Health minister blames flu season and gastro illness for recent patient overflow ...
N.L. health minister announces $2.3 million for Northern Peninsula facilities
Heather Brown named Labrador-Grenfell Health’s new CEO
Tourism operators on Great Northern Peninsula having trouble finding summer students
Seniors in Profile: Conche senior has been volunteering all her life
Conche fisherman ready to put homemade airboat to the test
10-year-old Main Brook girl raises $3,600 for Janeway
Main Brook wood carver’s shed is filling up with his creations
Quebec man faces liquor and tobacco charges in N.L.
No qualified cannabis retailers listed on Great Northern Peninsula
Expanding the wings of tourism
Northern Peninsula leaders discuss Active Energy's forestry proposal
Guidelines identified for proposed Labrador mine’s environmental impact statement
Not all data centres the same, says owner
An owner of a data centre company in Happy Valley-Goose Bay is afraid his company is getting tarred with the same brush as some of the other projects in Labrador and Eastern Canada. James Goodwin, owner of Great North Data, says his company is the ...
Newfoundland and Labrador seeks markets for seal products
Cull the seals, save the cod. It’s a popular refrain, heard most loudly in Newfoundland and Labrador around this time of year as the Canadian commercial seal hunt is drawing to a close and as the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) ...
More Nalcor information on the way: Liberals
The provincial government is moving quickly on changes to the Energy Corporation Act to provide more information from Nalcor Energy on its use of so-called embedded contractors, but other information still remains protected under the ...
Former Marine Atlantic boss appointed as CEO and president of C-CORE in St. John’s
C-CORE’s search for a new president and chief executive officer has come to a close with Paul Griffin being appointed to the position. Griffin comes to the St. John’s-based research and development firm from Marine Atlantic, where he ...
Harbour Grace's Rose Manor brings mother and son together in business
HARBOUR GRACE, N.L. — When Erika Pardy bought Harbour Grace’s historic Rose Manor property, she knew there was potential to bring more people inside its doors, and the kitchen was part of her plan. Fortunately, she did not have to look ...
Linked together: Cape Ray says relationship with Emera has been ‘good’
CAPE RAY, N.L. — Anne Osmond, member of the Community Liaison Committee for the Maritime Link said the community and Emera, the company installing the energy transmission line, have a good relationship. North America’s longest ...
Lewisporte teenager’s passion for textiles has blossomed into thriving business
LEWISPORTE, N.L. – Working with textiles is never far from Charlotte Stairs’ mind and reach. The 15-year-old began crocheting six years ago. Armed with a ball of yarn and crochet hook, Stairs said it is a good pastime for long road ...
Business thriving for Western Newfoundland outfitters
Chris Farrell, owner of Margaree Outfitters, says that 90 per cent of his guests are coming up from the United States. He offers duck hunting, cod and mackerel fishing, as well as sightseeing boat tours to resettled and isolated communities like ...
Review of Grieg N.L. aquaculture project progresses
The environmental impact statement (EIS) for the Grieg salmon aquaculture project proposed for Marystown and Placentia Bay has been accepted by government staff, marking the next step in the review. The extensive documentation making up the EIS is ...
N.L. government looking for public comments on environmental impact statement for Grieg project
ST. JOHN’S, NL – The provincial government is seeking public comments on the environmental impact statement (EIS) for the Placentia Bay Atlantic salmon aquaculture project. The project’s proponent, Grieg NL Nurseries Ltd. and ...