Christmas spirit showcased for St. Lunaire-Griquet parade
St. Anthony Salvation Army holds annual kick-off for Christmas Kettle Campaign
Shawna Reardon carries on sister’s charitable work with Project Amanda event for ...
Clarenville moose hunters concerned about possible sick moose hunted on Northern Peninsula
Contractor left home damaged; Red Bay couple has been unable to reach ...
Fisherman says more oversight needed on Labrador shrimp allocation committee
April Poole honoured for leadership at St. Lewis Academy
Researchers and locals come together to build future for Northern Peninsula
DFO and harvesters meet in St. Anthony to discuss the fishery
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Marine Institute scientist sees aquaculture potential for Northern Peninsula
Federal environmental agency to determine if assessment necessary for Labrador mine project
White Metal planning aerial survey of Northern Peninsula property
Tourist visits up in nearly all areas of the Northern Peninsula and Southern Labrador
White Metal samples return additional gold quantities on Northern Peninsula
Initial work underway to bring microbrewery to St. Anthony
Newfoundland Distillery Co. launches new spirit distilled using only local ingredients
There are few products in the local marketplace made entirely in Newfoundland. Whether it’s a food item, a piece of technology or even a sealskin coat, at least one component is usually sourced outside the province. Not so for the ...
Province’s appeal of Placentia Bay aquaculture project ruling in court this week
ST. JOHN’S – The provincial government’s appeal of Supreme Court Judge Gillian Butler’s decision on the environmental assessment process for Grieg NL’s Placentia Bay aquaculture project will be heard in court this ...
2,800 unfilled jobs in Newfoundland and Labrador: CFIB report
It may be a drop in the bucket compared to large provinces like Ontario and Quebec, but there are 2,800 unfilled jobs in Newfoundland and Labrador, according to the Q3 2017 Help Wanted report, released by the Canadian Federation of Independent ...
Deciphering loyalty rewards cards
I currently have 674 “dream miles” in my Air Miles account. According to the website, this isn’t enough to buy me a toaster. It is barely enough to buy a SanDisk all-in-one 3.0 card reader for my digital camera – after a 30 ...
Retirement nest eggs cracking for many Canadians
Three months into his retirement, Halifax's Bill VanGorder had an aha moment – and it wasn't good. “I realized I needed another stream of income,” he said. “I had started taking $2,000 every month out of my ...
Bay of Islands fish plant helping to determine marketability of snow crab caught in autumn
The fish plant in Humber Arm South is going to be involved in a project to determine if harvesting snow crab in the fall of the year is a viable fishery. In early November, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada sought expressions of ...
All is quiet in progress of Beothuk Energy’s wind project plans for western Newfoundland
In July, Kirby Mercer said a commitment to the wind energy project he envisions for western Newfoundland was needed by the end of this year. With only three weeks to go before the calendar turns to 2018, there has been no word on whether Beothuk ...
Corner Brook’s new toy store looking to fill a gap
Lynn Drover graduated from the business program at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland in October and by November the Corner Brook woman had opened her own toy store. Kinder Castle is located at 6 Commercial ...
Churchill Falls fight lands in Supreme Court of Canada
Newfoundlanders and Labradorians might be waiting with bated breath to see how the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project will affect the province’s long-term future, but the much-maligned case of the Upper Churchill Falls hydroelectric project ...
Clearwater Seafoods fighting counterfeit North Korean clams
By Roger Taylor The Chronicle Herald HALIFAX - Clearwater Seafoods of Halifax, N.S. has been fighting a secret battle with North Korea. Ian Smith, CEO of Clearwater, says his company has spent millions of dollars building up ...