NAPE president ponders St. John's Board of Trade boycott
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Russell Wangersky: Power struggle
Newfoundlander’s Dragon’s Den appearance delayed one week due to scheduling error
St. John's ECHL bid strikes partnership with Toronto Maple Leafs: sources
Pam Frampton: Muskrat Falls — the great divide
Newfoundland-born man’s 25-year search for birth mother ends at her funeral
'Democracy Cookbook' — The Excerpts
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Husky’s response ‘encouraging’: CNLOPB
Norway’s ban on fur farming comes as surprise in Newfoundland and elsewhere
Clarenville company’s equipment to take first 4K resolution images of Titanic
N.L. harvesters hope latest technology will make province a bigger global competitor in cod
St. John’s biotechnology company Sequence Bio appoints Chief Scientific Officer
Memorial University launching new MBA in social enterprise and entrepreneurship
Environmental green light for Pennecon’s proposal to lease Chapel Arm building
An undertaking by Pennecon Energy Services Group (PESG) to provide support services to contracted work in Long Harbour and the surrounding area has been released from environmental assessment. Municipal Affairs and Environment Minister Eddie ...
TSX down as Wall St. turns to record high amid progress on U.S. government shutdown
TORONTO — Wall Street hit a record high after U.S. Congress moved closer to ending a government shutdown, as Canada's main stock index slipped into the red. The S&P/TSX composite index edged back 5.48 points to 16,347.98, with materials and ...
Unifor labour tiff could have repercussions for FFAW
The Federation of Independent Sea Harvesters of Newfoundland and Labrador (FISH-NL) is wondering what Unifor’s decision to leave the Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) means for the Fish, Food and Allied Workers (FFAW) union. Unifor, the largest ...
End to shutdown in sight as Senate breaks Dem filibuster
WASHINGTON — Congress sped toward reopening the government Monday, as Senate Democrats dropped their objections to a temporary funding bill in return for assurances from Republicans leaders that they will soon take up immigration and other ...
Trump business ethics pledges left plenty room for profiting
NEW YORK — Among the many promises Donald Trump made a year ago to assure people he wouldn't profit off his presidency, one stood out for its boldness: a pledge to donate the profits from any foreign governments staying in his namesake hotels to the ...
Solar industry on edge as Trump weighs tariffs on panels
DALLAS — Solar energy is booming in the United States, but companies riding the wave fear that President Donald Trump could undercut them this week if he decides to impose new tariffs on imported solar panels. Businesses that install solar-power ...
CanniMed, Aurora to continue stand-still agreement ahead of shareholder vote
SASKATOON — CanniMed Therapeutics Inc. says its truce with rival medical marijuana company Aurora Cannabis Inc. will continue past the original Monday deadline. The Saskatoon-based company has been fending off a hostile takeover by Aurora, which ...
Davos founder hopes Trump and his critics keep open minds
DAVOS, Switzerland — The founder of the World Economic Forum says he hopes President Donald Trump's planned visit to Davos this week will "provide him even better with a global perspective," and says critics of the U.S. leader should hear him ...
IMF hikes outlook for global growth for 2017 to 3.7 per cent
WASHINGTON — The International Monetary Fund is upgrading the outlook for the world economy, noting surprisingly strong growth in Europe and Asia and predicting that U.S. tax cuts will give the American economy a short-term boost. The IMF on Monday ...
Statistics Canada reports wholesale sales up 0.7 per cent in November
OTTAWA — Statistics Canada says wholesale sales rose 0.7 per cent in November to $63.6 billion. The food, beverage and tobacco subsector led the increase, rising 1.9 per cent to $12.2 billion. Another major reason for the increase was the ...