A couple of good economic development stories

A couple of good news economic development stories this morning for Nova Scotia. Port Elgin’s Atlantic Windows is expanding in Amherst and nearly $300 million in contracts from Boeing and Lockheed Martin is flowing to Atlantic Canadian firms. None of those contracts were signed with New Brunswick firms.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Don’t bring any of that stuff here.The people here are enjoying life.
    Build it themselves.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Sackville fell asleep at the switch in regards to their own industrial park development (they are just getting around to a small expansion now). As well, when we live in a subsidy driven region like Atlantic Canada, the common practice is that companies are going to expand and relocate to where the cash is being dangled by government. An unfortunate reality, but one we have become so accustom to in our neck of the woods. Which is why I’m surprised Graham didn’t bring out his cheque book since he has no problem with subsidies for declining industries linked to his government. Weird.

    I guess these guys aren’t even good at their own interventionist game. It’s all just rhetoric.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I agree with the very observant anon 10.42.
    NBer’s basically enjoy life far more than those very smart ,high class ,industry scrambling,house mortgage for life provinces that have that high rate of microscopic diesel and tire rubber saturated air to breath.
    As example,in Vancouver they say “what rain”.
    In Ontario,they brag about having their house paid off by time they are 65.
    The people are getting fed up with the phony life.

    RAN is campaigning to break America’s oil addiction, reduce our reliance on coal, protect endangered forests and Indigenous rights, and stop destructive investments around the world.