Hundreds of speeding, aggressive N.L. drivers ticketed
MUN global warming-related project gets international recognition
Illegal cigarettes still common in Newfoundland and Labrador
Russell Wangersky: After the battle’s over, a new one begins
Nunatsiavut and Federal government launch partnership to protect ocean in northern Labrador
Lifeboat drill incident causes injuries on Northern Ranger
Opening up the conversation on local media in N.L.
Happy Valley-Goose Bay couple facing charges following September incident
Apprentices in Atlantic Canada get boost
Cape Breton Post
Pete Soucy confirms ‘bold step’ decision to seek Liberal nomination in Bonavista-Burin-Trinity
Steelworkers union vote to create temporary workforce
Breaking: Wabush courthouse to remain open
Government denies Nunatsiavut appeal of Nalcor’s HHRAP for Muskrat Falls
Lottomax winning ticket sold in Labrador
Wabush mayor and Chamber wading into Wabush Mines court proceedings
Water and Wastewater funding announced for Labrador
Dwight Ball Water and Wastewater funding announced for province Just over $12 million in water and wastewater funding was announced on June 7 for Labrador. The announcement was made in Bay Roberts by Judy Foote, federal minister of ...
“I actually tried university and I failed,” said the 24-year old, who hails from Moncton, NB. “I would have found this earlier, had I not been pointed away from the trades.” The ‘this” Bishop refers to is the industrial/construction electrical ...
Signs of trouble
There were several pivotal moments during the campaign of the 42nd federal election, according to David Johnson, political science professor at Cape Breton University. For the Conservatives, that moment was the exodus of senior ministers in the ...
Over the course of the 11-week campaign, the Liberal leader promised change in the form of infrastructure investments, job creation, tax changes and social policy, among others. There was even some talk of legal pot floating out there early in the ...
Harry Martin honoured with Music NL Lifetime Achievement Award
Cartwright’s Harry Martin said the award is very much appreciated but was unexpected. “I’ve been out of the business for a number of years for health reasons,” he said. “I didn’t have too many contacts with St. John’s. I did a few things around ...
Provincial Liberals reaffirm support for land claim
She was brought to tears briefly on this morning, at the thought of what might be possible if the Government of Canada and NunatuKavut enter into talks and come to terms on a land claim. She was more than encouraged as Liberal leader Dwight Ball ...
More Town funding for library would be a ‘huge burden’ says Wabush Mayor
In fact, it says the municipalities in this province are almost at the bottom of all provinces that contributed. Only Prince Edward Island was lower. There were many recommendations that will be studied in an effort to make the services more ...
UPDATED: Protest at Muskrat Falls on Oct. 3
The North Spur is located across the river from the Muskrat Falls dam site. Kirk Lethbridge, one of the organizers of the protest, said they don’t believe the North Spur — a dam which has been the source of controversy since the ...
Get out and vote
Polls opened at 8 a.m. Atlantic this morning and will close at 8 p.m. tonight. There was a light — but steady — stream of voters at the polls at the Royal Canadian Legion in Happy Valley-Goose Bay this morning, as residents exercised their right to ...
UPDATED: Race to avert strike at Quebec mine near Lab City
On Friday the union announced it had rejected the company's last offer by 99.6 per cent . They set a strike deadline for noon today (Monday.) After the rejection, both sides returned to the bargaining table. Over the weekend, former Quebec ...