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
Book Remarks — Bay of Hope
VIBERT: Halifax now a world-class nanny state
After ‘hell,’ Witless Bay family thankful for blood donors
St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival begins today
Port aux Basques man gets intermittent sentence for sexual assault of minor
Supreme Court Justice Vikas Khaladkar asks for help to determine how to proceed with Colin Wheeler case
Newfoundland and Labrador residents don’t expect big change
Man who spends summers in Bonne Bay fined for holding a resident big game licence
Newfoundland and Labrador should embrace its growing immigrant population, urges Diversity Summit 2018 speaker
UPDATE: Customers in Newfoundland and Labrador brave cold, wet, windy night to be the first to buy legal cannabis in Canada
Poll: Hey Newfoundlanders and Labradorians, will you buy recreational pot?
As of 12:01 a.m. Wednesday, recreational cannabis will become legal across Canada. Newfoundland and Labrador will be the first province where cannabis will be sold once the clocks strike midnight and several licensed retailers are putting off ...
More properties will be up for auction in Corner Brook in property tax sale
A total of 14 properties will likely be available to the highest bidder when the City of Corner Brook holds a property tax sale. No date has been set, but as per applicable legislation, the properties affected must be advertised in The Western ...
Michael Oxford charged for threatening violence against Corner Brook judge
A Corner Brook man who became verbally aggressive after being denied bail has been charged with threatening the provincial court judge who ordered him to remain in custody. Michael Oxford, 56, was denied bail by Judge Kymil Howe last Thursday. ...
New court dates set for Occupational Health and Safety charges
Powertel Utilities Contractors Limited and one of its supervisors have new court dates set after being summonsed to Provincial Court for a first appearance on Monday. Both have been charged with violations of the Occupational Health and Safety Act ...
Minister ready for things to light up on Wednesday
Justice Minister Andrew Parsons won’t be anywhere near a pot retailer Wednesday when marijuana becomes legal across Canada. That’s not on purpose. It’s just that his duties require him to be in Port aux Basques Wednesday, ...
New Downtown Master Plan in Stephenville to create a good atmosphere: Roberts
Darren Roberts believes it’s time for Stephenville to be more aggressive and proactive in creating a good atmosphere for the town. The Stephenville businessman, who is a partner at Kung & Roberts Chartered Professional Accountants, made ...
Two more people added at Muskrat Falls Inquiry
Two former members of the provincial public service have been granted standing for part of the Commission of Inquiry Respecting the Muskrat Falls Project, including former auditor general Terry Paddon. As testimony closed on Tuesday, Commissioner ...
Colin Wheeler going to trial for allegedly threatening Crown prosecutor, Supreme Court justice in Corner Brook
A Bay of Islands man with a lengthy criminal history and already facing more prison time for behavior while incarcerated has been charged with uttering threats against both a Crown prosecutor and a judge. Colin Wheeler, 38, has been behind bars ...
Former Nalcor board members say at Muskrat Falls Inquiry that they don’t recall risk assessment
Four former members of Nalcor Energy’s board of directors, responsible for weighing the options for powering Newfoundland and Labrador, say they expected to be notified of any significant risks for the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric ...
Mending the police-Indigenous relationship
Day 1 of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls hearings in St. John’s saw an exploration of the conflicted relationship between Indigenous populations and police authorities. Perhaps the most common ...