Grand Falls-Windsor launches third annual Fill It Up With Food
Taking a bite out of health in Grand Falls-Windsor
Schools from across Newfoundland compete in outdoor adventure race in Botwood
Botwood/Peterview/Northern Arm Socials, March 15
HAVE YOUR SAY: Take our poll on the rezoning of residential lots
RCMP on the scene of fire near Springhill
Contracts awarded for review of N.L.’s waste management strategy
Analysis: How the Mount Cashel civil trial played out in N.L. Supreme ...
Mount Cashel victims lose in N.L. Supreme Court civil trial
First carbon credits quantified, verified and certified in Newfoundland and Labrador for sale
Spring is here: Income tax credits and benefits should be top of mind
Yard sailing through Revenue Canada waters
Retired owners of Gros Morne Adventures in Norris Point happy to pass the torch on to new proprietors
Corner Brook mayor says Trump government playing games with latest tariff
Newfoundland and Labrador, federal Liberals responding to U.S. tariffs: Ball
Canada’s fish and seafood exports climbed to $6.9B in 2017
OTTAWA – Canada exported $312 million more in fish and seafood products in 2017 than it did the previous year, representing an increase of five per cent. Total sales for the year were approximately $6.9 billion, according to a news release ...
Grieg NL draws crowd for public information session in Marystown
MARYSTOWN, NL – Employment, pack ice management and what to do should salmon escape from sea cages were just some of the topics Grieg NL ...
Funding announced for Innu Business Development Centre
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, NL – An investment of over $736,000 from the federal government will help the Innu Business Development Centre (IBDC) keep providing business services to its members in Sheshatshiu and Natuashish and throughout the ...
Service NL issues warning against Bitcoin Bank
ST. JOHN’S, NL – Cryptocurrencies continue to be an emergent investment option but are also fraught with danger. Service NL, which is responsible for regulating the investment industry in Newfoundland and Labrador, has issued an ...
Industry association backs regulations and monitoring of N.L.’s large-vessel groundfish sector
The large-vessel sector in Newfoundland and Labrador’s groundfish industry is open, transparent and adheres to regulations that are world class, says the Groundfish Enterprise Allocation Council (GEAC). “The fishery conducted by the ...
Poor outlook for caplin this year: DFO
From a whole school of perspectives, caplin are probably in a class of their own as the most important forage species in the waters around Newfoundland and Labrador. A favoured food for the likes of cod, seals, seabirds and whales, and a bunch of ...
Marriage and planning a financial future together
When planning a wedding, it’s easy to get caught up in the minor details of your big day, like figuring out what font style to use on your place cards or who’ll toast the bridal party. And there’s nothing wrong with that, ...
Breaking down the break-up
It was supposed to be forever. A wedding in the small church in Atlantic Canada surrounded by family and friends. It only lasted about five years. And it’s left her drowning in debt. Even though Samantha Knowles has a good-paying job, she ...
Town of Port aux Basques, chamber pleased with Oceanex court decision
PORT AUX BASQUES, NL – Port aux Basques Mayor John Spencer says the Federal Court of Canada’s dismissal of a claim for judicial review on Marine Atlantic subsidies is “a victory for Newfoundland.” Oceanex, which along with ...
Torbay farmer harvesting new bounty — seaweed
A healthy foodie scene has opened the door to a number of new, exciting, interesting and some would say obscure items on menus across the City of St. John’s. An example of the obscure comes from a bounty derived from the sea. Shawn ...