Business Voice

Latest Issue: May / June 2024

Cover story

Extending the table

May 1, 2024

Ann Divine joins the Halifax Chamber’s Board of Directors as Chair for 2024-2025

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Spotlight

Working toward a more accessible Nova Scotia by 2030

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Member Profile

On a musical note

May 1, 2024

How the Maritime Conservatory forever changed the music of Halifax

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Creating a more inclusive and prosperous future for our community

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Of HRCE’s more than 58,000 (and growing) students, 11 per cent are newcomers

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Neptune Theatre’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead

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Why empowering women in the workplace is so important

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Considerations for effective people strategy during challenging times

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Women at work

April 1, 2024

Fostering wellbeing through tailored health programs and benefit solutions

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YourHealthNS app helps users navigate Nova Scotia’s healthcare system

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Connecting care

April 1, 2024

Adult Day Program brings purpose to Nova Scotians living with dementia

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The municipality’s plans for continued progress and success in 2024

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Knowing our Numbers

February 1, 2024

Tracking African Nova Scotian Economic Progress and Prosperity

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The millenial dilemma

February 1, 2024

Will millennials ever be able to afford a home (or even retire)?

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Mayor Mike Savage

November 7, 2023

A booming municipality and the need for a new revenue model to reflect the needs of and demands upon our expanding cities

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We’ve never heard more about the “S” word – sustainability – than we have in recent years.

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Succession planning is a critical process that often gets overlooked or delayed by small business owners who are focused on day-to-day operations.

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When disaster strikes, businesses are often met with urgent and unprecedented needs. This year alone, business owners have weathered several significantly impactful events that interrupted regular operations

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It’s Time to Change Inequality of Medical Device Access Across Canada

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