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Annual garden harvest is upon us in Labrador West
Public Wi-Fi project launched in Labrador City
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Public servants, their salaries must be released, Court of Appeal rules
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Civilian memorial at Gander's Commonwealth War Graves to be unveiled Sept. 23
Nalcor CEO Stan Marshall offers optimism in the face of concerns of potential power outages in winter 2018
Public consultation on consolidating ambulance services legislation makes stop in Corner Brook
Five jurors left to choose before Neville murder trial begins in N.L. court
The murder trial of Steven Neville may get underway this afternoon, if five more jurors are chosen by then. After two days of the jury selection process, nine jurors had been chosen to hear the case as of the end of Tuesday. A total of 12 jurors ...
Shaping up for a fine fall in Newfoundland, The Weather Network predicts
OAKVILLE, ONT. ONTARIO CANADA The Weather Network meteorologists released their fall forecast until the end of November on Sept. 17. Above normal temperatures are forecast for areas of Newfoundland and Labrador this fall with extended ...
Parsons discusses what’s working and what’s not in N.L.'s criminal justice system
MARYSTOWN, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA The government’s travelling discussion on the challenges and issues with the province’s criminal justice system was in Marystown Tuesday, Sept 18. Justice Minister Andrew Parson ...
UPDATED: Inquiry witnesses speak to traditional use of river and Muskrat Falls
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY – Testifying at the Muskrat Falls Inquiry, Sebastian Penunsi spoke for the Innu Nation about the use of the Churchill River as a transit route, as people travelled and lived on the land, and its importance to hunting, ...
Provincial government’s appeal of Grieg NL environmental assessment decision dismissed
ST. ANDREWS, N.B. NEW BRUNSWICK CANADA An attempt by the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador and Grieg NL to appeal a court decision requiring the company to carry out a full environmental assessment of its Placentia Bay aquaculture ...
SERIES: The Holocaust - Halifax's Natan Nevo paints over dark days of war with a positive look at life and people
Natan Nevo’s art workroom is filled with colourful landscapes and abstracts, depicting his outlook on life today – bright, cheery, optimistic. During the Second World War in his native Poland, while in hiding and later trying to find ...
Newfoundland and Labrador paramedics can now administer hydrocortisone
Eastern Health announced paramedics in Newfoundland and Labrador are now able to administer hydrocortisone, for the emergency treatment of patients who are experiencing adrenal crisis. Rapid recognition of adrenal crisis and immediate ...
Corner Brook takes more steps towards permitting limited snowmobiling/ATV use within municipal boundary
The City of Corner Brook has taken another big step towards making itself friendlier to ATV and snowmobile tourism. At its public meeting Monday evening, city council authorized staff to commence a public consultation process to seek input from ...
Hydroelectric projects are usually more expensive than originally estimated, Oxford professor says
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY The first day of the Commission of Inquiry Respecting the Muskrat Falls Hydroelectric Project spent time on the cost and schedule overruns that plague hydroelectric megaprojects. Bent Flyvbjerg, chair of major programme ...
SERIES: North Sydney couple lost families in Holocaust, found each other
They met while trying to locate lost family members. What they found instead was each other. ...