Business

Commuter trains would use existing infrastructure and be destined for the main station on Hollis Street.

TransportationReady to roll: VIA says they want to finalize a rail plan with HRM

What would it take to give the Maritimes more rail services?

1 week ago

Child looks out the front window of the Good Food.

ClosingA Halifax Landmark comes to an end: say goodbye to Good Food

“The last hippie hangout in Halifax” closes its doors

2 weeks ago

The view outside the Atlantic Superstore on Quinpool.

BreakingNot my points! Security breach affects PC Plus accounts

Loblaw is advising all users to change their passwords

2 weeks ago

Dilly Dally Eats offers a selection of local alcoholic beverages and hope to capitalize on new provincial liquor laws

DrinkingQuinpool restaurants toast change in liquor licensing rules

Licensed restaurants now allowed to serve up to 2 drinks without food

2 weeks ago

Sarah Armstrong of Bad Mouth Soap

Business Bad Mouth Soap: Mixing suds with pop culture

Sarah Armstrong looks to TV, film for inspiration for her handmade soaps

Feb 7, 2017

Hal Forbes in his Gottingen Street workshop

BusinessHistory relives its glory days with Forbes Restoration

Hal Forbes mixes his theatre background with wood craftsmanship to create works of art

Jan 31, 2017

Piece of the East with the minister of immigration Lena M Diab

FoodSyrian food with a twist at the Seaport Farmers' Market

Seaport Farmers' Market had its first taste of Syrian food made by upcycling food

Jan 27, 2017

Gerry Lonergan, owner of the East Coast Bakey, spins his sign and ushers pedestrians inside for some bagels.

FoodWaiting for Trudeau

Meet the East Coast Bakery owner still waiting for a visit from the prime minister

Jan 18, 2017

How has the post-holiday season affected small businesses? Find out more in our show.

Business Finding footing in the post-holiday lull

Small businesses are finding ways to keep their stores open during the post-holiday season.

Jan 16, 2017

From print to paywall

The success and struggles of subscription-based online journalism

Dec 26, 2016

Ludovic Eveno surveys the kitchen at the Agricola Street Brasserie.

RestaurantsThe big problem facing restaurants in Nova Scotia

Influx of 'trendy' new restaurants adds to job shortage in industry

Dec 9, 2016

EntrepreneurshipWhat is Startup Grind?

Oleg Yefimov is creating entrepreneurial networks in Halifax

Dec 8, 2016

A sign on the building alludes to its future residents, Chain Yard Cider company.

CiderStuck between beer and wine? Try cider

Local cider sales have reached $1.6 million so far this year

Dec 7, 2016