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N.L. Hydro launches investigation into why equipment on Labrador link keeps failing

Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro has launched an investigation into why equipment on the Labrador-Island Link keeps failing. NTV’s Colleen Lewis reports.

Request for proposals issued to develop former Trinity Loop Amusement Park property

The Trinity Loop Amusement Park was a place of summertime fun for Newfoundlanders and Labradorians, from the late 80s, and closed its doors in 2004. 

Now, the amusement park lies abandoned. and although the park does attract some tourists, who want to experience an abandoned ferries wheel, and railway cars, the province is hoping to redevelop the area.

A request for proposals has been issued to develop the former Trinity Loop Amusement Park property. Proposals will only be accepted for tourism-related establishments, such as RV parks, resorts, and campgrounds. Proposals will be accepted until March 3rd. 

PUB launches first phase of gas pricing review with consultation process

The Public Utilities Board has launched the first phase of its products pricing review with a consultation process.

The review was requested by Service NL’s Sarah Stoodley last June. It will examine the pricing mechanism as well as benchmark pricing for wholesale markups of petroleum products. The feedback form for consultations can be found on the PUB’s website.

Mild weather has snowmobile season off to slow start

The snowmobile industry is valued at about $100 million a year in the province, but mild weather has the season off to a slow start. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.

Winterton latest community to receive cell phone coverage

Winterton is the latest community to receive cell phone coverage.

The new tower was cost shared by the town, the provincial government, and Bell. NTV’s Kyle Brookings reports.

Made Right Here: Western Steel Works

Danielle Butt’s feature returns for the first time in three years with a visit to Western Steel Works in Corner Brook.

Restaurants Canada seeks extension to offload single-use plastics

Restaurants have a one-year grace period to unload their inventories of single-use plastics after a new federal law came into effect. But the Restaurants Canada is seeking an extension. NTV’s David Salter reports.

Real estate market could level off in 2023

The real estate market had a big resurgence in 2022, but it could level off in 2023. NTV’s David Salter reports.

MP Clifford Small wants discussions between Canada, Japan on state of crab markets

Justin Trudeau is meeting with the prime minister of Japan today. The only Conservative MP from this province is hoping to see some discussion on the state of crab markets.

NTV’s Colleen Lewis has the story.

Tips from two mortgage brokers on navigating housing market

Many are looking for options on mortgages during these days of rising interest rates.

NTV’s Bailey Howard speaks with two sisters who are mortgage brokers to get some tips on where to start when buying a house.

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