Around the Grand Bank council table
St. Lawrence may benefit from agreement between OCI and Grieg Group
Fortune man sentenced for trafficking
Norway’s ban on fur farming comes as surprise in Newfoundland and elsewhere
Rain, wind and snow on the way for Newfoundland and Labrador on ...
George’s Brook-Milton to become a town
BREAKING NEWS: Grenfell Co-Op to close in St. Anthony after 105 years
Ziggy Peelgood’s opening St. John’s storefront
Natuashish man arrested for trafficking marijuana
Cape Breton Post
N.L. scores C- in CFIB’s annual red tape report card
Husky Energy replaces Atlantic region vice president
Proposed hydro project could see rate increases for Labrador
Unifor labour tiff could have repercussions for FFAW
NL court ruling could greatly impact Wabush pensioners
Clarenville company’s equipment to take first 4K resolution images of Titanic
Baie Verte Mayor reigniting talks around former asbestos mine
BAIE VERTE, NL — Baie Verte Mayor Brandon Philpott says it’s time for all key players to start talking about the open pit and exposed asbestos fibres at the former Advocate Mines site again. His comment came following Canada’s ...
Grieg, Ocean Choice finalize Placentia Bay aquaculture agreement
The Grieg Group and Ocean Choice International (OCI) have finalized the ownership agreement around the proposed Placentia Bay Aquaculture Project. Under the agreement, OCI will handle the processing of products farmed at one of the 11 Grieg NL ...
Nalcor announces list of proponents as possible Bull Arm tenants
With the Hebron project finishing last year, Nalcor Energy started taking steps last fall to find a new tenant for the Bull Arm fabrication site. ...
Campaign underway to ‘axe’ runaway taxes on beer in Canada
It may come as a surprise to learn that almost half of the cost of a bottle of beer in Canada goes to taxes. The country’s brewers are looking to increase awareness about the high rate of taxation on suds with a new campaign aimed at axing ...
Owners devastated by loss of Badger Diner
BADGER, NL – For 35 years, Lil and Frank Saunders owned and operated the Badger Diner. At approximately 8:30 p.m. on Jan. 14, they watched everything they had worked so hard to build reduced to a pile of burnt ...
Changing world of giving
It started with an incessant thirst and increasingly frequent bathroom breaks. Then, the 17-year-old high school athlete started losing weight. He grew weak. Despite his healthy, soccer player lifestyle, something was clearly wrong. His parents ...
Seeking a life line
Filing for bankruptcy is one of the most difficult financial decisions a person or couple may have to undertake in their adult life. I’ve been fortunate enough to not find myself in that circumstance. It can be a dark time, for sure, and ...
Effort to identify Baie Verte and area as a mining centre underway
BAIE VERTE, NL — Allan Cramm has always had a vision of what could be accomplished on his hometown Baie Verte Peninsula, so it is no surprise he wants others to share his goal. The vice-president of innovation and development with Anaconda ...
Loyola Sullivan retiring from Ocean Choice International
Loyola Sullivan will retire from Ocean Choice International (OCI) this fall, ending his seven-year tenure as part of the fish processing company. “Loyola has been instrumental in advancing the priorities of the company on many fronts, ...
Ultramar stations in Atlantic Canada raise $66,602 to support new breast cancer program
HALIFAX, NS – Ultramar and its service stations in Atlantic Canada have announced a donation of $66,602 for the implementation of a unique kinesiology-oncology program tailored to women with or at risk of developing breast cancer. The money ...