Full picture of project budget essential, expert tells Muskrat Falls ...
Labrador West recount underway in St. John’s
Deadman’s Cove man facing charges relating to fatal collision
Labrador City girl says business didn't do enough to protect her
ALC fails to implement changes: AGs
Grieg NL clams up over Marystown hiring
Ben Waldner and Glenn Penney meet in St. Anthony after working in ...
Town of Clarenville to name street after Corwin Mills
2019 Toyota Tundra TRD PRO offers great ride, handling
Arrival of icebergs creates tourism optimism on Northern Peninsula
Memorial University to collaborate with Great Northern Port Inc. on Crémaillère Harbour economic study
Company still confident Crémaillère Harbour project will proceed
Will Northern Peninsula profit from area sawlogs?
Parks Canada adjusting admission fees at Red Bay National Historic Site in 2020
ALC fails to implement changes: AGs
New charter air service launched for Fogo Island Inn guests
FOGO ISLAND — Fogo Island Inn guests will soon be able to arrive on Fogo Island in one day from major U.S. hubs including New York City and Boston this summer and early fall with the launch of a new air service that meets travellers in Halifax, ...
FFAW calls for transparency in fish price negotiations
St. John’s — The FFAW-Unifor wants the provincial government to take action to ensure fish processors provide accurate information so that fish harvesters get a fair price for their catch. Union president Keith Sullivan said processing ...
Environmental assessment decision on St. Lawrence marine shipping terminal due next month
Canada Fluorspar (NL) Inc. has registered its proposed marine shipping terminal for environmental assessment with the provincial government. The company is planning to build the terminal near Mine Cove in Little Lawn Harbour, along the western ...
Dal study finds support for reduced plastics in Atlantic Canada's food industry
People in the Atlantic provinces, British Columbia and Quebec are most concerned about the impacts of single-use plastics in the food industry, says a new study by the Agri-Food Analytics Lab at Dalhousie University. More than 87 per cent of ...
Tourism operators from Saint-Pierre and Miquelon and Burin Peninsula visit Bonavista Peninsula
BONAVISTA PENINSULA, N.L. – In an effort to explore their neighbours’ success – who also happen to be part of one of the most-visited tourist destinations in the province – operators from Saint-Pierre and Miquelon and the ...
Bay Roberts councillors suggest new Pipers location could create traffic problems
While they're pleased to see a new business coming to town, Bay Roberts council members have concerns about the location of a Pipers store that's due to open later this year. At the Tuesday, May 28 regular meeting, council members ...
Terra Nova FPSO life to be extended by a decade
Suncor Energy and its partners in the Terra Nova joint venture announced that the life of the floating, production, storage and offloading vessel will be extended by 10 years to 2031. Suncor, which has a 37.675 per cent working interest in ...
Codroy Valley farmer hopes to entice sons into agricultural career
Three goats wander around the gravel driveway, only pausing in their constant search for food to inspect passersby. Close by, two ponies arch elegant necks over the fence, seeking nose rubs. A huge, white Labrador mix keeps careful watch from the ...
Nalcor says power sales down due to prices, island use
During Nalcor Energy’s first quarter financial update, chief financial officer Derrick Sturge said the Crown corporation recorded less income from its energy marketing arm, year over year, by about $12 million. Energy marketing is the ...
New web-series from Jonathan Torrens offers financial advice for 20-somethings
Television star Jonathan Torrens is returning to his roots in a web-series launched Friday called “Your Two Cents.” The show hearkens back to the popular ’90s consumer affairs show “Street Cents,” in which Torrens ...