Cannabis rules: what to expect in Newfoundland and Labrador
Marystown women’s shelter gets a gift from AVON
Sea Cucumbers creating jobs in St. Lawrence
Newfoundland neighbours’ land feud ends up in court
Bob Wakeham: The ghosts of Muskrat past
Book Remarks — Bay of Hope
Corner Brook's Daniel Moores takes home third Special Olympics Male ...
SLIDESHOW: Tour the new home for Gros Morne Summer Music
NICHOLAS MERCER: More needs to be done to fight workplace harassment
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Purity workers in St. John's vote to ratify new contract
NAPE, N.L. employer’s council face off over presumptive mental health legislation
Canna-business was booming in Newfoundland and Labrador on Day 1
Greater Corner Brook Board of Trade prescribes three business awards for pharmacist Janice Audeau
Business run by all women wins Long Range award of distinction
Cannabis an early hit at Holyrood retail store
Crystal Waters Boat Tours ceases operation
It wasn’t an easy decision to make, but Adam Elliott said selling Crystal Waters Boat Tours has been a relief for him. Elliott grew up in Pasadena and while he’s called Fort McMurray home for many years, it’s a goal of his to ...
Small Business Week events in Corner Brook on Monday
Small Business Week events took place in Corner Brook on Monday. Wendy Taylor, outreach officer for small and medium enterprises with Public Services and Procurement Canada, discusses how local businesses can be suppliers of goods and ...
First-time Island buyers rejoice
First-time home buyers in Prince Edward Island now have another option when it comes to saving for a down payment on a home which, in some cases, can take years. On Oct. 9, the Island province joined Nova Scotia to offer a home down payment ...
At a recent finance industry press conference, one of the guest speakers remarked that one thing universally true of money is that it’s very hard to have too much of it. And he was right. Making big returns takes a lot of work. Making ...
Slow digital uptake hurting Atlantic Canadian businesses, CEO says
Only 15 per cent of businesses in Atlantic Canada are digitally advanced leaving them at risk of becoming obsolete. That’s according to a study released by the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC). While its research found most ...
Egg-xtraordinary day for egg farmers
Egg producers get a little excited on the second Friday of October each year — it’s the day they take a crack at jointly promoting the benefits of buying and eating locally produced eggs. As part of World Egg Day on Friday, egg farmer ...
Fall fair in St. Anthony cancelled due to lack of support
ST. ANTHONY, N.L. After an auspicious inaugural event last year, there will be no fall fair and trade show in St. Anthony this year. Mayor Desmond McDonald said following on the 2017 success of the Grenfell Fall Fair and Tradeshow, all ...
House of Glam owners set sights on improving regulations, safety in Newfoundland and Labrador’s growing eyelash industry
A pair of estheticians and best friends from St. John’s are starting a lash revolution. Dianna Dwyer, 30, and Kristie Lawlor, 27, recently abandoned their separate home-based eyelash extension businesses in favour a joint venture called ...
Noia opens nominations for annual N.L. offshore oil and gas industry awards
Noia, the province’s oil and gas industry association, is accepting nominations for its annual industry achievement awards — the outstanding contribution award and the rising star award. The latter is presented to an industry member ...
New cannabis firm’s parent company starts trading on CSE
A little piece of Newfoundland and Labrador started trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) Tuesday. Biome Grow, an Ontario-based cannabis company, is the parent company of Back Home Medical Cannabis Corp. in Barachois Brook on the ...