Corner Brook has been recognized by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities for its efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.
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A former RNC officer convicted of making obscene phone calls is facing another trial for similar charges. Sean Kelly is still appealing his first conviction.
Corner Brook is gearing up to host the 2016 Special Olympics Canada Winter Games. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.
If the federal government hopes to stimulate the economy, small businesses are the key to achieving that goal. That was the sentiment among many of the individuals who spoke Monday evening at a federal pre-budget consultation session in Corner Brook. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.
The lawyers in a high profile lawsuit against the FFAW went head-to-head with closing arguments on Monday. NTV’s Leila Beaudoin reports.
As a trial continues in St. John’s between scallop harvesters and the FFAW, fishermen back at home on the Northern Peninsula are demanding answers. NTV’s Leila Beaudoin reports.
Shrimp harvesters on the Northern Peninsula are desperately hoping for good news after having their quotas cut the last two years. NTV’s Leila Beaudoin reports.
There may be a new government, but residents of Corner Brook are hearing the same old story. They’re disappointed that plans for a new hospital have gone back to square one. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.
Tough choices with dire consequences. That was the expectation of many who voiced opinions last night at the province’s latest public engagement session on the budget – this one in Corner Brook. As NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports there’s a willingness to accept the hardship that might be needed.
Scallop harvesters from the Northern Peninsula are suing their own union, accusing the FFAW of keeping $3 million that Nalcor provided for the loss of scallop beds in the Strait of Belle Isle. NTV’s Leila Beaudoin reports.