EXCLUSIVE: New Team Gushue overpass captured in drone video
Kenmount Road Webcam
Quebec man faces liquor and tobacco charges in N.L.
17-year-old Grand Falls-Windsor teen charged with assault
COMING FROM AWAY: The Geo Centre, The Rooms, rainbow crosswalks and more
Human remains found near Bay D’Espoir Highway
Man arrested for impaired driving in St. John’s west end Saturday night
Mount Pearl man arrested for assault Saturday evening
Disturbance in St. John’s west end Saturday leads to arrest
Suncor hit with notice of non-compliance by CNLOPB
Spanish Room B&B owner feels ‘bullied’ by Newfoundland Power
Husky makes discovery in Newfoundland and Labrador offshore
Biome Grow expects completion of first province-based cannabis production facility this year
Ethics czar investigates fisheries minister LeBlanc over licence award
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week
TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: What's next for NAFTA? Negotiators for Canada, Mexico and the U.S. are under the gun to make headway on a new NAFTA deal after passing the unofficial deadline of ...
Internet resellers see 5G wireless as a new type of challenge from big carriers
TORONTO — A review of Canada's broadband internet services by the country's competition watchdog is overlooking a critical issue when it comes to wireless technology, according to veteran telecom entrepreneurs who have battled the big ...
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 ...
Ontario regulator warns about 5 unregistered cryptocurrency groups
TORONTO — The Ontario Securities Commission is warning the public that several groups are promoting investments in cryptocurrencies without having the necessary provincial registrations. The OSC says Bitserial, Hypercube, CabinCoin and BaapPay have ...
Toronto stocks close higher while U.S. stock markets mixed; Loonie moves down
Canada's main stock index closed higher Friday to continue its recent streak of gains, while the loonie moved lower on modest inflation and retail numbers. The annual inflation rate cooled slightly in April to 2.2 per cent to remain ...
'Commercial reasons': Walmart Canada Inc. cuts Weston Foods as bread supplier
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Walmart Canada Corp. says it's cutting Weston Foods as a bread supplier, but the retailer says the decision has nothing to do with the Competition Bureau's investigation into price-fixing. In an email statement, a spokesperson for ...
Judge rejects lawsuit against Fox by ex-host Andrea Tantaros
NEW YORK — A judge threw out a New York lawsuit Friday against Fox News by former host Andrea Tantaros, citing her "vague, speculative and conclusory allegations." The lawsuit U.S. District Judge George Daniels dismissed had alleged Fox tried to ...
Le Chateau planning more store closures as e-commerce hits business
MONTREAL — Le Chateau Inc. says e-commerce has forced it to close 52 stores in the past two years and it plans to close another 20 this year. The Montreal-based clothing company says last year's store closures led to revenue in ...
Most actively traded companies on the TSX
Some of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (16,162.31, up 18.76 points) Aurora Cannabis Inc. (TSX:ACB). Health care. Up 72 cents, or 10.00 per cent, to $7.92 on 11.9 million ...
Two Indigenous protesters ordered to end protest at fish company
VANCOUVER — Fish farming company Marine Harvest says the B-C Supreme Court has ordered two Indigenous protesters, who have occupied the company's houses and dock at Swanson Island for months, to leave by Saturday evening pending an upcoming ...