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Inside Big Oil's exploration plans
for Newfoundland's offshore

Why big changes are coming for
Nova Scotia forestry management

Tim Froude

How Kim Keating and other women are making their mark on Atlantic Canada's petroleum scene

Tim Froude

Why an Atlantic Canada fishing organization freshened up its name and image

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East Coast groundfish industry gives its brand a major overhaul
An old fishing alliance gets a new name
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Is Atlantic Canada ready for deep water development in the Flemish Pass?
How Newfoundland and Labrador know-how will be critical to ensuring Equinor’s Bay du Nord oil discovery is developed
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Shellfish sector tests innovative fishing gear to address concerns about mounting marine mammal deaths
Can ropeless fishing gear save the whales?
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Husky Energy’s Trevor Pritchard steers the company through stormy seas in Atlantic Canada
Trevor Pritchard defends Husky's operating record on the East Coast
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  • West White Rose plays large role in Husky Energy’s Q4 overspending
    In what Husky Energy Inc. CEO Rod Peabody described as a “tough and noisy quarter on many fronts”, much of the noise came from Atlantic Canada. The Calgary-based company released its 2018 fourth quarter and annual results on Tuesday (Feb. 26) and the results were not pretty on a number of fronts. For example, its $1.3 billion ...
     
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