David Salter

Vital Signs report explores climate change impacts in Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundlanders and Labradorians have seen the impacts of climate change first hand. Floods, forest fires, food insecurity, the list goes on.

Memorial University has studied the impacts on our environment, economy and society, and today released a new study. NTV’s David Salter has more in this report.

Situation critical as Iris Kirby House at capacity

A shelter that houses women and children fleeing domestic is at or near capacity.

The director of Iris Kirby House is calling the situation critical. NTV’s David Salter reports.

New 40-unit affordable housing complex coming to Pleasantville

There are two thousand people in St. John’s on a wait list for affordable housing.

Today, Ottawa and the province announced they’re going to build an apartment complex in Pleasantville for low-income families, seniors and people with disabilities.

NTV’s David Salter reports.

Labradorian in Qatar shares experience of watching Canada play at World Cup

Canada played its first World Cup soccer match since 1986 on Wednesday. As millions of Canadians huddled around tv sets, one Labradorian watched history unfold from inside the stadium in Qatar. NTV’s David Salter has the story.

Jessica McCormick elected new president of N.L. Federation of Labour

The Federation of Labour turned the page today, electing a new president after nearly a decade. As NTV’s David Salter reports, the new face of the organization is no stranger to the union movement.

Mary Shortall signs off as president of NL Federation of Labour

One of the province’s highest profile labour leaders gave her farewell address Monday. Mary Shortall is stepping down as president of the Newfoundland and Labrador Federation of Labour.

But as NTV’s David Salter reports, Shortall is not ready to walk away from the spotlight just yet.

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Canadian actor Art Hindle in St. John’s starring in TV series ‘Surreal Estate’

The name may not ring a bell, but if you’ve watched Canadian television or film over the past 50 years, chances are you will recognize the face of Art Hindle. NTV’s David Salter caught up with the actor, who’s currently in St. John’s working on a television show.

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Environment Minister Bernard Davis takes part in world climate change conference

The COP 27 world climate change conference wraps up Friday in Egypt. Provincial Environment Minister Bernard Davis was part of a Canadian delegation at the event last week to discuss the role of oceans in climate change. NTV’s David Salter reports.

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Province unveils compensation details to residents who lost their homes to Hurricane Fiona

Residents on the southwest coast who lost their homes to Hurricane Fiona found out this week how they’ll be compensated. NTV’s David Salter has more in this report.

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Marine Atlantic awards contract for new administrative building in Port aux Basques

There was a major infrastructure announcement Tuesday for a town in need of some good news. Marine Atlantic has awarded a contract for a new administrative building in Port aux Basques. NTV’s David Salter reports.

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