These vintage images from the Nova Scotia Archives are a glimpse into Christmases gone by.
Developing a market niche means being able to target and focus efforts to the people most likely to buy your products.
At a forest kindergarten, there are no classes, reading or writing and the only toys are the ones children can make themselves from objects found in nature.
Passion and perseverance are key ingredients for the founders of Ironworks in Lunenburg.
For Melanie Morrissey, a busy mom and teacher, art is a way to relieve stress and selling at a farmers’ market is a way to contribute to her community.
Just Us Coffee was built from listening to the needs of the marketplace and developing products to serve those needs.
Pie r Squared creates mouth-watering savoury pies and quiches from healthy, great tasting, local ingredients.
Wool has strong significance for the wife and daughter of a Scotsman, who are now raising sheep and finishing the fibre in Central North River.
The belly-dancing herbalist sells exotic-scented herbal ingredients to soothe away the stress of modern life.
The owner of Pat’s Preserves cites his grandmother as a main source of inspiration (and family recipes).