Talks Resume Between woodland employees and Corner Brook Pulp and Paper Negotiators with Corner Brook Pulp and Paper have resumed contract talks with the union representing the Company’s woodlands employees. Local 60n of the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union are one of two unions at the mill still without a collective agreement. It is one […]
Mix-Up Delays Sentencing Hearing in Corner Brook Provincial Court A sentencing hearing for a West-Coast man facing over a dozen criminal charges in this Province and Nova Scotia has been delayed because of a mix-up in the transfer of information between courts in the two provinces. 43-year-old Kenneth Colson appeared at Provincial Court in Corner […]
Postal Worker Charged With Stealing Mailed Gift Cards A postal worker in Corner Brook is facing criminal charges after police say he stole cash and gift cards from envelopes. The 22-year-old man has been charged with mail theft and possession of stolen property. Police say he is not a direct employee of Canada Post, but […]
Neighbours of Corner Book Cat House Denied Tax Reduction A couple in Corner Brook have had their request for a municipal tax reduction denied by City Hall. Keith and Doris Cormier believe a dilapidated home that housed a colony of more than 200 cats on their street has lowered the value of their own house. […]
A major construction project in Corner Brook will give residents higher quality drinking water. The new water treatment facility is starting to take shape after years of planning and design. The $50-million project is funded by all three levels of government and will resolve concerns about water quality. The project also includes a massive overhaul […]
A Corner Brook man is hoping his backyard project doesn’t ruffle too many feathers. Corner Brook City Council has allowed him to keep four chickens in his backyard as a residential pilot project. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.
Government’s plan to reduce the number of school boards in this province is coming under fire again, this time from the board of trustees with the Western School District. NTV’s Don Bradshaw has that story.
There was a protest Monday outside the offices of the Qalipu Mi’kmaq band council in Corner Brook. It was about the eligibility criteria for membership in the band. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.
NAPE President Carol Furlong is taking aim at the province’s $90-million loan for Corner Brook Pulp and Paper. She says if the government has money to save the paper mill, then it also has money to avoid the layoffs in the provincial budget. NTV’s Michael Connors reports.
People in Corner Brook are excited today over the provincial government’s proposed $90 million loan to Corner Brook Pulp & Paper. There was some concern the mill was facing an uncertain future, but business leaders in Corner Brook now believe the pending loan could make the mill viable over the long term. NTV’s Don Bradshaw […]