Thom Barker: Rampage: How to judge a movie by its trailer
Lending a helping hand
Questioning the science
Group home opens in Sheshatshiu
Surf clam decision reversed – with no explanation
Gary Shaw: Summer, it’s going fast!
Labrador Land Protectors call on province and feds to follow IEAC recommendations
Labrador Canoe Regatta popularity waning
Happy Valley-Goose Bay youth ventures out with ice cream cart business
Tales of the unexpected - Plan a financial course to deal with injury or illness
Reason for optimism at St. Anthony Seafoods
Lab West data centre gets approval for electricity from Public Utilities Board
Quarry extension project near Swift Current released from environmental assessment
Fitz’s Mobile Welding prospering in Harbour Grace
Clarenville-based medical marijuana facility passes environmental assessment with conditions
Electricity application approved for Wabush blockchain data centre
WABUSH, N.L. – A company looking to operate a blockchain technology data centre in Wabush says its electricity application has been approved. In a release today, Aug. 15, BlockLab indicated the Public Utilities Board (PUB) has sanctioned its ...
Eastlink to discontinue analog TV in several Northern Peninsula communities
HAWKE’S BAY, N.L. - A business leader in Hawke’s Bay is raising concerns around the quality of Internet and cost of television service in his community. Tom Maynard is the owner of Torrent River Inn in Hawke’s Bay. He is upset by ...
Venture for Canada fellowship program provides graduates with experience and companies with the skills they need
When Corner Brook’s Bronwyn Woolfrey wrapped up the practicum portion of her master’s degree in public health from Memorial University, she thought, like so many other graduates, that she’d slide into a career in her field of ...
Forteau store takes initiative to go green
Food Chopper in Forteau has gone green. Owner Brad Hancock said the recent move away from plastic bags is something he’s been thinking about implementing for several months. Hancock is determined to make the initiative work. And by ...
N.L. government rejects appeal of environmental impact statement for industrial composting facility
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – Municipal Affairs and Environment Minister Andrew Parsons has dismissed an appeal of the requirement that an environmental impact statement (EIS) be completed for the proposed industrial composting facility project on ...
A dozen N.L. Ultramar stations being converted to Irving and Circle K as part of joint venture
Newfoundlanders will notice 12 fewer Ultramar gas stations and more 12 more Irving stations around the province over the coming months. Last month, Irving Oil Ltd. bought 13 Ultramar stations in Atlantic Canada from Quebec-based Alimentation ...
Shifting gears - Losing your job can be the catalyst for positive career change
Scott Ferris didn’t see it coming. After two-and-a-half years, he was let go in January from his provincial government job as director of global trade services with Innovation P.E.I. Ferris was originally hired to run Sales P.E.I., ...
OLIVER: Seek savings on scholastic spending
Whilst perusing the aisles at Staples recently, I observed a most curious sight: a child excitedly shopping for back-to-school supplies with her mother. I don’t ever recall being excited about shopping for items that are emblematic of ...
DFO cancels Arctic surf clam licence for Five Nations Clam Company
OTTAWA – A new Arctic surf clam licence will not be issued this year. The federal government has cancelled the process to issue a new licence to Five Nations Clam Company that was announced back in February, according to a statement from the ...
Logan Humby earns Excellence in Arts and Tourism Award from Youth Ventures
ST. LUNAIRE-GRIQUET, N.L. – Ten-year-old Logan Humby of St. Lunaire-Griquet was in Conception Bay South on Thursday to accept a prestigious award for his small business. Logan clinched Youth Ventures NL’s Excellence in Arts and Tourism ...