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Security force exercises at 5 Wing Goose Bay today
5 Wing Goose Bay's Wing Auxiliary Force Security Force (WASF) will be conducting training exercises across the Canadian Armed Forces base throughout the day Tuesday. The Canadian Forces advises that WASF, Military Police and the ...
Noel won't return as Labrador-Grenfell Health board chair
LABRADOR/THE GREAT NORTHERN PENINSULA, N.L. — Boyd Noel will not be returning as chair of the Labrador-Grenfell Health (LGH) Authority, the Minister of Health and Community Services John Haggie has confirmed. Noel was suspended in November ...
World News Day 2019 - Remembering those 15-minutes of fame
Kidney for likes SYDNEY, N.S. - Stephen Gillis, originally from Sydney, will be the lucky recipient of a new kidney thanks to his Vancouver Spirit peewee hockey team. After learning he needed a transplant, ...
Premier not available to discuss ferry concerns: Nunatsiavut
The Nunatsiavut government wants to meet Premier Dwight Ball to discuss the issues with the ferry on the north coast of Labrador and was told he isn’t available to meet with them. Nunatsiavut President Johannes Lampe said in a release they ...
BLOG REPLAY: Thousands in Atlantic Canada rally for action on climate crisis
SaltWire reporters from southwest Nova Scotia to St. John's, N.L. are covering today's climate crisis protests, as thousands of Atlantic Canadians join with millions of other protesters worldwide to call for government action. Join us for our ...
Labrador City woman loses big with TOPS
A Labrador City woman who lost 113 lbs. was recently honoured for her achievement by being named the TOPS Queen for Newfoundland and Labrador. Catherine Stone was named Queen and Harvey Branton of Thornlea, who dropped 51 pounds, was named ...
Randsland brand Super Salad Kit and Kale recalled due to possible contamination
Randsland brand Super Salad Kit and Randsland brand Kale have been recalled from the marketplace due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. Products involved are the 454g super salad kit, with codes 2919071 and 100119 and 340g packages ...
JAG Hotel public hearing cancellation 'unfortunate,' St. John's heritage advocate says
Jerry Dick had hoped to attend a public hearing to discuss a proposed expansion of the JAG Hotel in downtown St. John’s Monday evening at city hall. And perhaps others did, too, he said. But none will get the chance, as the hearing was ...
Fort Amherst sewage enters ocean while City of St. John's, port authority negotiations stagnate
It stinks. So much so that Coun. Wally Collins brought it up during the go-around at council last week, saying something’s got to be done about it. Sewage from homes in Fort Amherst is going into the ocean. Mayor Danny ...
Central Health holding AGM in Harbour Breton Tuesday
Central Health is holding its annual general meeting tomorrow nightin Harbour Breton. Scheduled to run from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Harbour Breton Lions Club, the meeting is open to the public and will see the board of trustees and the senior ...