Saturday, December 4, 2021

The Ferry Operator Marine Atlantic Spends Millions On New Office In Port aux Basques

Ferry operator Marine Atlantic has spent lots of money on its New Office in Port aux Basques. Marine Atlantic is a corporation that runs the ferry service between Newfoundland...

Search Effort Has ‘Positive Outcome’ for Missing Man Lost in St. Mary’s Bay Area...

A search and rescue manager says it is amazing one person is alive after becoming lost during a fishing trip on Sunday in the St. Mary’s Bay area. Michelle Fitzsimmons,...

3rd Ship Anchored in N.L. Reports COVID-Positive Crew Members but No New Cases on...

According to the Department of Health, Newfoundland and Labrador reported four fresh cases of COVID-19 on Monday. The new cases were all crew members aboard a ship anchored in Bay...

Murres, The Birds Native To Newfoundland, Are Being Hunted Again

Hunting murres (or turrs as some people call them) has been a part of the local tradition on Newfoundland for a long time. Since the times when Europeans landed...

14 New Cases of COVID-19, as a Labrador Mayor Calls for Point-of-Entry Testing

Newfoundland and Labrador has recorded 14 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, with one of those in the Labrador-Grenfell Health Region. That case is related to international travel, said Dr....

N.L. Folk Festival Forges On With Scaled Down Performances and Fall Digital Series

The Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Festival will present a different look again this summer, with scaled-down live performances in and around St. John's, and a digital series in the...

Jim Lester 2nd Candidate to go to Court Following N.L Election Loss

Following the loss of his seat by 109 votes in March’s provincial election, PC candidate Jim Lester has going to court in the hope of having the results voided...

Elections Canada Was Required To Step In And Help With The Phone Lines During...

Newfoundland and Labrador's abrupt shift to a mail-in election in February has caused a mess, leading to more than 16,000 calls for help. Health Canada was required to step...

Greene Report to be Released Thursday After Months of Speculation and Criticism

A long-awaited and delayed report from the premier’s economic recovery team will be finally released Thursday 6 in St. John’s. Committee head Moya Greene will give a speech and launch...

Premier Andrew Furey States Immigration Is an Integral Part of The Province’s Economic Recovery

The Newfoundland and Labrador administration disclosed on Wednesday how it will utilize almost $8 million to assist in meeting an ambitious aim of attracting 5,100 immigrants yearly by 2026. The...