Queen Bee Games is getting $230,000 from the Canada Media Fund. The husband-wife team behind Charlottetown's Queen Bee Games is working on a new project, thanks to some financial help from the Canada Media Fund.
ACOA and province supply non-profit with $300,000. The local farmers’ market, to be established next to the Clarenville Inn, received funding from the federal and provincial governments — a combined $300,000.
New roofs, repairs and expansion work to boost tourism, community. The Lennox Island Development Corporation is receiving nearly $40,000 from the federal and provincial governments for tourism, community and cultural infrastructure upgrades.
Tim Pickering with Auspice Capital Advisors says oil could reach those dizzy heights again within 5 years. The founder of a Calgary commodities and trading firm says 2017 should be a good year for recovering oil...
The University of New Brunswick (UNB) has already been recognized as the most entrepreneurial post-secondary institution in Canada. Now, through its J. Herbert Smith Technology Management & Entrepreneurship Centre (TME), the university is establishing a new...
Halifax-based Appili Therapeutics Inc., whose ultimate goal is to produce a drug that treats superbugs, has closed a $2.15-million equity funding round to help fund clinical trials for its first product.
Premier Wade MacLauchlan says tax will be 'fiscally neutral' for province. Gas used on P.E.I. farms or in the Island's fishing industry won't be charged a carbon tax, says Premier Wade MacLauchlan.