Remembrance Day: Honouring warriors around Newfoundland and Labrador
ON THE 11th HOUR: when the war went quiet
Devastation, distinction: Battle of Beaumont-Hamel is etched in ...
Black Tickle fuel situation being addressed
Gary Shaw: Trapping season is upon us
Nunatsiavut pulls out of Nutrition North Indigenous Working Group
A look back at the life of Labrador's Private Thomas Flowers
Labrador Grenfell Health board chair suspended
Labrador's Snow Goose Mountain reopening after 15 years
MARK VAUGHAN-JACKSON: Psst! Wanna buy some carbon
Nalcor receives sustainability designation from CEA
Mark Vaughan-Jackson: Putting our money where our ideas are
Record bids for Newfoundland and Labrador offshore oil exploration total over $1.3 billion
Longshoremen’s Protective Union in Newfoundland and Labrador celebrates first women members
The 10-per-cent solution
Viva la vinyl in St. John's
Record enthusiasts lined up outside the Record Fair NL fall fair before the doors opened Saturday morning – all in search of new albums to add to their collections. An event room at the Holiday Inn in St. John’s was crowded. Within 30 ...
Women sharing space in same building to compete with business challenges
Two Stephenville women sharing rental space in the lower level of a building on Main Street believe they’re a good model for how women can support each other and grow their businesses. Kylie Cook is the owner-operator of Coast Clothing, and ...
Canadian Home Builders’ Association N.L.hand out 10th Annual BERG Awards
The Canadian Home Builders’ Association N.L. (CHBA-NL) has handed out the hardware celebrating the best in Newfoundland and Labrador’s residential construction centre. The association’s 10th annual Berg Awards were held Saturday ...
Newfoundland and Labrador digs mining
The provincial government is digging deep on its plans to further develop the mining industry in the province, with its eyes on five new mines. Premier Dwight Ball and Natural Resources Minister Siobhan Coady spoke of the plan at the Mineral ...
Newfoundland and Labrador government finalize another cannabis production and supply agreement
The province has inked another cannabis production and supply agreement, this one with a company that has roots on the province’s west coast. The Newfoundland and Labrador government signed a performance-based three-year agreement with Biome ...
Mark Vaughan-Jackson: There’s gold in them thar hills
I can’t tell you how long I’ve wanted to use that headline in The Telegram. This week I got my chance. And while the “hills” part might be a little artistic licence on my part, the “gold” is right on ...
Memorial University launching joint degree in music and business
Memorial University is launching a first-of-its-kind in Canada joint degree program in music and business, allowing students to earn both a bachelor of music and a bachelor of business administration. School of Music dean Ian Sutherland says the ...
Would-be Newfoundland and Labrador fishery union will reapply for certification
A month after suffering a defeat at the hands of the province’s labour relations board, the Federation of Independent Sea Harvesters of Newfoundland and Labrador (FISH-NL) is celebrating a small victory today. The would-be fish ...
Women in Resource Development Corp. presents N.L. 2018 Diversity and Inclusion Awards
The Women in Resource Development Corp. (WRDC) is a provincial non-profit organization that has committed to increasing women’s participation in trades and technology since 1997. With both private and public funding, WRDC, and its Educational ...
Corner Brook marijuana production facility could soon be up and running
Rita Hall is anticipating starting up her marijuana production facility in Corner Brook by early December. Seeing the opportunity in marijuana growth, from both a financial and a research perspective, Hall announced her plans to become a licensed ...