Silver for Lab West’s Alf Parsons at World Masters
'A powerful force': St. John’s Women’s March demands local changes
$5 million invested to improve internet service on Great Northern Peninsula
St. Anthony RCMP issue "thin ice" warning
Norway’s ban on fur farming comes as surprise in Newfoundland and elsewhere
NL court ruling could greatly impact Wabush pensioners
Pfizer Canada experiencing EpiPen shortage
Up through the Scouts Canada ranks
N.L. to participate in national suicide prevention project Roots of Hope
Cape Breton Post
When the main prize reaches $50 million, after growth of the pot over a number of weeks without it having been paid out to a successful ticket holder or holders, supplemental prizes of $1 million called Max Millions are also drawn. In the period ...
Want ideas? Look to Texas
We should emulate Texas’s economic recalibration after the mid-1980s global oil price slump. Being an oil-producing state, Texas’s unemployment and deficit skyrocketed and its government extrapolated that it had to diversify the economy. In the last ...
Importance of river must be recognized
I want more people outside of Labrador to know about my concerns. I feel like this river is alive, like a person, like us. Mista Shipu helps Innu with travel and transportation, food and hunting. Children were born on this river. Innu people depended ...
Five deaths too many
Dear Mr. Dion Tee: As you are aware, in November a tragic accident on Hamilton River Road took the life of a very prominent lady of our town. It affected me very deeply because she was a very influential member of one of the committees on which I ...
Two steps the government must take on Muskrat Falls
In the very pertinent section of the S&P review cited by Wangersky, S&P says that the province has an “incentive” to provide an “extraordinary” level of financial support to Muskrat because of Muskrat’s “high profile and economic importance” ...
Spaniard’s Bay symptomatic of much bigger problem
For years, the volunteer fire department has been a “boys’ club” in nearly all the rural outport communities in Newfoundland and Labrador. The men of the community signed up, under the guise of protecting and serving the residents of the community, ...
Russell refuses to take responsibility: NG president
Mr. Russell, a former member of the Nunatsiavut Assembly, claims he was dismissed from the Nunatsiavut Executive Council in February 2011 because he “supported the elders and the low-income people of Hopedale by bringing a crisis situation to light ...