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Call for Indigenous business chamber of commerce in Atlantic region
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World Meteorological Week
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Newfoundland and Labrador government to release projections Wednesday
Goulds homicide was not a random act: police
Upper Island Cove woman's funny video of her reading children's book gets millions of views
REPLAY: Tuesday, April 7 Newfoundland and Labrador COVID-19 update
ST. JOHN'S — The live stream for Premier Dwight Ball's Tuesday, April 7 COVID-19 update began at 2 p.m. NDT, 1:30 p.m. in most parts of Labrador. The Premier was joined by Health Minister John Haggie and Dr. ...
Second COVID-19 death reported in Newfoundland and Labrador
Newfoundland and Labrador has recorded its second death related to complications from COVID-19. A 61-year-old woman died in hospital in the Eastern Health region. The woman did have underlying health issues, but no other details were ...
Handcuffs and shackles in courtroom are illegal, Labrador judge rules — for the second time
A Labrador judge has ruled — for a second time — that inmates should not attend court in restraints, saying the Crown could be liable for civil assault, intentional infliction of mental cruelty and debasement of human dignity, among other ...
Health authorities in Newfoundland and Labrador may sterilize, reuse masks
ST. JOHN'S. N.L. — Health-care workers in Newfoundland and Labrador have been instructed not to throw out N95 protective face masks once they’ve been used — a move that may herald possible sterilization and reuse of the normally ...
Plastic bag ban in Newfoundland and Labrador delayed amid COVID-19 concerns
During Monday’s COVID-19 update, Premier Dwight Ball said the deadline to implement the ban on plastic bans in the province is extended from July 1 to Oct. 1. “We remain committed to the plastic bag ban, and we acknowledge there are ...
How the COVID-19 crisis could shape society
Humanity is measured in the crises we experience. Time itself is often referred to in its proximity to the events that define us: pre- and post-war, before 9-11 and after. And these events, besides being a marker of the passage of time, shape ...
Catherine Carroll's murderer gets day parole
Catherine Carroll’s killer, Brian Doyle, has been granted six months of pre-release day parole in British Columbia. “We’re devastated,” Carroll’s son, Greg Parsons, said Monday, adding he feels there was a coverup of ...
Paradise offers recycling dropoff amid pandemic, St. John’s doesn’t
While Paradise is offering its residents a recycling dropoff service on Tuesday, it’s not something St. John’s is prepared to offer just yet. Recycling in both communities — and many others — was suspended in recent weeks ...
Motivating motorcade: St. John’s school lifts students’ spirits with honks, waves and balloons
Blackmarsh Road is a busy street most days, but on Monday around noon the cars were bumper-to-bumper, honking horns and making noise. It wasn’t road rage — quite the opposite. Teachers and staff at St. Teresa’s School on Mundy ...
N.L. reports second COVID-19 death
A second person has died in Newfoundland and Labrador related to complications from COVID-19. A 61-year-old woman died in hospital in the Eastern Health region. No other details were released at today's government COVID-19 briefing. A ...