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'There’s something wrong with what the federal government is doing to us,' says minister in Labrador Inuit government
The Nunatsiavut government (NG) says it feels betrayed after the total allowable catch for northern and striped shrimp in the Eastern and Western Assessment Zones were released earlier this month and the Labrador Inuit were not included. The ...
Sunday marks no new cases of COVID-19 in Newfoundland and Labrador
The province reported no new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, and one active case. To date, 268 people have recovered from the virus, and 37,738 people have been tested. In a news release from the Department of Health and Community ...
Tourism minister says plan being worked on to open Marble Mountain this season
Marble Mountain was able to get in 55 ski days before it was shutdown March 13 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now with another ski season approaching, there are many out there wondering if and when the Steady Brook downhill ski facility will ...
NORAD conducting air defence operation in Labrador
People in the Lake Melville region may notice more military planes coming and going from 5 Wing Goose Bay in the coming week. The base is hosting an Arctic air defence operation through the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), which ...
Break-ins, stolen vehicles and speeding make for busy 24 hours for Corner Brook RNC
The Corner Brook RNC had a busy 24 hours from Thursday into early Friday morning. It started out at 9:45 a.m. on Thursday with a report of a break and enter at a Humbermouth-area business that had occurred overnight. Someone broke into the ...
Port Saunders fisherman knew there was no way to save his boat
Murray Lavers and his crew had left the Sally Kathryn only about two hours previously when he got a call around 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday that a boat was on fire at the Port Saunders Marine Service Centre. A couple of kids down on the wharf in Port ...
UPDATE: Bay St. George RCMP locate missing man
@western_star The Bay St. George RCMP has located Timothy Collins. Collins, 38, was reported missing on Thursday afternoon and at the time police said they were concerned for the Stephenville man's safety and well-being. The RCMP ...
UPDATED: Police investigating an armed robbery in Corner Brook
The Corner Brook RNC is investigating an armed robbery that took place in the city on Wednesday night. At 9:55 p.m., the RNC’s patrol services, police dog services and forensic identification section responded to a downtown business. A ...
Are virtual doctor appointments here to stay? Atlantic Canadian doctors, patients hope so
Years of being chronically ill have taught Jane Walker how to get as much as possible out of the short time she spends with a doctor. That’s one reason she loves virtual appointments with her doctors, which began during the height of ...
Family doctor shortage looms in Labrador West
Half of the family physicians in Labrador West will move on to other towns in the next few months and that has a number of people worried. There are eight doctors that service the twin towns of Labrador City and Wabush, and four have announced ...