Editorial: Losing LeBlanc
Letter: Scotty, beam us up. Now!
Letter: Reckoning time
Letter: Nalcor failed to consult with Mekap’sk Mi’kmaq
The Food Dude — The Interview
Portugal Cove-St. Philip’s entrepreneur’s cannabis dispensary initiative dealt setbacks
N.L. government called out in PUB testimony
Letter: A lot of rural gas stations closed
Man arrested for St. John’s assault
Clarenville Town Council to decide whether or not to tax Airbnbs
Electricity application approved for Wabush blockchain data centre
N.L. government rejects appeal of environmental impact statement for industrial composting facility
Eastlink to discontinue analog TV in several Northern Peninsula communities
N.L. entrepreneur wins national award at Next Canada Venture Day
Venture for Canada fellowship program provides graduates with experience and companies with the skills they need
Canopy Growth head talks U.S. expansion plans after $5B investment
TORONTO — Canopy Growth's chief executive talked more aggressively Thursday about the potential for U.S. expansion when and if marijuana becomes federally legal south of the border — one day after the ...
Tim Hortons looks to rebuild its brand with better lid, new marketing campaign
TORONTO — The president of Tim Hortons is fed up with the leaky brown tops on its coffee cups that haven't changed a bit in 20 years — so much that he pushed the company to turn over a new leaf — ...
North American stock markets rebound, Dow surges 1.58%; loonie slips lower
TORONTO — Canada's main stock index recovered some of the steep losses from a day earlier as investors saw tensions easing on the trade front Thursday. Markets and commodities rallied on news that the U.S. and China would hold talks in late August, ...
'Queen of Soul' Aretha Franklin has died
DETROIT — Aretha Franklin, the undisputed "Queen of Soul" who sang with matchless style on such classics as "Think," ''I Say a Little Prayer" and her signature song, "Respect," and stood as a cultural ...
Financial advisers say withdrawing from an RESP to pay for school needs a plan
OTTAWA — Investing in a registered education savings plan may have started when your aspiring scholar was still in diapers and university or college seemed a distant future. But when the time comes to start withdrawing money from RESP accounts to pay ...
Canadian manufacturing sales top expectations, gain 1.1 per cent in June
OTTAWA — Canadian manufacturing sales rose more than expected in June, boosted by a 16 per cent surge in oil and coal shipments. Statistics Canada said Thursday manufacturing sales were up 1.1 per cent to $58.1 billion in June, following a ...
Wealthsimple to launch zero-commission stock-trading service
TORONTO — Wealthsimple is planning to launch what the robo-adviser says is the first zero-commission stock-trading service in Canada. The financial technology company says through this new service, called Wealthsimple Trade, users will ...
Bridge collapse highlights Italy's aging infrastructure
MILAN — Collapsed concrete, twisted metal, crushed cars. While the disaster in Genoa was the deadliest in recent years, Italy has seen other bridge and highway collapses that have raised alarm about the state of its aging transportation ...
Chinese vice governor, mayor fired over vaccine scandal
BEIJING — A Chinese provincial deputy governor and the mayor of a major city were fired Thursday as the ruling Communist Party tried to defuse public outrage over revelations of misconduct by a major vaccine producer. The officials were among four ...
Italy says death toll will mount in Genoa bridge collapse
GENOA, Italy — The death toll from the collapse of a highway bridge in the Italian city of Genoa that is already confirmed to have claimed 39 lives will certainly rise, a senior official said Thursday. Interior Minister Matteo Salvini told reporters: ...