Challenges and successes for new Canadians
Focus on opening doors drives immigration aid groups
Immigration Program "a model that could be extended to … the country"
'If this region is going to survive and prosper, immigration is ...
McNEISH: 'We are now a global community'
Younger doctors exhausted by new practice demands
Fighting to find a family doctor: ‘The whole process is undignified.’
What we learned, what you said about doctor shortage in Atlantic Canada
Challenges, solutions to Atlantic Canada's doctor shortage
Family doctor shortage a threat to health care
The Western Star
Conception Bay South must pay up for building mysterious road, Supreme Court says
Accused murderer Graham Veitch didn't comprehend consequences of his actions, doctor testifies
Fort Townshend dig a long way off, but plan for excavation under The Rooms is still in works
Council approves six items under permits and municipal plan
Police seeking suspect in St. John’s restaurant armed robbery
Stephenville council approves seven finance items
NL VOTES: Liberals win, and lose, Newfoundland and Labrador election
Dwight Ball has made history — but maybe not in the way he wanted to. “No one can say my political career has been boring,” Ball told a crowded ballroom at the Greenwood Inn in Corner Brook. For the first time since 1971, ...
NL VOTES: Ches Crosbie won’t concede Liberal victory
Progressive Conservative Leader Ches Crosbie began his stern speech to supporters by calling the Liberal minority win “a unique situation in which the tide is going out on the Ball Liberal government.” “The Ball Liberals are on ...
NL VOTES: Newfoundland and Labrador Alliance happy with inaugural effort, candidates say
They were a relaxed group with nothing to lose Thursday night — no past history as a political party and any showing at all on the vote tabulation board was a win. At press time, the Newfoundland and Labrador Alliance had no candidates ...
NL VOTES: Byrne says Corner Brook’s voters heard and supported Liberal message
After winning eight consecutive elections rather soundly, Gerry Byrne was not about to sit on his laurels for his latest bid. In fact, the incumbent cabinet minister said the successful campaign he launched that culminated in his re-election ...
NL VOTES: Newfoundland and Labrador NDP encouraged by election night hat-trick
What seemed to be a grim beginning at the NDP headquarters in St. John’s soon turned into an eruption of cheering. The crowd that eventually swelled to about 100 people at the BIS Building on Harvey Road chanted, “Alison! Alison! ...
NL VOTES: Carol Anne Haley re-elected for Liberals in Burin-Grand Bank
It was a nervous night for supporters huddled around the television at Carol Anne Haley’s headquarters in Grand Bank on Thursday. Cathy Bolt, Carol Anne Haley’s constituency assistant at her office in Grand Bank, celebrates the ...
NL VOTES: Tories take Bonavista District in a nailbiter
Forty-five votes. That’s the slim margin that decided the election night dead heat between the two candidates in the district of Bonavista. Throughout the night the lead shifted back and forth between PC Craig Pardy and Liberal incumbent ...
NL VOTES: Liberals upset in Exploits election
Newly minted Progressive Conservative MHA Pleamon Forsey chose to watch the election at home with his family on Thursday night, May 16. He sat and watched as the early polls pitted himself and Liberal incumbent Jerry Dean in a race that seemed ...
Their X may not count, but the lesson will
The tables have been arranged, the ballots with candidates' names printed and the voter boxes, with slots at the top, assembled. It’s election day in the province, but this is not an official polling station. Most of those marking an ...
NL VOTES: Conservatives snatch Grand Falls-Windsor-Buchans district from the Liberals
You can forgive Chris Tibbs if he wants to spend the Victoria Day long weekend basking in the glow of his election victory. The 42-year-old from Grand Falls-Windsor defeated incumbent Liberal and cabinet minister Al Hawkins in the 2019 ...