NAPE president ponders St. John's Board of Trade boycott
$5 million invested to improve internet service on Great Northern Peninsula
St. John's ECHL bid strikes partnership with Toronto Maple Leafs: sources
No-layoff clause does not extend to next contract: Osborne
Norway’s ban on fur farming comes as surprise in Newfoundland and elsewhere
NL court ruling could greatly impact Wabush pensioners
Pfizer Canada experiencing EpiPen shortage
Marystown native shares personal story of surviving brain injury in new book
Up through the Scouts Canada ranks
Cape Breton Post
Don’t complain — take action
Until Aug. 31, 2016, CFLCo. is receiving one-quarter of one cent per kilowatt hour. Starting Sept. 1, 2016, and for the next 25 years, CFLCo. will receive only one-fifth of a cent per kilowatt hour. According to Nalcor’s financial report, Churchill ...
Mine should only proceed with extreme caution
Recently there has been a realization that a Health Environmental Assessment (HEA) should be part and parcel of all environmental assessments, which seems to have been bypassed in the proposal to reopen the St. Lawrence Mine. A full HEA should be ...
A letter for Torrence Collier
The following is a letter sent from Newfoundland and Labrador comedian and actor Shaun Majumder to Torrence Collier via his Facebook page. Dear Torrence Collier of Wesport NL, You are a great kid. You are a cool kid. You have a million talents ...
LETTER: The joy of learning is being lost, writes Carbonear educator
By Kumbakonam S. Ramadurai That is the question from me, and a host of friends, teachers and others that I have been in touch with. Long ago in 1996, I wrote my first letter to The Compass about how joyful it was to be teaching in this rural town. ...
Think before parking
However, people are not realizing that these rules have been put in place to keep us safe or to make some people’s lives a little easier. These rules being broken are simple things such as parking in the fire lane, parking in the spot that is ...