CRA survey finds nearly a quarter of N.L. residents are planning to ...
Application deadline for mental health and addictions grant program approaching
Fisherman says more oversight needed on Labrador shrimp allocation committee
Time to change equalization formula, say Newfoundland and Labrador politicians
Newfoundland and Labrador municipalities preparing request on cannabis
Journalist Justin Brake’s case heard in Court of Appeal
Labrador City passes budget
Province spends $2.2M to remove brush from N.L. roads
Fraudsters sending false e-transfer emails claiming to be from the CRA
Cape Breton Post
Deciphering loyalty rewards cards
Retirement nest eggs cracking for many Canadians
Bay of Islands fish plant helping to determine marketability of snow crab caught in autumn
Marine Institute scientist sees aquaculture potential for Northern Peninsula
Churchill Falls fight lands in Supreme Court of Canada
Bolstering your bank account
OPEC announcement welcomed in Newfoundland and Labrador
News out of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) meeting in Vienna Thursday was considered good news for the provincial coffers, with the cartel and its partners agreeing to keep their oil output suppressed through 2018. The ...
Newfoundland and Labrador company testing clean tech in Caribbean landfill
Wherever there’s a landfill, there’s leachate. It’s the liquid that drains or leaches away from a landfill, becoming composed of organic and inorganic materials, heavy metals and pathogens along the way. With a diverse ...
Hey Orca named in Twitter Canada tech startup list
HeyOrca co-founder Joe Teo is featured on Twitter Canada’s list of 20 Canadian tech startup founders that are using the social media tool to its fullest. The idea is to promote startups that are using their voices to leverage their brand and ...
White Metal planning aerial survey of Northern Peninsula property
ST. ANTHONY, NL – White Metal Resources Corp. is planning an airborne geophysical survey on its Gunners Cove property, located north of St. Anthony, according to a news release from the company Nov. 28. The new data will be used to better ...
First of 700 million barrels produced at $14-B Hebron oil platform
The number of offshore oil and gas platforms successfully operating off the coast of Newfoundland climbed to four this week with news that first oil was produced Monday at Hebron. ExxonMobil Canada president Carman Mullins and vice-president Mike ...
Newfoundland and Labrador top province for oil investment
The Newfoundland and Labrador Oil and Gas Industries Association (Noia) is calling on the federal government to help maintain Newfoundland and Labrador’s positive placing in the Fraser Institute’s latest survey of most attractive ...
Newfoundland and Labrador government makes more land available for agricultural development
The provincial government announced Tuesday it is making a sizeable amount of land available in the province for agricultural development. A news release states that 12 additional agriculture areas of interest — totalling approximately 8,400 ...
WorkplaceNL lowers workers compensation rates for employers
Employers in Newfoundland and Labrador will be paying a little less for worker’s compensation coverage in 2018 after WorkplaceNL decreased its average assessment rate last week by 7.8 per cent. Effective Jan. 1, the rate will be lowered from ...
Independent mediator fails to resolve Gander labour dispute
GANDER, NL – The appointment of an independent mediator has failed to bring a resolution to the labour dispute between DJ Composites and its Gander employees represented by Unifor Local 597. According to the provincial government, Advanced ...
Buying new, used or leasing – it all depends on your needs
To buy new or not to buy new? That is the question. Well, maybe one more – what about leasing? These are questions rolling through my head as I look at my beloved 2007 Ford Focus. I’ve had it for only a couple of years, but it’s ...