Book Remarks — One For the Rock
Food Dude — Dr. Frank's Gastrotorium
Building the faith: Gander Evangel Pentecostal invests in new church
Newfoundland doctor latest Senate appointment
Unlikely pairing of pizza and fitness working well for Twillingate business owners
Fisherman Jack Troake recalls a life on the water
Lions Club donates $5,000 to Twillingate youth concert in support of the ...
Central students take part in annual Regional Heritage Fair
Group from Laurentian University wowed by Long Range Mountain hiking experience in ...
KGS Group wins contract for lower Churchill River flood risk mapping study
Western Newfoundland retailers lamenting late start to cod fishing gear
Latest tourism session touches on successes, needs and potential of Bay of Islands
Anaconda Mining hoping to see annual gold production surpass 100,000 ounces
Marathon Gold officials excited about potential for central Newfoundland mine
NLC looking for recreational marijuana applicants in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L. — If at first you don’t succeed, try again. That’s an approach the Newfoundland Liquor Corporation (NLC) is hoping will work in some areas of the province for the second round of its requests for ...
Department of Transportation and Works want to complete Gallipoli ‘as quickly as possible’
CLARENVILLE, N.L. — The province’s Department of Transportation and Works says the decision to cancel the contract at Burry’s Shipyard for the M.V. Gallipoli and move the work to St. John’s boiled down to the timeline to ...
N.L. taxi operators say high insurance premiums could put many of them out of business
Taxi companies and drivers in Newfoundland and Labrador say they are nearly driven out of business by the high insurance premiums they have to pay, no matter how good their driving record is. In fact, 95 per cent of taxi owners in the province pay ...
Nova Scotia couple cast off for a life at sea, and they're not the only ones
While their numbers are small, there are several Atlantic Canadians opting to sell their land-locked properties and live full-time aboard their boat Waves lap gently against the hull of the Xcelsior II, a 44-foot sailboat sheltered in ...
New company hoping to set up a series of salmon farms along southwest coast of Newfoundland
Mike Rose, part of the team applying to set up salmon aquaculture sites near the communities of Burgeo, Ramea and La Poile, characterizes their approach to the project as slow and deliberate. “I’ve grown up here in N.L.,” Rose ...
Darren Park of Cox's Cove says delay in recreational fishery details is unfair to his cod fishing tour business
When it comes to making a go of it in the tourism business, timing and planning are crucial factors. That’s why Darren Park finds it so frustrating that no announcement has been made yet regarding dates for the 2018 recreational cod fishery ...
Metal company has strong concerns on increased cost to bring ship into Port of Stephenville
Don Drew of Newco Metal and Auto Recycling says having to pay for a second tug to dock a ship collecting metals from their Stephenville operation affects their competitiveness. The operations manager for the company said extra costs of an ...
Province’s tourism campaign big winner at ICE Advertising Awards
The Department of Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism won 19 awards at the 2018 Innovation, Creativity and Enterprise (ICE) Advertising Awards in Halifax Thursday night. The awards included the Best of Show award for the “Sound’ ...
Professional Municipal Administrators convention and trade show being held in Corner Brook
Jacob Kimball, right, a municipal access and privacy analyst with the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Office, and Stacey Pratt, an access and privacy analyst with the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner, facilitated a ...
N.B. tries to revive Energy East pipeline
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau needs to at least try to resurrect the Energy East pipeline project since it could mean thousands of jobs for Atlantic Canada, says the top exec of Saint John’s chamber of commerce. “The market for oil is ...