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Alberta coffee company setting up shop at Edmonton International Airport – Edmonton

An Alberta-based coffee roasting company is moving its business to the Edmonton International Airport. Alternate Route Coffee, a coffee importer and roasting company, is setting up its roastery and distribution centre at EIA’s Airport City Sustainability Campus. “Who we’re partners with is really important. We want that to be…
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B.C. dry ice company scores cool contract for COVID-19 vaccine distribution

When Paul Thomson went into business manufacturing dry ice, he never imagined his company would be at the forefront of a national response to contain a pandemic. But a lot can change in a year. “We’re very happy that we get to be a part of the solution,” Thompson…
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22-year-old entrepreneurs launch new London brewing company – London

“There is a market for this” is how many entrepreneurs first start, and it’s that mentality that led two friends, still in school, to start brewing beer. Jack Jelinek and Michael Woolfson, both 22, are the owners of Crank Lite Lager, an idea they first came up with last September…
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June 27 – Olympia Trust Company

Your business needs money. Money to start. To stay open. To expand.The secret, is knowing where to look. Without much regulatory red tape, you could raise thousands, even millions for your small business from the RRSPs of your friends, family, and business partners.All you need is a financial institution willing…
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N.B. seafood supplier Connors Bros. filed for bankruptcy, selling assets to Taiwanese company – New Brunswick

Connors Bros. Clover Leaf Seafoods Company, which owns a fish processing facility in New Brunswick, has filed for bankruptcy due to its American affiliate Bumble Bee Foods debt of approximately US$820.8 million. The San Diego-based Bumble Bee Group, through its subsidiaries and affiliates, including Clover Leaf, is one of North…