NEWS


February 5, 2020

Constructing a community

Eskasoni expands to include new facilities built to help residents celebrate culture and traditions Story by Lynn Morrison, Communications & Marketing Assistant This article is an excerpt from the latest issue of Elevate Magazine, the Cape Breton Partnership’s business magazine that was created to bring a fresh perspective to local business success stories. Elevate highlights stories from small start-ups to organizations that employ hundreds of Cape Bretoners. To view the archive of previous editions of Elevate Magazine and to stay up to date on Cape Breton’s growing business community, click here. The First Nation community of Eskasoni recently announced various… Read more >
February 3, 2020

Cape Breton Partnership kicks off business advisory series

Small business owners are required to wear a lot of different hats, and there is often a steep learning curve when starting or expanding a business. In an effort to assist Cape Breton – Unama’ki’s small business owners, the Cape Breton Partnership will be offering business advisory sessions on a variety of topics throughout 2020 across the island. The first session on the Basics of Business Accounting took place January 26 in Sydney. Fifteen small business owners from the Cape Breton Regional Municipality attended the session, free of charge. The participants are clients of the Cape Breton Partnership’s Business Planning Advisor, Shannon McNeil.… Read more >
January 29, 2020

Improving care across Cape Breton

Nova Scotia Health Authority embarks on major developments Story by Kathleen MacLeod, Elevate Magazine Editor This article is an excerpt from the latest issue of Elevate Magazine, the Cape Breton Partnership’s business magazine that was created to bring a fresh perspective to local business success stories. Elevate highlights stories from small start-ups to organizations that employ hundreds of Cape Bretoners. To view the archive of previous editions of Elevate Magazine and to stay up to date on Cape Breton’s growing business community, click here. In 2018 the Nova Scotia Government and Nova Scotia Health Authority announced their plan to change… Read more >
January 24, 2020

Cape Breton Partnership celebrates The Most Inspiring Immigrants in the Maritimes recipient, Omar Tag-El Din

Cape Breton, NS - The Cape Breton Partnership is pleased to share that one of its employees was recently recognized as a trailblazer and leader making a difference in Cape Breton – Unama’ki. Cape Breton Partnership’s Labour Market Development & Immigration Officer, Omar Tag El-Din, was one of 16 award recipients of the 2020 Most Inspiring Immigrants in the Maritimes award, an acknowledgement that celebrates Canadian immigrants who stand out in their towns and cities across the region.  Omar Tag El-Din was the only recipient from Cape Breton – Unama’ki. Omar Tag El-Din's acceptance speech after receiving award. The Most… Read more >
January 22, 2020

Harbour Wars reels in fun and funds

Local businesses and residents take part in community fundraiser Story by Kathleen MacLeod, Elevate Magazine Editor This article is an excerpt from the latest issue of Elevate Magazine, the Cape Breton Partnership’s business magazine that was created to bring a fresh perspective to local business success stories. Elevate highlights stories from small start-ups to organizations that employ hundreds of Cape Bretoners. To view the archive of previous editions of Elevate Magazine and to stay up to date on Cape Breton’s growing business community, click here. Harbour Wars Participants When local communities and businesses come together, anything can happen. The case… Read more >
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