Garbage problem needs to be addressed in Labrador West
Labrador City woman going for international pageant title
NunatuKavut head Todd Russell says opening up law school seats for indigenous ...
THOM BARKER: Brother, can you spare a time (zone)?
Nunatsiavut migratory bird hunt good despite late spring
Gary Shaw: The spring bear hunt arrives in Labrador
Letter: Salmon counting fences not accurate in Labrador
Happy Valley-Goose Bay Girl Guides lend hand to women’s centre
Choices for Youth helping with food insecurity in N.L.
Newfoundland and Labrador snow crab sector passes audit
Details on Newfoundland and Labrador's $60-million innovation and business development fund coming soon
Company proposing to expand sand quarry near Swift Current
Father and son pastors open bookstore and coffee shop in Corner Brook
Thriving Regions workshop examines new ideas for Baie Verte Peninsula
Earning to learn, learning to earn
Latest tourism session touches on successes, needs and potential of Bay of Islands
Around 30 people connected with the tourism sector in the Bay of Islands showed up for an opportunities session in Corner Brook Wednesday. The session was the fourth such event Go Western Newfoundland, the region’s destination management ...
Anaconda Mining hoping to see annual gold production surpass 100,000 ounces
BAIE VERTE, N.L. — Anaconda Mining is hoping to see its annual gold production of 16,000 ounces increase to more than 100,000 in the next three to five years. Earlier this month, Chris Budgell, the company’s mill processing engineering ...
Marathon Gold officials excited about potential for central Newfoundland mine
SPRINGDALE, N.L. — Representatives of Marathon Gold believe they have a real nugget in its Valentine Lake project. Sherry Dunsworth, the company’s senior vice-president of exploration, and Robert Borst, project manager, were keynote ...
Corner Brook's Jacqueline Bennett starting forest school to teach kids about the great outdoors
The forest plays such a vital role in Corner Brook’s past, present and future, Jacqueline Bennett wants to instill a stronger connection with it in young people. Being a Level 2 early childhood educator and an avid hiker who spends virtually ...
Marlaine's Tidewatcher Café, a popular tourist stop in Lark Harbour, not re-opening after 32 seasons
For many folks, a trip down the south shore of the Bay of Islands just won’t be the same anymore. Plenty of people, locals and tourists alike, often made a point of stopping into Marlaine’s Tidewatcher Café for a bite to eat on ...
Voisey’s Bay announcement good news for Bellevue region: MHA
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – Placentia West-Bellevue MHA Mark Browne is touting the economic impact construction of Vale’s Voisey’s Bay underground mine will have in his own district and the province as a whole. Vale’s hydromet ...
NLC looking for recreational marijuana applicants in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L. — If at first you don’t succeed, try again. That’s an approach the Newfoundland Liquor Corporation (NLC) is hoping will work in some areas of the province for the second round of its requests for ...
Department of Transportation and Works want to complete Gallipoli ‘as quickly as possible’
CLARENVILLE, N.L. — The province’s Department of Transportation and Works says the decision to cancel the contract at Burry’s Shipyard for the M.V. Gallipoli and move the work to St. John’s boiled down to the timeline to ...
N.L. taxi operators say high insurance premiums could put many of them out of business
Taxi companies and drivers in Newfoundland and Labrador say they are nearly driven out of business by the high insurance premiums they have to pay, no matter how good their driving record is. In fact, 95 per cent of taxi owners in the province pay ...
Nova Scotia couple cast off for a life at sea, and they're not the only ones
While their numbers are small, there are several Atlantic Canadians opting to sell their land-locked properties and live full-time aboard their boat Waves lap gently against the hull of the Xcelsior II, a 44-foot sailboat sheltered in ...