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Upstreet Craft Brewing launches beer in Nova Scotia

Upstreet Craft Brewing launches beer in Nova Scotia | Nova Scotia Business News | Scoop.it

Brewing company hopes to match P.E.I. success when it launches beer in Nova Scotia with four days of events

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Moving To Nova Scotia, Moving Back Home, Transferred To Nova Scotia

Moving To Nova Scotia, Moving Back Home, Transferred To Nova Scotia | Nova Scotia Business News | Scoop.it
Moving to Nova Scotia MOVING BACK HOME TRANSFERRED TO NOVA SCOTIA TRANSFERRED FROM NOVA SCOTIA My name is Larry Matthews and I would be pleased to help you find your new home in Nova Scotia.

Via Larry Matthews
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Call Hants Realty Limited Toll Free 1 866-584-1444 or email larry@easthants.com . We are here to help.

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Call Hants Realty Limited Toll Free 1 866-584-1444 or email larry@easthants.com . We are here to help.

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Call Hants Realty Limited Toll Free 1 866-584-1444 or email larry@easthants.com . We are here to help.

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Cop Light Bling

Nova Scotia RCMP's music video, ‘Cop Light Bling’, promotes awareness of Nova Scotia’s ‘Move Over’ law. The goal of the video is to highlight Nova Scotia’
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Maine-to-Nova Scotia ferry service files for bankruptcy

Maine-to-Nova Scotia ferry service files for bankruptcy | Nova Scotia Business News | Scoop.it
Troubled ferry service Nova Star Cruises has filed for bankruptcy, according to the Portland Press Herald. The company shuttled passengers between Portland and Nova Scotia for two years.
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Questions arise over Fintrac's decision not to name bank

Questions arise over Fintrac's decision not to name bank | Nova Scotia Business News | Scoop.it
A financial crimes expert says the federal anti-money-laundering agency breached its own standards by not identifying the Canadian bank it has fined $1.1 million for not reporting suspicious transactions -- an assertion the watchdog denies.
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Sounds like a double standard.
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Think you know your taxes? Test your knowledge

Think you know your taxes? Test your knowledge | Nova Scotia Business News | Scoop.it
Think you know all about filing an income tax return? Test your knowledge with this quiz.
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Here's a little tax tune up.
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Laid-off oilpatch workers who moved provinces could face big tax bill

Laid-off oilpatch workers who moved provinces could face big tax bill | Nova Scotia Business News | Scoop.it
When times were good, Canadians moved from across the country to the oilpatch in Alberta looking for work. But crude prices collapsed last year, throwing thousands of them out of work.
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Here's a heads up if you've moved home.
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Home for Sale in Upper Nine Mile River, Nova Scotia $549,900

Home for Sale in Upper Nine Mile River, Nova Scotia $549,900 | Nova Scotia Business News | Scoop.it
View listing information for 4628 Highway 14, Upper Nine Mile River, Nova Scotia, 1,532 sq. ft., Residential for sale. Asking price: $549,900 by Larry Matthews.
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For Sale Over 300 acres just 25 minutes from the Halifax Airport.
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Nova Scotia Real Estate For Sale . Serving the Halifax to Truro corridor . Halifax,Hants and Colchester counties,Enfield real estate,

Nova Scotia Real Estate For Sale . Serving the Halifax to Truro corridor . Halifax,Hants and Colchester counties,Enfield real estate, | Nova Scotia Business News | Scoop.it
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World's richest banker charged in bribery scheme

World's richest banker charged in bribery scheme | Nova Scotia Business News | Scoop.it
Brazilian prosecutors have charged the world's richest banker, Joseph Safra, for allegedly agreeing to pay more than $4 million in bribes to tax auditors to reduce or annul fines on unpaid taxes.
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Just had to post this! Imagine! As though he wasn't rich enough. How many don't get caught and charged around the world ?
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No timeline on tax cut for small businesses: minister

No timeline on tax cut for small businesses: minister | Nova Scotia Business News | Scoop.it
There is no timeline for instituting a promised tax cut for Canadian small businesses but it’s not off the table either, says Minister of Small Business and Tourism Bardish Chagger.
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Sounds more like Harperism than Trudeauism !!! Help for everyone except small business. Come on Guys !!
#sunnydays I guess not for small business.
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Swiss Chalet owner buying Quebec-based St-Hubert chicken chain

Swiss Chalet owner buying Quebec-based St-Hubert chicken chain | Nova Scotia Business News | Scoop.it
They're on the spit together now. The owner of Swiss Chalet is buying St-Hubert for $537 million, giving it a major presence in Quebec including a chain of franchised restaurants, a food manufacturing and distribution business and about 10,000...
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Parent company of Sobeys hit with $1.36B loss in third quarter

