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N.L. employees may need ‘device break’
The pursuit of hoppy-ness in Mount Pearl
How will they roll? N.L. government's pot plans still hazy
N.L.'s PUB completes auto insurance study
Newfoundland and Labrador government done with MV Earl Winsor
Martin Currie: Afterlife of an archbishop
CONTEST! Win tickets to the Harlem Globetrotters show, April 25 at Mile ...
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N.L. employees may need ‘device break’
Guidelines identified for proposed Labrador mine’s environmental impact statement
Anaconda gold mine project on Baie Verte Peninsula to undergo environmental assessment
Entrepreneur sees major potential in Northern Peninsula region
Steelworkers local 9344 in Sept-Iles overwhelmingly reject contract with IOC
Local company, international partners aim to establish cannabis research and development project in St. John’s
About two years ago, Chris Snellen was diagnosed with cancer of the tonsils as a result of the human papillomavirus. When he broached the subject of a referral to the Canabo Medical Clinic in Churchill Square, his medical team balked at the ...
Steele Auto Group eyes expansion in Newfoundland and Labrador
After idling in traffic for a few years, the Steele Auto Group kicked its Newfoundland expansion plans into high gear late last year. Having already acquired three dealerships in Corner Brook between 2014 and 2016 — City Chrysler, Fairway ...
Companies, workers need to develop strategy to deal with fatigue, expert says
It’s mid-afternoon in your office, your eyes are drowsy and you hope your co-workers didn’t notice your head sinking slowly forward before you suddenly snap it back awake. On a construction site you are dragging yourself along, you ...
New Harbour dealt a blow as Daley Brothers decide not to open fish plant for 2018
NEW HARBOUR, NL — The Trinity South community of New Harbour is facing an unheard-of predicament, as Daley Brothers has decided not to open the local fish plant for the 2018 harvesting season. News of the company’s intentions began to ...
Toys "R" US ends Canadian stores auction with Fairfax as the only bidder
TORONTO — Toys "R" Us's Canadian operations have found a safety net months after the retailer's demise in the U.S. and overseas. Documents filed in a Richmond, Va. bankruptcy court on Monday revealed the retailer will be ...
Loblaw Companies tax court trial over Barbadian banking subsidiary begins
TORONTO — Loblaw Companies Ltd. and the Canada Revenue Agency faced off in Tax Court on Monday over allegations that the retailer's Barbadian banking subsidiary had been misused for tax avoidance — a long-running dispute that ...
Becoming an entrepreneur has its rewards, but it isn’t for everyone
Two years after moving to Prince Edward Island, software programmer Abraham Roy lost his job in a corporate restructuring and suddenly had to scramble to find work. He and his wife have two children and had then just bought a house. There were ...
Toronto stock market closes higher, while U.S. stocks were mixed; Loonie falls
TORONTO — The energy and industrial sectors helped Canada's main stock index close higher Monday, while U.S. stocks were mixed. The S&P/TSX composite index closed up 67.74 points at 15,552.06 to outperfrom U.S. ...
Retiring MEG Energy co-founder calls for action to solve oilsands access woes
CALGARY — Access to international markets is the "fundamental question" confronting the oilsands industry and all parties must work together to find a solution, says the co-founder of oilsands producer MEG Energy Corp. "There's lots of talk ...
Defence lawyers complain about getting swamped with paper as Baazov trial starts
MONTREAL — An insider trading trial against former Amaya CEO David Baazov and his co-accused got underway Monday with defence lawyers reiterating a complaint about their inability to review millions of documents handed over ...