Saturday, December 4, 2021

Summer Visitors Crucial to Survival for Tourist Operators Following Money-Losing Winter

Some businesses of Newfoundland's west coast, particularly those that rely on tourists, lost so much money this winter. That is why owners say the key to the coming summer...

New COVID Wave: N.L. Hospitalizes First Patient As 7 New Cases Are Confirmed

Newfoundland and Labrador are battling seven new confirmed COVID 19 positive cases and 21 plausible positive cases. There are also cases of unlinked transmissions of the game-changer variant, which...

N.L’s Fisheries Transition From Bountiful Days To A Pittance

Canada has many coastlines, perhaps the longest in the entire world. But their size is only outdone by the vast knowledge of the coastal residents. Three years ago, approximately 16000...

Air France Aircraft Travelling to Caribbean Diverts to St. John’s Following Medical Emergency

Passengers on an Air France flight planned to fly to the Caribbean will spend the night in St. John's after the aircraft was diverted because of a medical emergency. As...

Terra Nova’s Owners Have Struck a Deal to Continue the Project. What Next?

Entire Newfoundland and Labrador towns hoping for an agreement to be reached for the Terra Nova oilfield are breathing easier Thursday following a deal in principle was announced on...

Cormorants Gorge on Bowring Park Trout Population

What was once a rare sighting on Newfoundland’s rivers seems to be more common, as cormorants are being seen in Bowring Park and around the Waterford River. Whereas birdwatchers may...

How People See Canada Day In Newfoundland And Labrador After The Discovery Of Unmarked...

The discovery of numerous unmarked graves in residential schools has sparked a debate across the country on the merits of celebrating Canada Day. In the wake of those horrible...