This 2019 research study is the most comprehensive to
date and while it provides a comparative analysis between
2003 and 2019, the emphasis of the analysis is placed
on the more relevant data between 2012 and 2019. The
updated information allows for an understanding of the
status of WBOs in Atlantic Canada and the directional
trends of the key criteria of both studies. New to this
study was a review of WBOs who identified as members
of other under-represented groups (Indigenous People,
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Whether you are launching a new business or expanding an established business, deciding on where you want to take your business requires a solid business plan. This six-part series will provide you the opportunity to address all of your questions and incorporate the answers directly into your business plan.
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