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Striking IOC workers reject latest contract offer, remain on picket line

Striking IOC workers in Labrador City have rejected the company’s latest contract offer. A tentative deal had both sides hopeful but last night United...

Province recognizes efforts of search and rescue volunteers

It's been a busy week for search and rescue officials with numerous rescues in the past few days. On Tuesday, the provincial government recognized...

Province preparing legislation to support victims of ‘revenge porn’

Justice minister Andrew Parsons has announced plans to introduce new legislation to help victims of revenge pornography and the non-consensual distribution of intimate images. The...

Thousands wear sports jerseys to pay tribute to Humboldt Broncos

It's jersey day across Canada and thousands of people here in this province are donning jerseys of their favorite sports teams and sporting yellow...

Bay Roberts and Heart’s Content mobilize for Humboldt bus crash victims

Bay Roberts and Heart's Content mobilized Tuesday to plan fundraisers and tributes for the victims of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash. They are the...

N.L. hockey players honour victims of Humboldt Broncos bus crash

Hockey players in Paradise paid tribute Monday night to the victims of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash in Saskatchewan. Broncos goalie Parker Tobin was...

Health department sends more professionals to Nain after another report of...

The Department of Heath has moved swiftly in Nain after reports of a second positive tuberculosis test. The department won't confirm how many positive...

Finance Minister announces new Home Purchase Incentive Program

It’s the first announcement ahead of the provincial budget. Today, finance minister Tom Osborne announced new programs to make it easier for new home...

Downtown St. John’s businesses brace for beginning of Big Dig

Business owners in downtown St. John's had a chance Thursday to check in one more time with the engineers behind the Big Dig project....

Women’s groups question CRA poll on sexual harassment in province

Corporate Research Associates released polling numbers Wednesday that say four in 10 women in Newfoundland and Labrador have experienced sexual harassment in their lifetimes....