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Celebrating 53 years of firefighting in Peterview
Stitching in the Love - Grand Falls-Windsor quilters make blankets for Humboldt
25th annual Exploits Regional Chamber of Commerce Trade Show in the books
Harbour Grace's Rose Manor brings mother and son together in business
Lewisporte teenager’s passion for textiles has blossomed into thriving business
Business thriving for Western Newfoundland outfitters
Review of Grieg N.L. aquaculture project progresses
N.L. government looking for public comments on environmental impact statement for Grieg project
Husky makes discovery in Newfoundland and Labrador offshore
Husky Energy, majority owners of the White Rose field, is reporting another discovery in the area. The company announced that an exploration well drilled roughly 10 kilometres north of the SeaRose Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) ...
Spanish Room B&B owner feels ‘bullied’ by Newfoundland Power
Spanish Room N.L. — Randell Prior is “rotted.” Prior and his wife Claudine own Spanish Room Manor — a four-and-a-half-star-rated bed and breakfast business — in Spanish Room on the Burin Peninsula. Next door to ...
Environmental impact statement ordered for proposed industrial composting facility near Whitbourne
WHITBOURNE, NL – Metro Environmental Limited has to complete an environmental impact statement (EIS) for its planned industrial composting facility project on the Argentia access road. The requirement was included as part of an environmental ...
Burin-based Oceanic Releaf signs cannabis distribution and retail partnership
BURIN, NL – Burin-based Oceanic Releaf Inc. has agreed to a distribution and retail partnership with Hiku Brands Company Ltd. Oceanic Releaf is in the late stages of receiving licencing approval from Health Canada under federal Accessing ...
Sealskin items celebrated at Confederation Building in St. John's
The Canadian sealing industry may be facing stiff, somewhat insurmountable challenges in its quest to regain prosperity, but local crafts producers are doing their part to support the industry. At the Confederation Building on Thursday, the ...
‘We were left with no other choice’: Province cancels Gallipoli refit with Clarenville Shipyard
CLARENVILLE, N.L. — The MV Gallipoli is leaving Clarenville, but not in the way many expected. The province has cancelled the contract with Burry’s Shipyard for repairs to the vessel. In a statement on Tuesday, the Department of ...
Argentia Gold gets environmental approval for cannabis production facility
ST. JOHN’S, NL – Argentia Gold Corporation’s proposed cannabis production facility has been released from environmental assessment by the provincial government. The decision was announced in an environmental assessment bulletin ...
Daniel’s Harbour’s Stedman Brophy remembered in House of Assembly as a ‘man who made things happen’
ST. JOHN’S, NL – Stedman Leander Brophy was a “true pioneer who exemplified the values of hard work, determination and dedication to family and community,” Fisheries and Land Resources Minister Gerry Byrne said in the House of ...
Innovation advisor talks about business support programs in Corner Brook
Traditional job opportunities in Newfoundland have meant that people go to work for the government, the university or so some large established company. For people around the Corner Brook area the latter most likely meant Corner Brook Pulp and ...
Seal products to be celebrated at Confederation Building
ST. JOHN’S, NL – The Craft Council of Newfoundland and Labrador is holding an event at Confederation Building in St. John’s on Thursday, May 17 to mark National Seal Product Day. The provincial government is hosting the event ...