Parent company of Sobeys hit with $1.36B loss in third quarter | Nova Scotia Business News | Scoop.it
Stellarton, N.S.-headquartered Empire Co. has written down the value of its western business, primarily the Safeway chain
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Turmoil at Nalcor won’t stall Muskrat Falls project: Emera

Turmoil at Nalcor won’t stall Muskrat Falls project: Emera | Nova Scotia Business News | Scoop.it
Turmoil at the company behind the proposed Muskrat Falls project will not affect the schedule for the completion of the Maritime Link, says Nova Scotia Power’s corporate parent. “The Maritime Link is on budget and will be completed in late 2017,” said Jeff Myrick, spokesman for Emera.
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Loonie surges to 9-month high as commodity prices add on gains

Loonie surges to 9-month high as commodity prices add on gains | Nova Scotia Business News | Scoop.it
Oil prices rallied to a five-month high Wednesday, pushing the Canadian dollar to its best finish since July as investors were encouraged by the latest data on U.S. crude oil inventories.
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Former Fortis president takes over company leading Muskrat Falls project

Former Fortis president takes over company leading Muskrat Falls project | Nova Scotia Business News | Scoop.it
The newly appointed head of the company leading the troubled $9.2 billion Muskrat Falls hydro project in Labrador says reviewing the development will be an immediate priority.
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Canada sees biggest job gain in half a year in March

Canada sees biggest job gain in half a year in March | Nova Scotia Business News | Scoop.it
Canada's labour market saw a surge in new jobs last month that drove down the unemployment rate and provided another clue that the hobbled economy could be regaining strength.
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Here's some good news about the economy.
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Big changes in tax return can increase chances of audit: experts

Big changes in tax return can increase chances of audit: experts | Nova Scotia Business News | Scoop.it
Even if people have done nothing wrong, there is little that can compare with the dread that an audit by the Canada Revenue Agency can cause.
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There's no Panama tax haven for small business !!
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Nova Scotia farmer visits his temporary foreign workers at home in Jamaica

A Nova Scotia farmer travels to Jamaica to understand more about the home lives of the migrant workers he hires each year. To read more
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Loblaw, Metro, Sobeys, Walmart commit to 100 per cent cage-free eggs

Loblaw, Metro, Sobeys, Walmart commit to 100 per cent cage-free eggs | Nova Scotia Business News | Scoop.it
A slew of grocery members of the Retail Council of Canada, including Loblaw, Metro, Sobeys, Walmart and others have joined a growing list of merchants saying they plan to offer only cage-free eggs by the end of 2025.
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This should make the life of a chicken a little more humane now what about the small farmer and government quotas ?
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The Wizard of Paws: How a Halifax-area raw pet food store built one of Canada's biggest Facebook followings

The Wizard of Paws: How a Halifax-area raw pet food store built one of Canada's biggest Facebook followings | Nova Scotia Business News | Scoop.it
Planet Paws is tapping into a growing skepticism of the health and safety of processed pet food, which mirrors a similar trend for human food made with fresh and natural ingredients
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Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world this week

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world this week | Nova Scotia Business News | Scoop.it
Five things to watch this week in Canadian business.
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Proposed building code changes to lift red tape on home businesses

Proposed building code changes to lift red tape on home businesses | Nova Scotia Business News | Scoop.it
The Hat Junkie's Anna Shoub views proposed changes to the provincial building code as a victory for all Nova Scotia home-based business owners.
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Rona shareholders approve $3.2B takeover by Lowe's

Rona shareholders approve $3.2B takeover by Lowe's | Nova Scotia Business News | Scoop.it
Rona shareholders have overwhelmingly approved a $3.2-billion friendly takeover offer from U.S. home renovation chain Lowe's.
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Is your financial adviser or planner qualified? Many aren't

Is your financial adviser or planner qualified? Many aren't | Nova Scotia Business News | Scoop.it
Many people turn to financial planners and advisers for essential advice on how to manage their money and plan their future, but not all of those who use those titles are qualified to advise you and two national organizations want that to change.
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Delinquency rates up in oil-producing provinces, steady nationally

Delinquency rates up in oil-producing provinces, steady nationally | Nova Scotia Business News | Scoop.it
Delinquency rates for consumer debt climbed higher in the major oil-producing provinces in the fourth quarter of last year but the national average held steady compared with the same period of 2014, Equifax Canada says.
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