Gary Shaw: Bill C-71 needs to be examined
Thom Barker: The question is not whether to discuss politics, but how
Quebec Indigenous groups opposed to partnership between Quebec and NL
Spring cabin time in Lab West
President of Labrador West Minor Hockey Association shares his thoughts on Humboldt ...
N.L., Quebec to work together on mining, transportation
IN-DEPTH: Fixed link between Labrador and Newfoundland one step closer
Another great Labrador Loppet
Peter Blackmore: A Labrador fly tying and fly-fishing master
Cannabis shop looks to open for business in Bay Roberts
Newfoundland and Labrador Liquor Corp. approaching notification date for licensed cannabis retailer applicants
Newfoundland and Labrador government going digital with service delivery
Seeds planted for Port Union cannabis production facility in former fish plant
Local company, international partners aim to establish cannabis research and development project in St. John’s
New Harbour dealt a blow as Daley Brothers decide not to open fish plant for 2018
Anaconda gold mine project on Baie Verte Peninsula to undergo environmental assessment
MING’S BIGHT, NL – Anaconda Mining Inc.’s proposed Argyle gold mine project near Ming’s Bight on the Baie Verte Peninsula has been registered with the provincial government for an environmental assessment. The project calls ...
Guidelines identified for proposed Labrador mine’s environmental impact statement
ST. JOHN’S, NL – Draft guidelines identifying the information that must be included in an environmental impact statement for Search Minerals Inc.’s proposed Foxtrot rare earth element mine in Labrador have been released. The ...
Entrepreneur sees major potential in Northern Peninsula region
MAIN BROOK, NL – Experienced entrepreneur Ben Wiper sees the Great Northern Peninsula as a land of opportunity. Having now settled into Main Brook after nearly a year, Wiper went from working with the Northern Lights Seafood plant to ...
Marine industry awards honour past and present during St. John's gala
At the second annual Turning the Tide Marine Industry Awards gala Thursday evening at the St. John’s Convention Centre, the who’s who of Newfoundland society gathered, but three individuals stood out among the crowd of attendees: Jim ...
N.L. Liberals on sidelines in D-J Composites lockout
Almost 16 months after it began, the lockout at D-J Composites in Gander drags on, with the government hesitant to step in to find a solution. The Labour Relations Board found in a May 3, 2017 decision the company “breached its duty to ...
New Port aux Basques daycare officially opens
PORT AUX BASQUES, NL – Viewed from the outside, the new building housing the Growing Our Future Childcare Co-operative (GOFCC) is deceptively small and almost resembles a private home. Inside is a warm, spacious and appealing environment ...
Province tells Nalcor to spend on seismic data
Nalcor Energy wasn’t planning to spend money on new seismic data collection for oil and gas exploration off Newfoundland and Labrador this year. The Liberal cabinet stepped in, ordering a $20-million change in plans. “Nalcor’s ...
Council and loggers association want answers on Northern Peninsula pellet plant
RODDICKTON-BIDE ARM, NL – Roddickton-Bide Arm town council and the Northern Peninsula Loggers Association are seeking answers regarding a proposed pellet plant on the Northern Peninsula. In May 2017, The Telegram reported the provincial ...
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., ...