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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Inshore harvesters voice concerns at DFO outreach meeting in Marystown
Garnish fishers concerned about green crab
Grand Falls-Windsor team wins CNA’s Business Case Competition
WorkplaceNL reviewing mental health policy
CIBC lands N.L. government accounts
Grieg NL's Burin Peninsula employees gain knowledge, experience in Norway
St. John's-based Kraken drills deeper into oil and gas industry
Kraken Robotics Inc. has been awarded a $750,000 contract to develop underwater sensors and robotics that will advance digitalization of integrated operations in the province’s offshore oil and gas sector. Under the agreement, Kraken will ...
N.L. government looking for ferry savings on south coast
The provincial government is looking for a more cost-effective and efficient manner of providing ferry services to residents of seven small communities on Newfoundland’s south coast. A request for proposals (RFP) has been issued ...
Marine offshore base project near St. Anthony registered for environmental assessment
ST. ANTHONY, NL – Great Northern Port Inc.’s proposal to develop a full service marine offshore base at Crémaillère Harbour has been registered for environmental assessment. According to a bulletin from the ...
Canadians among the world’s most financially literate
November isn’t just the time of year when men grow embarrassingly bad moustaches in the name of cancer research and people start wracking up Christmas debt, it’s also financial literacy month. We, Canadians, are among the world leaders ...
Free meals, food banks, bargains help students survive high price of higher education
In fourth-year university student Sam Nixon’s fridge, there is a bit of pizza. Sure, it’s cold, a leftover from an event at Acadia University in Wolfville, N.S. But, hey, it’s also free. Professors paid for it. And it’s ...
Liberals quietly approve new offshore royalty framework for N.L.
Last week the provincial government quietly enacted a new generic oil royalty regime for the province, without any explanation of what they were doing. Natural Resources Minister Siobhan Coady said the government didn’t issue a news release ...
Province offers restart for Grieg salmon project review
The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador issued notice Thursday that Grieg NL’s salmon aquaculture project will go through an environmental assessment, with the requirement for a detailed environmental impact statement (EIS). The EIS is a ...
Environmental impact statement required for Placentia Bay aquaculture project: Joyce
Grieg NL’s proposed salmon sea farm and hatchery project for Placentia Bay will undergo a more-detailed environmental review after all. ...
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 ...