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New World Fitness closing after nearly 30 years
It’s a fitness staple in the west end of St. John’s, but on Friday the New World Fitness gym announced it will be closing at the end of the month. “Like any private company, some years have been better for business than ...
H&M headed to St. John’s in 2020
ST. JOHN’S — Global fashion retailed H&M is headed to St. John’s. H&M (Hennes & Mauritz Inc.) announced Wednesday it will open its first location in Newfound and Labrador at the Avalon Mall in St. John’s. The ...
VIDEO: How Sobeys plans to replace plastic bags using paper and recycled water bottles
The Kleenex of shopping bags is being kicked to the curb. In this part of the world, whether toting groceries or garbage, any plastic shopping bag is likely to be referred to as a Sobeys bag, whether it’s from that store or ...
Ambulances too long on the road in N.L.: Teamsters
Newfoundland and Labrador should set a standard that sees ambulances replaced far earlier than the current maximum of 500,000 kilometres or 10 years, says a former paramedic now working with Teamsters Local 855. “I think the five-year ...
Shopper’s Construction ongoing
Work is continuing at a good pace on the new Shopper's Drug Mart location at the corner of Freshwater Road and Empire Avenue in St. John's. The base for the building and the steel frame has been erected. The construction workers on site ...
New St. John's speakeasy, Cork’d Lounge, is fulfilling a dream for first time owner Sherrie Hollohan
It has always been a dream of Sherrie Hollohan's to operate her own downtown wine bar. Now that dream is just mere weeks away from opening, scheduled for some time in mid-to-late August to be precise. Its name is fitting for the type of ...
NL Hydro looking for rate hike
Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro has submitted a filing to the Newfoundland and Labrador Board of Commissioners of Public Utilities identifying proposed electricity rate changes for customers effective Oct. 1. According to a news release from ...
Celebrating a century: Cohen’s marks 100 years in business in Newfoundland and Labrador
Simon Cohen opened a general store in Grand Falls Station (which later became the Town of Windsor) in 1919 along with his son, Charles. It became the first Cohen’s store. American Gents Furnishing Store and S. Cohen’s & Sons. ...
New program will see used oil collected, recycled
The Used Oil Management Association (UOMA) Atlantic will be leading a new program within the province to collect and recycle used oil and glycol products, it was announced Wednesday. Approved by the province’s Multi-Materials Stewardship ...
ACOA loan to aid Quorum with data hub project
Quorum Information Technologies Inc. announced Tuesday in St. John’s that the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) will provide a $1.5 million interest-free repayable loan to assist the company with its Lead Generation Data Hub ...