N.L. producers say squid fishery opportunity being held back
FEDERAL ELECTION: Parties asked to stop Canada Post from expanding flyer distribution plans
St. John's home inspection franchise surpasses 10,000 inspection plateau
St. John's office complex achieves gold accessibility status
Labour shortage has Atlantic Canadian employers sweetening job offers
St. John’s-based Sequence Bio hires former senior advisor to Premier Dwight Ball as new vice-president
Dockyard owner, City of St. John's at odds over discretionary use permit
The Dockyard on Harbour Drive contains more than a century of history. When it was purchased by developer Vic Lawlor, he had a vision for the area and wanted to ensure it keeps that historical significance. “This was intended to be an ...
MUN to build new harsh environment research facility
Memorial University said Tuesday it will establish a new Harsh Environment Research Facility (HERF) in St. John’s to strengthen the region’s infrastructure and expertise in technologies operating in harsh environments. The research ...
Fresh catch in Paradise: Ocean’s Delight Seafood Shop latest business to move in at McNamara Drive
People in Paradise don’t have to look very far for locally sourced fish – a new shop that opened on Friday aims to fill that niche. Ocean’s Delight Seafood Shop co-owner Greg Collett said it’s something he’s always ...
COLUMN: Could somebody in St. John's area please open a doggy-people gym?
Hey St. John’s people with money…. I have an idea for you. As a private-sector journalist with no money, I offer it up to hopefully spark action or at least start a conversation. The thing is I am convinced the metro area needs a ...
Showcase to open a new location in the Avalon Mall in St. John's.
A store already familiar in the Village Mall is bringing its wares to the Avalon Mall. Showcase, purveyors of the latest and popular home, health, toys and beauty trend items and “As Seen On TV” products, will unveil its second St. ...
St. John's-based Mary Brown’s eyeing expansion to Middle East, UK
You might call it a Newfoundland tourist’s dream. Imagine: Tasting taters in Turkey. Biting into a Big Mary in Bolivia. Mary Brown’s is set to open its 41st restaurant in the province at its new Water Street location in a couple of ...
JANIS BYRNE: Things are looking up for business in St. John's and across the province
The weather in St. John’s has finally improved, giving us all a bounce in our step and a renewed spirit of optimism. Things are looking up for business, too. In the spirit of summer, let’s do a quick check in on some of the positive ...
GUEST COLUMN: $15-per-hour minimum wage proposal flawed
Vaughn Hammond On Aug. 13, 2019, Mary Shortall of the Newfoundland and Labrador Federation of Labour (NLFL) wrote an opinion piece in The Telegram expressing support for a $15-per-hour minimum wage. The Canadian Federation of Independent Business ...
$8 million for 59 projects through Atlantic Fisheries Fund
More money from the Atlantic Fisheries fund will see $8 million going to 59 fisheries projects across the province. Federal Fisheries Minister Johnathan Wilkinson was in St. John’s on Tuesday for the announcement, joined by Premier Dwight ...
GUEST COLUMN: It’s time for a $15 minimum wage in N.L.
By Mary Shortall As David Maher’s Aug. 2 Telegram article stated, there has been a renewed debate about the merits of increasing Newfoundland and Labrador’s minimum wage to $15. Business, with their usual fierce resistance, ...