Nalcor split announced with crude details
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Food Dude — Dr. Frank's Gastrotorium
CINDY'S SNAPSHOT: Lonnie Head, Twillingate, N.L.
WEATHER UNIVERSITY: Gardeners guided by moonlight
Stephenville's Jacqueline LeGrow inducted into provincial cross-country ski Hall of Fame
Coach Brian Casey impressed with skills of local hockey players who competed ...
Kieran Cronin, developmental librarian at the Waterford Institute of Technology in Ireland, ...
GRENFELL MATTERS: Campus Enforcement and Patrol — to serve and protect
Steering customers towards affordable houses
St. John's duo's setting up new food truck business in Bonavista this summer
New York Stock Exchange names first female leader
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
Newco Metal and Auto Recycling to establish new secondary metal processing facility on outskirts of St. John’s
When a vehicle is written off in an accident or when that old hot water boiler finally gives up the ghost, most people dutifully make sure it gets dropped off at a metal recycling facility. But what most people don’t know is that once they ...
Review of Grieg N.L. aquaculture project progresses
The environmental impact statement (EIS) for the Grieg salmon aquaculture project proposed for Marystown and Placentia Bay has been accepted by government staff, marking the next step in the review. The extensive documentation making up the EIS is ...
N.L. government looking for public comments on environmental impact statement for Grieg project
ST. JOHN’S, NL – The provincial government is seeking public comments on the environmental impact statement (EIS) for the Placentia Bay Atlantic salmon aquaculture project. The project’s proponent, Grieg NL Nurseries Ltd. and ...
Boom island: Little Prince Edward Island enjoying a buoyant economy
CHARLOTTETOWN — Tourists visiting tidy, bucolic Prince Edward Island should keep their eyes open for some swagger this summer: The smallest province is on a tear. An expected steady rhythm of hammers and saws is just one indicator of an ...
Toronto's main stock index falls as energy sector slumps
The Toronto Stock Exchange followed a lower oil price to close in the red Tuesday, snapping an 11-day streak of gains. The S&P/TSX composite index shed 17.52 points to close at 16,144.79, dragged down by the energy sector ...
Officials: 9 anti-pollution protesters killed in south India
NEW DELHI — Police opened fire Tuesday on protesters demanding the closure of a south Indian copper plant, killing nine people, officials said. Dozens more people were reportedly injured. The violence came amid months of protests against the Sterlite ...
Shopify shares slip after Adobe Systems buys e-commerce rival Magento
TORONTO — Shares of Shopify Inc. slumped Tuesday on news that its rival Magento Commerce was bought by Adobe Systems Inc. The e-commerce company's stock closed at $177.66 in Toronto on Tuesday, marking a 6.12 per ...
Wholesale sales up 1.1 per cent to $62.8 billion in March: Statistics Canada
OTTAWA — Statistics Canada says wholesale sales rose 1.1 per cent to $62.8 billion in March, led by the motor vehicle and parts subsector. The agency says the increase more than offset a decline in February. Four of seven subsectors climbed in ...
EU lawmakers to press Zuckerberg over data privacy
BRUSSELS — European Union lawmakers plan to press Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday about data protection standards at the internet giant at a hearing focused on a scandal over the alleged misuse of the personal information of millions of ...
Airlines caving to Beijing despite White House protest
SHANGHAI — Global airlines are obeying Beijing's demands to refer to Taiwan explicitly as a part of China, despite the White House's call this month to stand firm against such "Orwellian nonsense." The Associated Press found 20 carriers, including ...