Black Duck Cove receives funding for water upgrade
Mental health support group starting in St. Anthony
Plaque in Blanc Sablon to commemorate missing kayaker
Fog horn, lightkeepers still relevant in St. Anthony
Roddickton-Bide Arm Scotiabank branch to close in 2019
William Buckle enjoys summer job and everything that comes with it
St. Anthony man charged with trafficking cannabis
DFO looking to construct breakwater in Mary’s Harbour
Port au Choix welcomes 2.3 km of paving
St. Lewis drilling program wraps for summer
St. Anthony Port Authority mulling options to potential problem
Cruise ship boosts August tourist numbers
Reason for optimism at St. Anthony Seafoods
St. Anthony harbour rock removal reaching conclusion
Company planning microbrewery and taproom in St. Anthony
RESERVATIONS: Renters struggle for accommodation in Airbnb-rich communities
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - Greg Rivard hears concerns about the number of Airbnb units popping up in Charlottetown all the time. The Charlottetown councillor, who serves on the P.E.I. capital’s planning board, says he has directed a staff ...
Sullivan voices concern over possible sea cucumber quota
Ocean Choice International (OCI) chief operating officer Blaine Sullivan is concerned with the federal government decision to issue ...
Provincial and federal funding announced for Carbonear’s downtown sector
CARBONEAR, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA Carbonear citizens learned on Friday, Sept. 21, that over half a million dollars is coming to the town to help improve the downtown area. Residents and business owners joined members of the ...
Telus boasts fastest mobile network in Newfoundland
If you thought that Bell, as owners of the vast majority of mobile data physical infrastructure in the province, is the quickest carrier, you’d be wrong. During its sixth annual test of the fastest mobile networks in Canada conducted this ...
Quebec group gets a look at western college facilities
College of the North Atlantic is hosting a delegation from NOVA Career Centre in Chateauguay, QC this week to share its expertise in delivering post-secondary skilled trades programming. NOVA Career Centre provides opportunities for students to ...
Airport emergency exercise a success
Passengers departing from or arriving at St. John’s International Airport might have been alarmed by the volume of emergency response vehicles in the area on Wednesday morning. The collective presence of firefighters, police officers and ...
Newfoundland and Labrador’s Cal LeGrow expanding to Maritimes
Newfoundland and Labrador’s largest independent commercial insurance broker is looking to establish a presence outside its home province’s borders. Cal LeGrow Insurance and Financial Group, which boasts over 4,000 client businesses in ...
Proposals open for $60-M oil and gas sector fund
Community and companies — commercial and non-commercial — can now start applying to get their piece of a 10-year, $60-million Innovation and Business Development Fund. The fund, established as part of Husky Energy’s West White ...
St. John’s native nominated for women’s entrepreneurial award
St. John’s native Dr. Caroline Roberts has been named a finalist for an RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards. Roberts is the founder, president and CEO of Thoth Technology Inc., a space and defence company with a focus on space situational ...
Deal to buy shipyard could be done within next month, Marystown mayor says
MARYSTOWN, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA Marystown Town Council is “inching” towards finalizing an agreement to buy the Marystown Shipyard from Peter Kiewit, Mayor Sam Synard told The Southern Gazette Sept. ...