Cannabis rules: what to expect in Newfoundland and Labrador
A Packet of past — Looking back at the stories that made the headlines
Community Calendar With Sarah Burton
Book ReMarks: Tales From the Past
The Food Dude — Pulverizing the puff pastry pet peeve
Postal workers’ union begins rotating strikes
Marine Institute student navigates cancer, attends camp for survivors
New measures in place to curtail fraud, Newfoundland and Labrador ...
The end is near: year-end
The end is near: year-end
Labour federation blasts N.L. Employer’s Council for ‘reprehensible’ opposition to presumptive mental health legislation
NLOWE to honour outstanding women entrepreneurs
Declining snow crab biomass could mean more struggles for plant workers
St. Anthony brewpub approved
Purity workers in St. John's vote to ratify new contract
Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Public and Private Employees (NAPE) members at Purity Factories Ltd. In St. John’s have voted in favour of ratifying a new collective agreement. NAPE President Jerry Earle says the new agreement ...
Canna-business was booming in Newfoundland and Labrador on Day 1
The country as a whole has much more to learn about the recreational cannabis industry that started Wednesday, but if Day 1 proved anything, it’s that some people really like their pot. The lineups weren’t out the door like ...
NAPE, N.L. employer’s council face off over presumptive mental health legislation
Newfoundland and Labrador Employers’ Council executive director Richard Alexander. Presumptive mental health legislation is at the center of debate between the Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Public and Private Employees ...
Greater Corner Brook Board of Trade prescribes three business awards for pharmacist Janice Audeau
Janice Audeau says most pharmacists dread the idea of working in a community pharmacy upon graduation. Not her. Helping people not only get their prescription filled, but to know everything they need to about the medications they are taking, is ...
Business run by all women wins Long Range award of distinction
From almost shutting down in 2012 to now experiencing strong growth, the women involved in the turnaround for the Lourdes Co-op Society Ltd. have received a distinguished award. The 2018 Long Range CBDC Business Award of Distinction was accepted ...
Cannabis an early hit at Holyrood retail store
HOLYROOD, N.L. A fan of the newly-legal drug for about 45 years, Terry Myers was the first customer ready to make a purchase when The Reef Cannabis Shop opened its doors for the first time ever at noon on Oct. 17. “I knew it was ...
Corner Brook man saw business opportunity in cannabis legalization
Today is the big day, the legalization of cannabis and one new Corner Brook business is ready for it. HomeGrow Experts NL at 27 West St. is an indoor gardening and hydroponics store. The store is owned by Devon Pardy, a candidate in the ...
Carbonear paint shop closes its doors
After many decades of business, the owner of a Carbonear paint shop is ready to move on. On April Fool’s Day in 1981, Ivan’s Paint Shop – owned and operated by Ivan Hiscock — moved from within the walls of the T.C. Square ...
Keith Russell feels proud company's dignified service recognized by Bay St. George Chamber of Commerce
After accepting the Leo Bruce Business Award Monday, Keith Russell said he is proud to know their efforts is being recognized by peers in the business community. He was presented the award on behalf of Russell’s Funeral Home and Crematorium ...
Crystal Waters Boat Tours ceases operation
It wasn’t an easy decision to make, but Adam Elliott said selling Crystal Waters Boat Tours has been a relief for him. Elliott grew up in Pasadena and while he’s called Fort McMurray home for many years, it’s a goal of his to ...