGNIZED AT AWARDS CEREMONY

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Guest Post

Local partnership offers combined services that aim to break the cycles that can lead to criminalization.

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Despite a difficult labour market and the need for remote work in many industries, employers stepped up and Dalhousie Rowe School of Business students persevered over the past year, proving that not even a pandemic can stop work-integrated learning.

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Guest Post

Grads inspire innovation

January 14, 2021

A young talent helps Spring Loaded Technology adapt with creative solutions during COVID-19.

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Guest Post

I’ve been saying it for years—from the moment that I immigrated to Canada and chose Nova Scotia to be my home—the Maritimes is different. Maritimers truly care about each other and always dig deep to support those in need.

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Guest Post

The art of adapting to change

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A Halifax for all

February 4, 2020

Entering a new decade with new purpose

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Guest Post

A recent graduate from halfway around the world is adding diversity and sharing her world-view perspective at Atlantic Canada’s oldest market research company.

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