Free ebook to mark Alzheimer's Awareness Month
Eastern Health adding ultrasounds to automated notification system in effort to cut ...
Harbour Grace prisoner cells busy in 2017
The Food Dude: For the love of lasagne
Ron MacLean says it’s important to always remember our roots to hockey
Choose your CT scan wisely, urges MUN specialist
Lions Clubs take on kids cancer in N.L. and around the world
HAROLD WALTERS: Defined by Einstein
New Year's baby delights Bishop's Cove couple
Contract awarded to refurbish coast guard building in St. Anthony
Eight Newfoundland tourism awards handed out at trade show finale
MP's brother wins coveted surf clam licence, but most say process was fair
N.L.’s indexing of minimum wage will protect jobs: restaurant association
Fisheries minister’s decision to divvy up Arctic surf clam quota slammed by Clearwater, Town of Grand Bank
Carbonear purchases land for potential farmers’ market
N.L. Liberals want to bump up injured workers’ compensation
The Liberal government wants to increase the compensation paid to injured workers in the province. As ServiceNL Minister Sherry Gambin-Walsh announced Tuesday, at a joint news conference with WorkplaceNL, a bill will be introduced in the next ...
Newfoundland and Labrador Liquor Corp. launches Cannabis NL and issues formal request for proposals
The Newfoundland and Labrador Liquor Corp.’s (NLC) plans for overseeing the province’s blossoming cannabis industry reached the vegetative stage of growth with the launch of its Cannabis NL division and a formal request for proposals ...
Environmental assessment committee established for Rambler’s proposed tailings expansion on Baie Verte Peninsula
BAIE VERTE, NL – An environmental assessment committee (EAC) has been put in place for the proposed expansion of Rambler Metals and Mining's tailing management facility at the Nugget Pond mill site on the Baie Verte ...
The Den is looking for a few good Newfoundland and Labrador ‘Dragons’
The CBC TV reality show “Dragons’ Den” is hunting for more aspiring entrepreneurs to take their chances on the next season. Those who want to try their luck in this province can do so on an auspicious day next month – St. ...
Benefits to Newfoundland and Labrador as Ocean Supercluster cashes in
Atlantic Canada’s lone bid in the federal government’s Innovation Supercluster Initiative was announced as one of the five successful applicants on Thursday. That means the Ocean Supercluster, a private-sector-led group of big and ...
Touring Anaconda Mining operation on Baie Verte Peninsula
BAIE VERTE, NL — Members of the provincial government toured the Anaconda Mining operation on the Baie Verte Peninsula Wednesday to view the innovative techniques used to mine narrow vein gold deposits. Tourism, Culture and Innovation ...
NL recreational boaters launch new provincial association
The newly formed Newfoundland and Labrador Recreational Boaters Association (NLRBA) is seeking volunteer members for the steering committee to help form the new association. The NLRBA seeks to be the official voice for the recreation boating ...
Newfoundland and Labrador small business among least polite in Canada: study
Newfoundlanders and Labradorians like to count themselves among the friendliest people in Canada, but a new study shows that small businesses in this province are among the least polite. The politeness index study conducted by Freshbooks.com, a ...
Environmental assessment legislation lacks clarity: Noia
The Newfoundland and Labrador Oil & Gas Industries Association (Noia) has broken its silence on the federal government’s proposed environmental assessment legislation and it appears they, like many, have more questions than ...
St. Anthony Seafoods becomes seven-month operation for first time in its history
For the first time since the plant went into operation in 1999, St. Anthony Seafoods will not be running year-round. ...