2 Minutes with Jonathan Cavalcante
2-minute reads Part 4: Who are the people in our neighbourhood?
Layoffs at Autism Society of Newfoundland and Labrador
Nalcor Energy board needs compensation, chairman tells Muskrat Falls ...
Placentia West Development Association marks four decades
A Newfoundland and Labrador first for Marystown
North West River gets upgrades to water system
Construction firm facing OH&S charges in relation to 2017 St. John’s ...
Oh, your cheating heart, St. John’s
GUEST COLUMN: FFAW wants things their way on pricing, not ‘transparency’
FFAW calls for transparency in fish price negotiations
New charter air service launched for Fogo Island Inn guests
St. Anthony Basin Resources wins economic development award
Environmental assessment decision on St. Lawrence marine shipping terminal due next month
Dal study finds support for reduced plastics in Atlantic Canada's food industry
Terra Nova FPSO life to be extended by a decade
Suncor Energy and its partners in the Terra Nova joint venture announced that the life of the floating, production, storage and offloading vessel will be extended by 10 years to 2031. Suncor, which has a 37.675 per cent working interest in ...
Codroy Valley farmer hopes to entice sons into agricultural career
Three goats wander around the gravel driveway, only pausing in their constant search for food to inspect passersby. Close by, two ponies arch elegant necks over the fence, seeking nose rubs. A huge, white Labrador mix keeps careful watch from the ...
Nalcor says power sales down due to prices, island use
During Nalcor Energy’s first quarter financial update, chief financial officer Derrick Sturge said the Crown corporation recorded less income from its energy marketing arm, year over year, by about $12 million. Energy marketing is the ...
New web-series from Jonathan Torrens offers financial advice for 20-somethings
Television star Jonathan Torrens is returning to his roots in a web-series launched Friday called “Your Two Cents.” The show hearkens back to the popular ’90s consumer affairs show “Street Cents,” in which Torrens ...
Husky inching toward resuming White Rose field production
Husky said Friday it is preparing to implement a suite of activities as the company continues to restore field integrity and production throughout the White Rose field and satellites in the offshore off the east coast of Newfoundland and ...
GUEST COLUMN: N.L.’s construction labour force needs to evolve to handle the next surge in investment
By Patrick Brannon Last year was a down year for capital investment in Newfoundland and Labrador, with about $5 billion of major project activity. Perspective is a funny thing — $5 billion is a bad year when the average in the ...
New industrial research chair created at Marine Institute
A new research chair is being established at the Marine Institute in St. John’s. Serge Buy, chief executive officer of the Canadian Ferry Association, based out of the nation’s capital in Ottawa, was on hand at Memorial ...
Plastic straws phased out at IKEA
IKEA Canada has stopped selling single-use plastic straws in Canada. ...
WhatsApp security breach may have targeted human rights groups
By Steven Scheer and Ari Rabinovitch JERUSALEM (Reuters) - WhatsApp said on Tuesday a security breach on its messaging app had signs of coming from a government using surveillance technology developed by a private company and may have targeted ...
GUEST COLUMN: Wanted: a government that works for workers
By Thursday evening, people in Newfoundland and Labrador will know who will lead the province for the next four years. What can we expect? History tells us many promises made on the campaign trail will never be realized. Openness and transparency ...