We will remember them
Marystown's Clem Lambe presented with Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers
Lord’s Cove’s hidden gem
Cortney Lake deserves ‘dignity of a proper burial,’ mother says
Bereaved parents group on Burin Peninsula hosting memorial
Beaumont-Hamel visit was trip of a lifetime for Marystown student
St. Joseph’s Academy hosts Mental Health Awareness Day
N.L. prescriptions focus of new law
FFAW and FISH-NL oppose opening of N.L.’s 3Ps cod fishery to draggers
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Millennials cashing in on new investing craze
St. John's-based Kraken drills deeper into oil and gas industry
N.L. government looking for ferry savings on south coast
Marine offshore base project near St. Anthony registered for environmental assessment
Canadians among the world’s most financially literate
Free meals, food banks, bargains help students survive high price of higher education
No new money, but support for N.L. innovation agenda
The provincial government wants to see more start-up companies, more technology, more productivity in the province. It is hoping its new Business Innovation Agenda — with the work of InnovateNL — will be enough to make it ...
Approach to bills approved by PUB, Newfoundland Power says
Newfoundland Power says it has an obligation to all customers to try to collect on outstanding bills, and those efforts include learning who is supplied with power in serviced apartments. “When someone applies for electricity service, we ask ...
APEC predicts Newfoundland and Labrador’s GDP will decline .5 per cent in 2018
The roadmap through Newfoundland and Labrador’s economy has had a few detours in recent years. Whether it is a big picture outlook or something as simple as working through a simple household purchase like getting a family pet, each decision ...
NL government’s relations with bars and restaurants ranks dead last in Canada
ST. JOHN’S, NL – The good news is relations between the Newfoundland and Labrador Liquor Corporation (NLC) and bar and restaurant owners in the province have improved. The bad: the adjustments only scratch the surface of the changes ...
New brand, another $16,000 in grants for NL Building Trades Council
The Newfoundland Labrador Building Trades Council launched a new brand and logo last week, and also continued with its charitable ways. The brand, Trades NL: Building Trades of Newfoundland and Labrador, is a result of several months of work by ...
Plenty of positives for Marine Atlantic
Customer satisfaction and ferry traffic are both on an upswing, according to Marine Atlantic. ...
APEC forecasting sluggish economic year ahead for N.L.
HALIFAX, NS – Newfoundland and Labrador’s real gross domestic product (GDP) is expected to contract slightly next year, according to the Atlantic Provinces Economic Council (APEC). Despite oil production starting at the Hebron oil ...
Marine Atlantic to invest millions in Port aux Basques
Marine Atlantic has announced its intention to spend millions in Port aux Basques to construct a new administration facility. ...
N.L.’s Cal LeGrow sells personal home and vehicle lines of business
Cal LeGrow is getting out of the personal home and auto insurance business. Company president and CEO Jeff LeGrow confirmed the company’s personal lines of business have been sold to Nova Scotia-based Macdonald Chisholm Trask (MCT). While ...
Coady confirms Muskrat Falls rate mitigation will protect industrial customers, too
Natural Resources Minister Siobhan Coady confirmed Thursday that the provincial government’s subsidized electricity rates will include large industrial customers after Muskrat Falls begins generating power. Coady was speaking at the Mineral ...