Corner Brook Traffic Cam
Mayor Tom Rose wants province to consider supporting new museum in Stephenville
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First responders connecting with Corner Brook youth
Corner Brook artist humbled by arts residency
Anti-violence advocate welcomes amendment on temporary removal of a student moving forward
Corner Brook senior baseball begins new season
Bennett, Blake committed to doing what it takes to punch ticket to ...
New salmon licence strategy for Newfoundland and Labrador
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More Nalcor information on the way: Liberals
N.L. real estate sales and listings drop in April
Former Marine Atlantic boss appointed as CEO and president of C-CORE in St. John’s
Business thriving for Western Newfoundland outfitters
Chris Farrell, owner of Margaree Outfitters, says that 90 per cent of his guests are coming up from the United States. He offers duck hunting, cod and mackerel fishing, as well as sightseeing boat tours to resettled and isolated communities like ...
Newco Metal and Auto Recycling to establish new secondary metal processing facility on outskirts of St. John’s
When a vehicle is written off in an accident or when that old hot water boiler finally gives up the ghost, most people dutifully make sure it gets dropped off at a metal recycling facility. But what most people don’t know is that once they ...
Review of Grieg N.L. aquaculture project progresses
The environmental impact statement (EIS) for the Grieg salmon aquaculture project proposed for Marystown and Placentia Bay has been accepted by government staff, marking the next step in the review. The extensive documentation making up the EIS is ...
N.L. government looking for public comments on environmental impact statement for Grieg project
ST. JOHN’S, NL – The provincial government is seeking public comments on the environmental impact statement (EIS) for the Placentia Bay Atlantic salmon aquaculture project. The project’s proponent, Grieg NL Nurseries Ltd. and ...
Steering customers towards affordable houses
By Roger Taylor It started on January 1 – new federal rules required of residential mortgage borrowers. Mortgage seekers with a down payment of more than 20 per cent have been required to qualify at a significantly higher rate when ...
Keeping up with the Donats: Nova Scotia family finds secret to being debt-free
It was panic time. Elementary school teacher Meghan Donat and her husband Morgan, a self-employed massage therapist, had just moved into their $275,000 dream home on three acres outside Bridgewater in southern Nova Scotia. It was February 2013, ...
Olio’s ovens on again in St. John's
After a brief closure, Olio Pizza on Harvey Road is open for business again with a new owner and a new menu. Trevor Hickey is out as proprietor as he explores some other opportunities, with Alex O’Rourke stepping in to take over the popular ...
Graduates of College of the North Atlantic programs forge solid careers in variety of designations
Forging a career path is the goal of every student who enters post-secondary education. When those choices amount to career successes, the individuals and their employers are able to share the many great stories that emerge from those ...
Powell's CEO says decision to close Harbour Grace store was difficult to make
This message is posted to the door leading into Powell’s Supermarket in Harbour Grace. HARBOUR GRACE, N.L. — With the closure of a major supermarket in Harbour Grace, the community is left with plenty of questions. On Monday ...
Rising oil prices good sign for Newfoundland and Labrador
Brent crude prices (all prices here in U.S. dollars) have risen over the past few months, moving from about $62 per barrel to reach over $80 per barrel on Thursday, for the first time since 2014. The price is now well above the $63-per-barrel ...