2018年3月30日 星期五

Sydney's 22-year-old entrepreneur moves onto his next food venture



 

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Sydney's 22-year-old entrepreneur moves onto his next food venture

SYDNEY — It’s been about 18 months since Dillan MacNeil has been serving up burgers and fries in his Hollywood-themed takeout in Whitney Pier.

COMMENTARY: In Finland, biomass is not a dirty word

Re: Aaron Beswick’s March 17 article, “Old-growth burning reignites debate.”

Food truck owner will expand his offerings with year-round standalone eatery

SYDNEY — One food truck in Sydney serving up burgers and fries is making the move to a year-round service with a standalone takeout on George Street.

P.E.I. heating plan, tonnes of wood chips displacing 200,000 litres of oil annually

TIGNISH, P.E.I. — “Tignish is doing its part to slow down climate change,” says Dryden Buote, acting chairman of the Tignish Initiatives board of directors.

No deal emerges in Marystown Shipyard, price blamed as culprit

ST. JOHN’S — It appeared a new owner was coming for the Marystown Shipyard, with current owner Kiewit entering into talks with Paul Antle, owner of Newdock, in 2017 — but the talks are off and blame is flying, reaching into Confederation Building in St. John’s.

1 in 4 anglophone Canadians have cut the TV cord, over half use Netflix: report

TORONTO — One in four anglophone Canadians have cut the cord and no longer pay for a traditional TV service, while just over half are Netflix users, according to a report by the Media Technology Monitor.

Facebook exec disavows his own his provocative memo

NEW YORK — The author of a provocative Facebook memo declaring that growth is justified even if it costs lives says he doesn't actually agree with the memo and wrote it to provoke debate.




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