As the Covid-19 pandemic raged around the world, the four Atlantic Canadian provinces came together in an unprecedented spirit of cooperation and collaboration to tackle the challenges it presented. The result was one the safest places in the world, with untold lives saved. That showed what we can do as a region when we work together.
Former premier Frank McKenna says it’s time to propel the province forward in the age of computer and digital technologies. He believes, with the right investment, New Brunswick won’t just catch up with other jurisdictions, it will become a global leader in the information era.
When David Shipley first started his Master of Business Administration (MBA) at UNB Fredericton, he had no plans to start his own business.
At the time, he was working in the university’s marketing department. He saw an MBA as a way to advance his career within the organization.
Walking into a room at Science East, the first stand on the left is for Measurand. Their module has a video of the manager of research explaining her work and a moveable model of a construction site.
The Halifax startup behind the latest advance in renewable energy has quadrupled its initial funding goal in just a few days, after a wildly successful crowdfunding campaign.
Participants of BOOST Fredericton’s week-long Innovation Camp will get together to come up with innovative solutions to issues facing the city’s adoption of smart technology in the face of 5G infrastructure.
When University of New Brunswick MBA instructor Matthew Nicolle was hiring salespeople at his previous job, there was one thing he’d look for if everything was equal between two potential hires.