St. Anthony skiers take home gold
Seniors in Profile: Ethel Patey reflects on achievements in Main Brook
Judge says Rocky Harbour man will live with the consequences of his ...
Home destroyed by fire this morning in Port Saunders
The Rooms adds new members to board of directors
Province issues warning about polar bears on the Northern Peninsula
Trapped in ice
All in the family – members of the MacIntyre clan have built ...
Police receive report of 3 polar bears near St. Anthony
Minfocus Exploration acquires Round Pond zinc project on Northern Peninsula
Battle Harbour Historic Trust hasn't lived up to mandate: Jim Jones
Environmental impact statement moving forward for Labrador mining development
Environmental assessment committee formed for Crémaillère Harbour marine port project
SABRI executive director poses questions about shrimp stocks
St. Anthony Seafoods becomes seven-month operation for first time in its history
Spring is here: Income tax credits and benefits should be top of mind
Get the most out of your refund in order to reinvest elsewhere It’s a sure sign of spring to hear birds chirping and to see crocuses sprouting up through brown grass. The snow slowly melts away to bring into clear view what havoc winter has ...
Yard sailing through Revenue Canada waters
It was a quill box, a highly sought-after bit of First Nations craftwork, and it was priced at only $2 at a Nova Scotia yard sale. A rare find. “They’re very artistic and it takes a lot of work to make them,” said Clair Peers, ...
Corner Brook mayor says Trump government playing games with latest tariff
Wednesday’s news that Corner Brook Pulp and Paper is being hit with a second tariff by the United States government left Corner Brook Mayor Jim Parsons with a dreadful feeling. The 22.16 per cent anti-dumping duty on uncoated groundwood ...
Newfoundland and Labrador, federal Liberals responding to U.S. tariffs: Ball
Premier Dwight Ball said efforts are continuing on multiple levels — company, provincial government, federal government — to see a change in the estimated $30-million annual cost set to hit Corner Brook Pulp and Paper as a result of new ...
N.L. government makes appointments to Labour Relations Board
The provincial government announced Thursday eight new members have been appointed to the Labour Relationship board. Joan Marie Aylward and Christopher Peddigrew were named vice-chairs. Aylward has experience in governance, health, education, ...
WorkplaceNL changes recognize on-the-job trauma
WorkplaceNL has updated its mental stress policy to acknowledge work-related mental health issues that may be caused by exposure to multiple traumatic events. The policy will now include events that are an everyday part of an occupation, such as ...
Canada Pension Plan is safe and strong: CEO
Globally, Canada is probably best known for its maple syrup reserves, its passion for ice hockey and the multicultural mosaic that make up the population from coast to coast to coast. But in the global financial community, Canada is widely ...
Canada’s fish and seafood exports climbed to $6.9B in 2017
OTTAWA – Canada exported $312 million more in fish and seafood products in 2017 than it did the previous year, representing an increase of five per cent. Total sales for the year were approximately $6.9 billion, according to a news release ...
Grieg NL draws crowd for public information session in Marystown
MARYSTOWN, NL – Employment, pack ice management and what to do should salmon escape from sea cages were just some of the topics Grieg NL ...
Funding announced for Innu Business Development Centre
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, NL – An investment of over $736,000 from the federal government will help the Innu Business Development Centre (IBDC) keep providing business services to its members in Sheshatshiu and Natuashish and throughout the ...