"Cover Story" piece on Atlantic Canada companies that have poured millions into
"Cover Story" piece on Atlantic Canada companies that have poured millions into Maine's natural resource-based industries such as potatoes, sardines, pulp and paper and electricity, and are investing in high-tech ventures as well. The population of Atlantic Canada, which includes New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island, is 2.3 million. They see northern New England, with a population of about 6 million, as a great big marketplace. The Secretary of State's office reports 62 Canadian corporations registered in Maine, 33 of which filed to conduct business in Maine in the last five years. With details on several large Maine companies that are owned by Canadian corporations, including McCain Foods USA, Stinson Seafood, Cherryfield Foods and others. Also with comments by several prominent watchdogs of Maine's base economy.
Wendell, Mary Lou, ""Cover Story" piece on Atlantic Canada companies that have poured millions into" (2000). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 4709.
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