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Atlantic Canada's 'new reality': Think tank says labour shortages here to stay
Ladders to have fall-protection system, C-NLOPB orders Suncor
Gluttons & Drunkards, an homage to Newfoundland and Labrador food and drink
Despite 'umbrella of uncertainty' in U.S., Atlantic Canada's exporters plan to increase spending
Proposed move of drill mud facility from Nova Scotia to Conception Bay South worries residents
GUEST COLUMN: Newfoundland and Labrador workers deserve better than poverty wages
Could Atlantic Canada lead the tech revolution for natural resources?
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the fifth story in a five-part series. In Part 5, we examine Atlantic Canada's future in technology and innovation. It can’t be done here. For decades, that’s what sceptics would say ...
BeaverTails out of The Loop at Bannerman Park in St. John's
BeaverTails pastry kiosk has left Bannerman Park, where it operated a concession stand in a city building during the summer and when The Loop skating venue was open in winter. “Oh my God, that’s really too bad,” said Dale Rendell ...
Innovation not optional for Atlantic Canada's forestry sector in 2020
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the fourth story in a five-part series. In Part 4, we examine the future of the forestry sector in Atlantic Canada. Mike Legere, Forest NB executive director. One of the oldest ...
The future of the fisheries in Atlantic Canada
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the third story in a five-part series. In Part 3, we examine the future of the fisheries in Atlantic Canada in 2020 and beyond. Microplastics inside Bay of Fundy clams. Dead herring on a southwestern Nova ...
Economic trends in Atlantic Canada you need to be prepared for
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the second in a five-part series. In Part 2, we examine the economic outlook for Canada and the Atlantic provinces in 2020 and beyond. Canada is set to join a growing club of “super-aged societies,” ...
New flavours and colours coming to Conception Bay South
The town of Conception Bay South can expect a little more colour and flavour in the next coming weeks, with the opening of a new café in the area of Manuels River. Michael and Cinthia Wozney, better known as the husband and wife duo behind ...
Multibillion dollar oil and gas boom on Newfoundland’s horizon
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first in a five-part series. With the teens behind us, SaltWire Network is presenting a series looking at 2020 and the decade ahead. Over the coming days, we will present stories that delve into five topics: Oil and ...
Old Dublin Bakery rolls out of St. John's Farmers' Market
The Old Dublin Bakery has parted ways with the St. John’s Farmers' Market, where it was a top vendor. Beginning two Saturdays before Christmas, Kevin Massey set up shop in his food truck on Anderson Avenue — directly opposite the ...
New owner looks to revitalize Woodstock restaurant
Brendon O’Rourke wasn’t necessarily setting out to buy one of the oldest restaurants in Newfoundland and Labrador when he first looked into getting a place of his own up and running. But when word got around to him about the owners of ...
Chinese company gets green light to explore offshore of Newfoundland and Labrador
The Trudeau government has given the green light to a new offshore exploration project east of Newfoundland and Labrador, part of a renewed flurry of activity slated for the deep waters off Canada’s easternmost province. Federal Environment ...