Has the opportunity to harness tidal power in the Bay of Fundy been swept out to sea?

Dr. Robert Greenwood on what new workforce realities mean for Atlantic Canada
On the job with a New Brunswick

Tim Froude

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What sustainability really means in the resource sector
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Golf carts and magazine trolleys
Then and now: 21 years on an Aberdeen golf course
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How storytelling can get Atlantic Canada’s offshore oil sector’s message to the masses
Failure to communicate could hamper offshore oil growth
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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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Junior miner’s latest drilling results help advance promising gold property in Atlantic Canada
Marathon Gold slowly advances Valentine Lake project
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Viewpoint: What new workforce realities mean for Atlantic Canada
Dr. Robert Greenwood, executive director, public engagement and the Leslie Harris Centre of Regional Policy and Development, Memorial University of Newfoundland TODAY, NATURAL RESOURCE EMPLOYERS are challenged to find enough workers. And increasingly, the workers they need have to come with state-of the-art skills and ...
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Spotlight: Peer Ledger’s Mimosi set to be a game changer
Spotlight profiles businesses in Atlantic Canada’s service and supply sector
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