New Strait of Belle Isle ferry experiences nearly week-long delay
Parks Canada field unit and road to Nain major topics at AGM
SABRI says cell towers awaiting Crown lands approval
St. Anthony hospital staff were told of bed changes, says nurse's ...
St. Anthony hockey player heading to 2019 Global Girls Game
St. Anthony accepting applications for seniors housing
UPDATE: MHA Dempster says first flight across Strait of Belle Isle ...
LETTER: Forests into wood pellets revisited
Mushers considering boycotting Labrador Winter Games
Parks Canada adjusting admission fees at Red Bay National Historic Site in 2020
Active Energy changed mind on pellet plant destination in November
Environmental preview report completed for Crémaillère Harbour development
Labrador Fishermen’s Union Shrimp Company marks a milestone
Wood pellet operation expected to create dozens of jobs on Northern Peninsula
Grenfell Co-Op building sold
Geoff Tooton remembered for kindness, love of business and learning
Geoff and Jo-Anne Tooton’s wedding song was “The Love in Your Eyes” and they repeated those words to one another daily for more than 44 years, so the phrase was among the last things they said to each other before he died this week ...
Clarenville’s St. Jude Hotel rebranded as Quality Hotel
Clarenville’s St. Jude Hotel has been officially rebranded as a Quality Hotel. The change came earlier this month after a $2 million renovation. In a press release issued on Tuesday, Feb. 19, director of franchise development for Choice ...
Newfoundland and Labrador's lawsuit vs. big tobacco still awaiting trial date
Almost 18 years after a lawsuit was announced between the provincial government and big tobacco, there’s a $850,000 price tag, but not much else to say so far. In 2001, then-premier Roger Grimes announced the Tobacco Health Care Costs ...
Clarenville Chamber of Commerce announces 2019 hall of fame inductees
The Clarenville Area Chamber of Commerce has announced the newest additions to their Business Hall of Fame, class of 2019. The chamber will induct Ern Warren, Kay Warren and Stanley Fleming to the hall of fame at its 12th annual general meeting ...
Today is deadline to register for Clarenville’s business forum on cannabis
The Clarenville Area Chamber of Commerce is taking registration until the end of day today, Monday, Feb. 18, for a business information forum. The topic is “Cannabis Legislation/Business Opportunities.” Minister Christopher Mitchelmore ...
Stephenville businesses proud to be falling in line with downtown master plan
The owners of three Main Street businesses that have undergone recent upgrades are all supportive of the new Downtown Master Plan in Stephenville and take pride fitting in with the concept. There’s also a direct correlation with the three in ...
N.L. sharing in growing gig economy
The “gig economy” in Canada continues to grow, and individuals in Newfoundland and Labrador are riding its ups and downs, with some common lessons for anyone thinking about diving in. In the gig economy, as BMO has described it, ...
Clarenville mother and daughter recognized for social enterprise
Clarenville teen Monica Snow and her mother Carolyn Burton have been recognized at International Development Week in Ottawa this month for their fair trade endeavor, Sol Company. Snow and Burton’s story is part of International Development ...
GUEST COLUMN: Flying with clipped wings
By Stephanie Dunn Now, more than ever before, women are spreading their wings as they explore the freedom and empowerment of entrepreneurship. In 2009, nearly one million women were self-employed according to Statistics Canada, and over the ...
‘Scab cabs’ peeling away taxi customers on the Burin Peninsula
Eric Foote calls them “scab cabs.” Some use the term “ghost taxis.” Call them what you will, for taxi operators on the Burin Peninsula, people illegally carrying others around in their vehicles in exchange for a few dollars ...