CINDY DAY: Reaching out to a special lady
ROBIN SHORT: Two St. John's buddies are talking Raptors, and lots are ...
VIDEO: Newfoundland dog whisperer has some tips to keep dogs active ...
Call for Indigenous business chamber of commerce in Atlantic region
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Thinking on your feet
KEVIN TOBIN CARTOON: March 28, 2020
World Meteorological Week
SPECIAL REPORT: The ocean’s ‘lungs’ are in the Labrador Sea
20 Questions with Jenelle Duval from Eastern Owl, First Light
Business benevolence: how Newfoundland and Labrador companies are helping during COVID-19
Vale offers $1 million for innovative solutions to COVID-19 problems
Corner Brook hopes to help businesses weather COVID-19 with tax holiday
ANDREW WADDEN: St. John's Board of Trade working hard behind the scenes
Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy: How it works and how businesses can get it to employees
St. John's gym hanging up gloves due to pandemic
Corner Brook hotel temporarily closed
CORNER BROOK The Glynmill Inn in Corner Brook has fallen victim to the concerns and heightened restrictions relating to the spread of COVID-19. In a post on its Facebook page last Thursday, the hotel, which is part of the Steele Hotels chain, ...
Atlantic Canadian airports face big financial challenge as COVID-19 decimates passenger traffic
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Like a lot of businesses these days, airports are facing unprecedented financial challenges linked to the global spread of COVID-19. "Every airport is contending with this right now," said Reg Wright, CEO of ...
Billions coming to cover 75% of small, medium sized business' wages
The federal government has announced a 75 per cent wage subsidy for small and medium-sized businesses. The subsidy was one of four measures announced by the federal government Friday aimed at helping workers and businesses who have been affected ...
Drawn by the landscape, Pedlar Press publisher moved her business to Newfoundland in 2012
It took Beth Follett four years to make the final transition to becoming a full-time Newfoundland resident. The decision to relocate her established literary publishing company Pedlar Press to the island took some consideration. “What I ...
Comfort key consideration as workers move from office to home amidst COVID-19 pandemic
Tracy Carroll has a plastic folding table in her living room with a desktop computer and a chair pulled up to it. Instead of her usual colleagues, Carroll will be sharing her work space with a four-year-old and six-year-old. With the COVID-19 ...
SYLVAIN CHARLEBOIS: COVID-19 will change the food industry forever
COVID-19 is likely going to redefine grocery shopping in more ways than one. Convenience now has a different meaning. It’s less about saving time and more about survival and safety. Before the crisis, barely anyone ordered online and many ...
Small businesses closing, laying off staff as COVID-19 pushes economic confidence off a cliff: study
Small businesses in Atlantic Canada are shutting their doors, laying off staff and bracing for an unprecedented shutdown, with some fearing they may not survive as COVID-19 continues its rampage across the globe. New research released Wednesday ...
St. John's region barbershops decided to close before CMO’s orders
The television sets inside Tommy Gun’s Original Barbershop are often on the news channels, husband and wife franchisees, Justin and Brittany Penney, said. As health authorities and professionals across the country continued to issue ...
DFO forecasts decline in 2020 Newfoundland and Labrador caplin stock
The news remains not-so-good for a species of fish whose decline in the early 1990s mirrored that of the northern cod. The Department of Fisheries and Oceans released its latest caplin stock assessment for the combined area of 2J3KL. Based on its ...
Newfoundland and Labrador offshore industry working to flatten COVID-19 curve
The oil and gas industry is reducing the number of people working on offshore rigs to aid the health and safety of those who will remain on them in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. On Sunday, the C-NLOPB enacted an order requiring operators to ...