Governments, private groups pony up $40 million to improve high-speed internet in ...
Team Canada junior hockey player Drake Batherson has strong roots in Port ...
EDITORIAL: War wounds
Delilah Saunders in hospital again
Too much car could prove costly for consumers
Remembering some well-known Newfoundlanders and Labradorians who passed on in 2017
Christmas storm causes damage in Port aux Basques
Newfoundland and Labrador signs on with suicide prevention project
Proposed hydro project could see rate increases for Labrador
Cape Breton Post
‘Oui, merci’: Service NL website adds more French content
Not enough time says Grand Falls-Windsor Mayor
Paradise Warriors video needs to be viewed in Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup title quest
Disruptive New York passenger released after time served
‘Smoke is smoke’, NL tobacco group reminds as marijuana legalization nears
$5 million invested to improve internet service on Great Northern Peninsula
GREAT NORTHERN PENINSULA, NL. - Over $5 million in funding has been announced to improve and increase internet accesibility and speeds on the Great Northern Peninsula, per Minister of Tourism, Culture, Industry and Innovation Christopher ...
No-layoff clause does not extend to next contract: Osborne
Finance Minister Tom Osborne offered firm assurance on Friday afternoon that the controversial no-layoff clause in the tentative agreement with NAPE will not continue into the next collective agreement. Speaking to reporters before the House of ...
Gander internationally recognized as a ‘Rescuer of Humanity’
CLEVELAND, OHIO – On the international stage Gander has officially been recognized a ‘Rescuer of Humanity’. Mayor Percy Farwell was in Cleveland yesterday, Jan. 18, to accept the Values-in-Action Foundation ...
Norway’s ban on fur farming comes as surprise in Newfoundland and elsewhere
News out of Norway that its government plans to phase out fur farming in that country by 2025 has caught a lot of people connected to the industry by surprise. Even when the idea was bandied about in the last year or so, most thought it would ...
Pfizer Canada experiencing EpiPen shortage
Pfizer Canada is currently warning Canadians it is in short supply of EpiPen auto-injectors in the 0.3 milligram format. EpiPen is used to deliver an emergency treatment of adrenaline to patients who are at risk or have a history of ...
N.L. to participate in national suicide prevention project Roots of Hope
GRAND BANK, NL – Premier Dwight Ball will host an event announcing Newfoundland and Labrador’s involvement in the national Roots of Hope initiative in Grand Bank on Monday, Jan. 22. According to a news release from the provincial ...
Englishman hopes to fill Newfoundland portion of family tree
HARBOUR GRACE, NL — A man from Salisbury, England has begun to trace his family roots, and is now looking in small-town Newfoundland for some more clues. Peter Corbin, 49, has spent his life in Europe under the impression that most of his ...
Public and post-secondary education mental health framework coming for Atlantic Canada
HALIFAX, NS – Ministers from the Atlantic provinces reached an agreement Thursday to develop a mental health framework for public and post-secondary education. The agreement materialized as part of the meeting of the Council of Atlantic ...
Baie Verte mayor says fire highlighted other ongoing safety issues
BAIE VERTE, NL — Baie Verte Mayor Brandon Philpott said the fire at the recycling depot last week, and the subsequent evacuation, exposed two major problems the people of the area have been facing. Last January the Nor’wester reported ...
New project launched for seniors in Grand Falls-Windsor
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR – New diagnoses can be confusing enough for anyone, but for those affected by cognitive impairments, there is an added layer of stress. For them and their families, there is a new program starting in ...