Judo season underway for Labrador Straits Academy club
RCMP mischief investigation leads to more charges against Northern Peninsula man
Author inspired by the North; makes her part-time home in St. Lunaire-Griquet
Thom Barker: A delightful discovery - the allure of the fog horn
Red Bay students will return to class Monday; pending outcome of school board ...
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
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
Dollarama confirms it will open second Corner Brook store before the end of 2018
The second Dollarama store in Corner Brook will be open before the end of the year, according to the company’s head office. The value store, which already has an outlet in the Valley Mall, will be opening its new store in the Corner Brook ...
RESERVATIONS: Airbnb regulations a patchwork that’s missing some patches
HALIFAX, N.S. - In the 10 years since Airbnb was launched, it has become a household name and lawmakers are struggling to keep up. Despite telling Ottawa last month that the company is on board with paying taxes, there are no federal regulations ...
Newfoundland and Labrador pharmacists honoured at annual awards gala
Two pharmacists from Shoppers Drug Mart were big winners at the Pharmacists’ Association of Newfoundland and Labrador (PANL) annual awards gala in St. John’s this past weekend. Brenda Bursey, from Shoppers on LeMarchant Road in St. ...
Barely getting by
The percentage of Atlantic Canadians living paycheque to paycheque may have gone down since last year. But a recent survey by the Canadian Payroll Association still shows nearly half of Atlantic Canadians polled (49 per cent) are ...
Acceptable debt versus bad debt
Increasing the amount of consumer debt isn’t necessarily bad as long as it’s affordable, according to Matt Fabian, director, research and industry analysis, at credit research company TransUnion. TransUnion studies Canadian debt and ...
Alpacas of Newfoundland closing down after 20 years
There comes a time in people’s lives when they feel it’s appropriate to make a major decision. That time has come about for Cathy Whitehead and Ed Hutchings, a Felix Cove couple who operate Alpacas of Newfoundland — a farm and ...
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 ...
RESERVATIONS: Airbnb is having a huge impact on the industry – but at what cost?
SYDNEY, N.S. - After taking the rental accommodation market by storm, Airbnb is sending shockwaves through the more traditional lodging establishment, globally and across Atlantic Canada. Founded just 10 years ago by a pair of 20-something San ...