Updated at 12:43 - Genomics — a combination of biology, genetics and computer science — will be used in two projects in Atlantic Canada to help improve the region’s aquaculture industry.
Updated on October 20, 2014 - According to Cynthia McKenzie, a research scientist with Fisheries and Oceans, the green crab has established a foothold in the Pool’s Cove area of Fortune Bay. She said DFO issued experimental licenses to the Conne River Band and a group in Pool’s....
Updated at 10:57 - Health Minister Steve Kent says the risk of anyone in this province contracting Ebola is low..1
Updated on October 20, 2014 - Thanks to coaches Sheri Pittman and Dean Johnson, and a dedicated group of young athletes, Lakewood Academy in Glenwood has become one of the best volleyball schools in the province. .
Updated at 11:03 - The St. John’s Farmers’ Market Co-operative doesn’t have a timeline for its move to the former Metrobus depot on Freshwater Road..1
Updated on October 20, 2014 - Abby Quigley sure is glad she never followed through the first time the Children’s Wish Foundation told her they wanted to make a wish of hers come true..1
Updated on October 16, 2014 - Nowadays, practically any place you go in Canada you will find sushi. As well, anywhere there are enclaves of Newfoundlanders or their descendants you will find salt beef and figgy duff. If not the real thing, a deep, longing for their taste..
Updated on October 20, 2014 - Nathan Simms wants people in the Hermitage-Sandyville area to be more aware of autism. .
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