Saturday, December 4, 2021

Tourism Industry Leaders Want Federal Help to Roll Out the Welcome Mat as N.L.’s...

A group of industry leaders including tourism operators, restaurant owners and businesspeople in St. John’s are calling on the federal government to encourage domestic travel again, after over a...

International Students Say MUN’s Tuition Hike Will Cause Others to Reconsider Enrolment

Some of Memorial University’s international students say those who are following them will not look to the school as a viable option for education anymore, in light of a...

Fire Destroys Twillingate Music and TV Studio; However, Owner Vows To Push Forward

A fire destroyed the building housing the prominent Twillingate multimedia company on Friday; however, the company's owner notes the show must go on. The owner of 618 Entertainment Inc., Mike McDonald,...

One New Case Of COVID-19 Reported In Newfoundland and Labrador

In Newfoundland and Labrador, one new COVID-19 case was discovered, while 12 more people who are currently anchored on a ship tested positive. The crew members are currently isolating...

Families From Newfoundland And Labrador Are Now Able To See Their Relatives Outside The...

In the last two years, families of Newfoundland and Labrador have experienced the worst of what COVID-19 “had to offer”. But now, after two years of separation, families from...

Fire at Innu Nation Main Office in Sheshatshiu Put Out

A huge fire at the Innu Nation's main office in Sheshatshiu that blazed for almost an hour has been put out. The Sheshatshiu Fire Department with help from the North West River Volunteer Fire Department suppressed the fire shortly...

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...

N.L. Records a New Case of COVID-19

On Monday, Newfoundland and Labrador announced one new case of COVID-19. This is the first time in six days that the area recorded a new infection. The Department of Health and Community...

N.L Locals Commemorate Canadian Multiculturalism Day with Food, Fashion and Music

The St. John's Farmer's Market accommodates multiple cultures on any given weekend, which fashioned it to be the ideal place to celebrate Canadian Multiculturalism Day on Sunday. Canadian Multiculturalism Day is highlighted...

Marine Atlantic’s Random Alcohol Tests Unfairly Targeting Unifor Members, Claims Union

Unifor members aboard Marine Atlantic ferries claim they are being unjustly targeted by their employer for illegal and invasive alcohol tests. Random alcohol testing violates their members' privacy without cause...