GUEST COLUMN: Increasing minimum wage is not as simple as it seems
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GUEST COLUMN: Looking to Ottawa — again
LETTER: Climate change deniers come out from under the cloud cover
Fire causes extensive damage to St. Thomas home Friday night
LETTER: Naysayers, yea-sayers, the dumb and the mum
Roddickton-Bide Arm mayor acclaimed next president of MNL
Honesty earns Raleigh NL teen a backstage pass to meet hip hop act
2019 Porsche Macan offers superb drive dynamics
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Excellence in business awards presented by Cape Breton Regional Chamber of Commerce
Botwood hosting oil and gas seminar next week
Crémaillère Harbour marine port development awaits Crown land access
Atlantic Canada Petroleum Show 2020 event postponed
C-NLOPB monitoring Suncor investigation into FPSO incident
GUEST COLUMN: Co-ops are innovative, resilient and inclusive
SCOTT HANNAH: How to approach family to create a more affordable holiday season
Q: We will have a big family gathering over the Thanksgiving weekend, with both of my kids and my sister’s three kids home from their respective colleges and universities. My brother has a grown son and daughter-in-law with two little ones and ...
Noia asks federal leaders how they feel about N.L. on offshore oil and gas sector
With the federal election less than two weeks away, the Newfoundland and Labrador Oil and Gas Industries Association (Noia) has issued a letter to the five national political parties seeking the position of each on the Newfoundland and Labrador ...
SCOTT HANNAH: Is using a credit line to buy a car better than dealer financing?
Q: My truck is currently in the shop for repairs but they’ve told me it’s not worth fixing. I’ve got some money for a down payment on a used one but instead of going through the whole application process for dealer financing, ...
Marystown aquacuture supply hub anticipates first product delivery by 2021
A federal Liberal Party promise to shut down open pen salmon farming in British Columbia by the year 2025 will not have any impact on the industry in ...
Will N.L. get an Ikea?
Was IKEA dangling a carrot to Newfoundland and Labrador customers, or just teasing a little? The beloved Swedish retailer — whose nearest store is in Halifax, N.S., recently weighed in on St. John’s Facebook posters clamouring for a ...
Beanz owner says closing Charlottetown café for winter was 'tough decision'
The owners of a popular downtown Charlottetown coffee shop have decided to turn off the taps for the season. Kaan and Gursal Ulkan closed the doors at Beanz Espresso Bar and Café on Great George Street Sept. 27 with plans to re-open ...
2019 Resource assessment indicates more oil, gas reserves offshore N.L.
Natural Resources Minister Siobhan Coady released the 2019 oil and gas resource assessment results Thursday which identify an additional three billion barrels of oil and 5.8 trillion cubic feet of gas potential offshore Newfoundland. According to ...
It’s a Shore Thing
For Tessa Adams, opening her own arts and crafts store in Liverpool, was the “shore thing” to do. Adams has always been artistic and creative. Even while she was a Grade 1 and 2 classroom teacher in the Halifax region, she still found ...
GUEST COLUMN: Newfoundland and Labrador now has the second lowest minimum wage in Canada
By Mary Shortall Special to The Telegram On Oct. 1, Newfoundland and Labrador became the province with the second lowest minimum wage in the country. In a province that has over 13,000 minimum-wage workers (the majority of which are women), we ...
SYLVAIN CHARLEBOIS: Even McDonald's can't ignore the data behind plant-based burgers
When McDonald’s makes a move, everyone pays attention. That’s just the way things are in the food service industry. For months, rumors were swirling around McDonald’s and when they would launch a plant-based product. We now know ...