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N.L. government issues RFP for former provincial park near Glenwood
Anaconda gold mine project on Baie Verte Peninsula to undergo environmental assessment
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Marine industry awards honour past and present during St. John's gala
N.L. Liberals on sidelines in D-J Composites lockout
Marketing manager for Port of Argentia believes in promotional sharing
Ray Greene says that if communities in this province promote one another on projects in Newfoundland and Labrador, then those are projects that benefit all of us. The marketing manager for the Port of Argentia made the comment while addressing the ...
Newfoundland and Labrador pays $700K in legal fees to fight U.S. tariffs
The provincial government is racking up major legal bills as it fights tariffs imposed by U.S. President Donald Trump. Two cabinet orders from February and April show close to $700,000 in legal fees have been billed to the provincial government to ...
Dominion launches online shopping in Newfoundland and Labrador
By the end of May, regular customers at Dominion stores in Newfoundland will never have to physically step foot inside any of the grocery giant’s stores ever again if they so choose. The chain, a wholly owned subsidiary of Loblaws Cos. Ltd., ...
St. John's-based DF Barnes acquires Scotland’s BiFab
St. John’s-based DF Barnes made a major splash in the international business community by finalizing the purchase of Scotland’s Burntisland Fabrication (BiFab), a leader in the United Kingdom oil and gas industry and renewable ...
Destination: Renovation - Think ahead to determine what you want back from what you put in
Even with low interest rates on financing, not all renovations are good deals for homeowners looking to up the market value of their houses ahead of a sale. Digging to put a swimming pool in the backyard, installing a heat pump, upping the ...
N.L., Quebec to work together on mining, transportation
Premier Dwight Ball will be part of an announcement in Quebec Thursday of two new agreements between Newfoundland and Labrador and its neighbour. After a meeting of the Council of the Federation in Edmonton in July 2017, the provinces agreed to ...
Oil exploration should not be allowed in marine refuges: WWF Canada
Allowing oil and gas exploration and development in marine refuges off the province’s east coast — while bottom-contact fisheries are banned — doesn’t make sense, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Canada says. WWF Canada said ...
Gas bar and convenience store planned for former ACAN site in Paradise
The Montreal-based company that purchased the former ACAN Windows and Doors facility in Paradise last year has made its first development application for the site. The Paradise town council approved in principle the Alre Properties Ltd. ...
Labrador iron ore mine project gets environmental approval from federal government
OTTAWA – The federal government has granted environmental approval for Howse Minerals Ltd.’s proposed open-pit iron ore mine project in Labrador to proceed. Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna indicated the ...
Feeling the crab quota pinch in Greenspond
GREENSPOND, NL – It won’t be the year that sinks his enterprise, but Greenspond fisherman Kevin Blackwood foresees a tough season ahead. The Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) announced the 2018 snow crab quota on April 5. This ...