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Canada’s 'cautious' reopening hurting sales: Tim Hortons
Canadian coffee staple Tim Hortons is grappling with a sluggish recovery in its home market as the country reopens its economy more slowly than the U.S. The Restaurant Brands International Inc.-owned chain is peppered across malls and office food ...
For women studying at this Newfoundland aviation school, the sky is not the limit
You might say Lauren Kattenbusch was destined to fly. The daughter of a pilot, she and her father would put together model airplanes while she was growing up. Her mother also worked in the aviation industry and the most common conversation in ...
Duckworth Street restaurants launch contest encouraging St. John's foodies to come grab a bite
A group of restaurants on Duckworth Street in downtown St. John's are joining forces on a contest devoted to the culinary delights they have to offer in hopes of being able to better compete with the popular pedestrian mall on Water ...
Thousands of small, medium-sized businesses at risk of closing in Atlantic Canada: CFIB
Through its Small Business Every Day campaign, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) has encouraged people to engage others through social media about their favourite local shops and stores. A new CFIB report suggests showing those ...
PAL Airlines looks to fill gaps in Newfoundland and Labrador flight service
A regional airline headquartered in St. John's is prepared to add capacity and adjust its schedule as needed in response to Air Canada's indefinite discontinuation of multiple routes in Newfoundland and Labrador. PAL Airlines, which ...
Newfoundland and Labrador company Paint Shop acquires Benjamin Moore store in New Brunswick
The Telegram firstname.lastname@example.org @StJohnsTelegram The Paint Shop has acquired a Benjamin Moore store in New Brunswick, giving the Newfoundland and Labrador company its 34th location in Atlantic Canada. In a news release ...
NL summer shrimp fishery finally getting started next week
Barb Dean-Simmons SaltWire email@example.com @BarbDeanSimmons Shrimp fishing boats in Newfoundland and Labrador should be heading to sea by early next week as members of the Association of Seafood Producers (ASP) have decided ...
FFAW in a stew over DFO decisions as northern cod fishery set to open
The commercial fishery for northern cod is about to begin on the northeast coast of Newfoundland and Labrador. The season for fishermen in Labrador, in Zone 2J, begins Aug. 2 and runs until Sept. 26. For fishermen on the island, in Zone 3KL, ...
Newfoundland and Labrador soared for decades while Maritime provinces lagged behind rest of Canada on capital investment growth
The story may be entirely different today, but the findings of a new study on Canadian capital investment show that over a period of almost 30 years, growth in Newfoundland and Labrador was almost unequalled. The Fraser Institute study, released ...
Ocean Aware project puts $29 million in play for development of fish tracking technology in Atlantic Canada
Fishing, shipping and energy companies in Atlantic Canada are teaming up with the federal government to ramp up knowledge of the ocean and to devise and deploy new technologies to assess wild fish stocks and monitor the health of farmed ...