St. Anthony Christmas Parade held in memory of Donny Powell
St. Lunaire-Griquet holds its Christmas parade
Pack the Back event helps families in southern Labrador
Byron Moores gearing up for the games
Cook's Harbour/Wild Bight/Boat Harbour Fire Dept receives $10K from IGA
Caribous coming back to Northern Peninsula’s Grey Islands
From the Vault — Dec 14, 1988
THOM BARKER: Have you got the guts not to trust your gut?
What's happening with The Northern Pen Community Calendar
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
UPDATE: Fisheries and Land Resource Minister denies timber permits have been issued
Great Northern Port CEO hints at 2019 start on St. Anthony project
Newfoundland industry association support of aquaculture act plans
The province’s aquaculture industry association is lauding the decision of the Canadian Council of Fisheries and Aquaculture Ministers to make the push for a specific act governing the industry, which is currently operating under the ...
Clarenville chamber president talks municipal budget ahead of release
CLARENVILLE, N.L. The Town of Clarenville’s annual municipal operating budget is due to be released on Tuesday, Dec. 18 — with a special meeting broadcast on Facebook Live at 4:30 p.m. And while the town held a budget public ...
Payday loan laws to be enacted in Newfoundland and Labrador in new year
The payday lending industry will soon be regulated in this province. It’s a process two years in the making. In December 2016, the province passed legislation to protect consumers who use payday lending services, and also increase ...
Cannabis plants now available for purchase online in Newfoundland and Labrador
People in this province are among the first in Canada to have the option to buy cannabis plants online. Cannabis NL, a division of Newfoundland Labrador Liquor Corporation (NLC), announced the availability of the plants in a news release issued ...
GUEST COLUMN: Private sector partnerships can fill gaps in Canada’s search and rescue operations
On a brisk morning last August on the eastern Arctic coast, the Canadian Coast Guard rescued 126 people aboard the Akademik Ioffe passenger ship after it had run aground north of Kugaaruk, Nunavut. Rescue crews evacuated the damaged vessel by ...
Husky spill consisted of two fluid releases, investigation reveals
Husky Energy’s investigation into the massive fuel spill at the SeaRose vessel last month has revealed there were actually two fluid releases containing a mix of oil, water and gas. While the final report has not yet concluded exactly what ...
Grand Falls-Windsor wastewater treatment upgrade requires women’s employment plan
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, N.L. The expansion of the Grand Falls-Windsor wastewater treatment facility has a set goal — to create construction opportunities for women. The directive was passed down to the central Newfoundland town by the ...
Women gather at The Block — new St. John’s coworking space cultivates community, collaboration
Welcome to The Block – a work and community space designed specifically for women. Launched in mid-November, women sign up with a $100 monthly fee which gets them access to the coworking space, WIFI, printing, beverages and snacks, a lending ...
GUEST COLUMN: Offshore focus is on the safety of our people and protection of the environment
The recent oil spill offshore Newfoundland and Labrador has raised some important questions in the public domain about industry’s spill response capabilities and its access to capping and containment equipment. Newfoundland’s offshore ...
MARK VAUGHAN-JACKSON: Look to the sea
What do you think of when you hear the words “ocean economy”? If you’re from Newfoundland and Labrador, you might think of something like the fishery. Oil and gas maybe? You’d be partially right. Of ...