Business Voice

Latest Issue: June 2021

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Collaboration and community

June 3, 2021

Significant projects, such as the recent acquisition of Clearwater, are generating economic benefits for First Nation communities in Atlantic Canada and returning them to their traditions in a modern way.

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Responsible Business

Accessibility means thinking outside and beyond the wheelchair sign. Only then can we make meaningful changes in becoming truly inclusive. Learn how from experts with diverse accessibility backgrounds interviewed to shed light on different perspectives.

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Profile

Ranked as one of the top undergraduate universities in Nova Scotia, Acadia University is encouraging student-led community building programs. It is a highly respected school where inspired learning is always happening!

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Working for you

Nova Scotia’s regional centre, Halifax Regional Municipality, holds only 0.6 per cent of the land, but a little more than 24 per cent of the province’s population, with 40 per cent estimated economic growth in the area.

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All businesses need to make periodic, if not continuous investment in their operations in order to sustain or grow.

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Testing the waters

March 1, 2018

Matching post-secondary student development to employer needs is an integral part of the Halifax Chamber’s 2013-2018 Strategic Plan. Focusing on this goal led the Chamber to shift toward leveraging co-operative education to help with staffing needs.

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We all know what will happen if we don’t plan properly. Really, we do. As in your own businesses, relentless attention to debt, how it accumulates and how to reduce it is not just common sense — it’s how you stay in business.

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Work Integrated Learning model boosts student and employer opportunities The Halifax Chamber of Commerce is going through a period of evolution.

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Advocacy critical for making HRM a better place for business. With the holidays now behind us and the business community returned to its normal activity, it’s probably a good time to take stock of the past year.

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Growth and success

February 1, 2018

As we embark on a new year in Halifax, we see before us rich opportunities to grow abroad, more innovative and more inclusive economy. Together, we are taking up the challenge of finding Halifax’s niche in a rapidly-evolving knowledge economy.

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Appreciating our members

February 1, 2018

At the Halifax Chamber of Commerce there are a huge number of activities — from advocacy to events to benefits and services — but members are at the heart of everything the Chamber does.

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How to turn perceived disadvantage into real advantage. We have an aging population in our region. That is pretty obvious. In fact, the percentage of seniors in our population is expected to grow from 19.9 percent in 2016 to 28.8 percent in 2030.

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How did we do last year?

January 1, 2018

Anecdotal information only gets you so far, data tells the whole story

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