Labrador West Pioneers: Bernie Denief
Questions get personal at Muskrat Falls Inquiry
From Labrador City to Carnegie Hall
CLEARING THE AIR: Taking Atlantic Canada's pot pulse
Cannabis rules: what to expect in Newfoundland and Labrador
Tragically Hip tribute on the road in Labrador
Former Wabush man pens first book
The artwork of Marty Byrne
Labrador activist repeats concerns at Muskrat Fall Inquiry
Corner Brook man saw business opportunity in cannabis legalization
Carbonear paint shop closes its doors
Keith Russell feels proud company's dignified service recognized by Bay St. George Chamber of Commerce
Crystal Waters Boat Tours ceases operation
Small Business Week events in Corner Brook on Monday
First-time Island buyers rejoice
House of Glam owners set sights on improving regulations, safety in Newfoundland and Labrador’s growing eyelash industry
A pair of estheticians and best friends from St. John’s are starting a lash revolution. Dianna Dwyer, 30, and Kristie Lawlor, 27, recently abandoned their separate home-based eyelash extension businesses in favour a joint venture called ...
Noia opens nominations for annual N.L. offshore oil and gas industry awards
Noia, the province’s oil and gas industry association, is accepting nominations for its annual industry achievement awards — the outstanding contribution award and the rising star award. The latter is presented to an industry member ...
New cannabis firm’s parent company starts trading on CSE
A little piece of Newfoundland and Labrador started trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) Tuesday. Biome Grow, an Ontario-based cannabis company, is the parent company of Back Home Medical Cannabis Corp. in Barachois Brook on the ...
Newfoundland and Labrador Credit Union giving back to communities, charities
The Newfoundland and Labrador Credit Union (NLCU) will spread kindness and cash during international co-op week Oct. 15-19. All next week, each of the NLCU’s 12 branches in this province will perform an act of kindness in their respective ...
NewFound Beards offers locally made oils and balms to keep your whiskers looking healthy
There’s more to growing a great beard than simply not shaving for weeks on end. It takes patience, commitment and, above all else, grooming. “Any guy can just grow a big, burly messy beard,” says Kyle Sampson. “But keep ...
Alderon ready to move forward on Kami Project in Labrador West
LABRADOR CITY, N.L. While Alderon’s Kami Project was announced more than five years ago and then shelved after a slump in the iron ore industry, the company is now ready to restart the project. Alderon CEO Tayfun Eldem explained the plans ...
CHHA-NL obtains loan to launch new social enterprise
The provincial chapter of the Canadian Hard of Hearing Association will launch an online learning portal (OLP) as a new social enterprise after receiving the first Support loan through Metro Business Opportunities (MBO). The Support program was ...
St. John’s tech firm Vision33 consolidates arms under one banner
After 15 years of operating three businesses under separate trade names, president Tony Whalen is consolidating his companies under one banner. zedIT solutions, a provider of eGovernment solutions for state and local government as well as IT ...
Labrador Iron Ore pays dividends
Despite a nine-week work stoppage at the iron ore mine in Labrador West and relatively soft global iron ore prices, the Labrador Iron Ore Royalty Corporation (IORC), which owns 15 per cent of the mine, recently announced a strong dividend to ...
Labrador West welcomes the Moss Pit
LABRADOR CITY, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA A cold brisk wind and snow on the ground greeted officials to the opening of the newest mining pit at the Iron Ore Company of Canada (IOC) site on Sept. 23. High up in the hills ...