2018 luminary service honours late committee member
Newfoundland and Labrador receives first of two Gas Tax Fund instalments for ...
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MusicNL announces 2018 awards nominees
Big improvements underway for Smokey Mountain in Labrador West
Heat alert surprises many in Labrador West
Cupers Cove Soiree ready for 25th summer celebration in Cupids
Dedication, hard work secret of Fortune Special Olympian’s success
At least four dead after Fredericton, N.B. shooting, one suspect in custody
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Young Newfoundland and Labrador entrepreneurs honoured as CBDC Youth Ventures presents annual awards
Newfoundland and Labrador job vacancy rate declines slightly
Labrador West residents wondering about Rio Tinto’s plans for IOC
Plan in works to turn Marystown Shipyard into aquaculture service hub
Happy Valley-Goose Bay youth ventures out with ice cream cart business
Dairy Queen franchise planned for Deer Lake expected to create 40 jobs
Gander leaders upset with Air Canada decision
GANDER, N.L. – Air Canada flights from Gander to Halifax will be cut in half this fall. Running from Oct. 28 – May 1, Air Canada’s winter schedule will see twice-daily flights downsized to one. In an emailed response, Isabelle ...
Rally for locked-out D-J Composites’ employees in Gander today
GANDER, N.L. – Locked out employees of DJ- Composites will be holding a rally and community barbecue in Gander at noon today, Aug. 7. The 31 employees, members of Unifor local 597, have been locked out for 597 days. "If this province ...
Corner Brook mill union president glad American tariff won’t be as drastic as first proposed
Even if the American government had decided to inflict no tariff on Canadian newsprint at all, Paul Humber believes Corner Brook Pulp and Paper is better off headed in the same direction it’s going. Humber is president of Unifor local 242, ...
Billion-dollar bonus for Newfoundland and Labrador skills training
The federal government announced a nearly billion-dollar investment in the people of Newfoundland and Labrador on Friday. Over the next six years, Ottawa will spend $949 million through a pair of labour agreements that are aimed at increasing the ...
Cuts in plant work has ripple effect through Northern Peninsula
GREAT NORTHERN PENINSULA, N.L. — Concerns reverberate throughout the region as shrimp plant work has been harder to come by this summer. Mayors on the Great Northern Peninsula are concerned about the ripple effect cuts and a reduction in ...
Anaconda Mining collaborating with College of the North Atlantic in research and development project
Anaconda Mining president and CEO Dustin Angelo was in St. John’s this week to take part in an announcement of a new collaboration with the College of the North Atlantic that aims to improving productivity for the mining company while ...
OCI looking for more workers at Fortune fish plant
FORTUNE, N.L. – Things are hunky-dory at Ocean Choice International’s (OCI) fish plant in Fortune these days, according to Karen Caines, chair of the Fish, Food and Allied Workers (FFAW-Unifor) union. Since opening last October to ...
Gold exploration begins north of Port aux Basques
PORT AUX BASQUES, N.L. — The lure of gold has always piqued the imagination of human beings and right now there is a buzz developing in Newfoundland and Labrador in general and the Port aux Basques area specifically. Matador Mining is ...
Newfoundland and Labrador businesses want details on carbon pricing
Business owners and operators in Newfoundland and Labrador know carbon pricing will be coming into play locally — at least according to provincial and federal comments to date — in less than half a year. The provincial government is being ...
Home suite home: the sharing economy in central Newfoundland
CENTRAL, N.L. - First there was eBay, creating uncertainty in the retail space, then Uber shaking up the local transportation industry. Now the big buzz is all about Airbnb and its impact on tourism and housing. And it’s no longer just a ...