GUEST COLUMN: Looking to Ottawa — again
LETTER: Questioning the secret search for a new MUN president
LETTER: Climate change deniers come out from under the cloud cover
GUEST COLUMN: Increasing minimum wage is not as simple as it seems
Fire causes extensive damage to St. Thomas home Friday night
LETTER: Naysayers, yea-sayers, the dumb and the mum
Roddickton-Bide Arm mayor acclaimed next president of MNL
Gulf News Community Calendar Oct.6- Nov2
Honesty earns Raleigh NL teen a backstage pass to meet hip hop act
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Will N.L. get an Ikea?
2019 Resource assessment indicates more oil, gas reserves offshore N.L.
GUEST COLUMN: Newfoundland and Labrador now has the second lowest minimum wage in Canada
Hibernia oil platform moves closer to re-start
Quin-Sea Fisheries opens live lobster facility in New Harbour
Schooner Sports and Entertainment's plan for a CFL team and a new Halifax stadium is expected to be revealed soon
Processors say some progress made on specific issues facing this year’s squid fishery
The Association of Seafood Producers, the group that represents most processors in the province, said Tuesday progress has been made with the union that represents inshore fish harvesters over this year’s squid fishery challenges. An ...
N.L. producers say squid fishery opportunity being held back
There’s plenty of squid along areas of the province’s coast this year — an abundance not seen in a number of years — and fishermen have been gathering on the squid jigging grounds to take advantage. The Association of ...
VOTE 2019: Parties asked to stop Canada Post from expanding flyer distribution plans
A plan by Canada Post to expand its distribution of retail flyers across the country has raised the ire of a national advocacy group for print and digital media. The group believes the federal Crown corporation is trying to muscle in on a revenue ...
Newfoundland and Labrador government signs production deal with new cannabis supplier
Another marijuana production facility is being built in St. John’s, with some familiar surnames in the mix. The province announced Wednesday that it has entered into a 20-year production and supply agreement with Atlantic Cultivation Inc. and ...
MUN to build new harsh environment research facility
Memorial University said Tuesday it will establish a new Harsh Environment Research Facility (HERF) in St. John’s to strengthen the region’s infrastructure and expertise in technologies operating in harsh environments. The research ...
GUEST COLUMN: $15-per-hour minimum wage proposal flawed
Vaughn Hammond On Aug. 13, 2019, Mary Shortall of the Newfoundland and Labrador Federation of Labour (NLFL) wrote an opinion piece in The Telegram expressing support for a $15-per-hour minimum wage. The Canadian Federation of Independent Business ...
$8 million for 59 projects through Atlantic Fisheries Fund
More money from the Atlantic Fisheries fund will see $8 million going to 59 fisheries projects across the province. Federal Fisheries Minister Johnathan Wilkinson was in St. John’s on Tuesday for the announcement, joined by Premier Dwight ...
GUEST COLUMN: It’s time for a $15 minimum wage in N.L.
By Mary Shortall As David Maher’s Aug. 2 Telegram article stated, there has been a renewed debate about the merits of increasing Newfoundland and Labrador’s minimum wage to $15. Business, with their usual fierce resistance, ...
FISH-NL kicks off second ratification drive
The landscape is a lot clearer the second time around for the Federation of Independent Sea Harvesters — Newfoundland and Labrador (FISH-NL). The group embarked Monday morning on its second attempt to be ratified as a union to represent ...
Two major projects for Corner Brook contractor
Brook Construction, based in Corner Brook, is going to have a busy 2020 construction season. The provincial government has announced two significant contracts in as many days for the company. There is the construction of a new school for St. ...