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The process of moving the newly constructed bridge to its final location doesn't look very exciting, a city official says, but it's technologically impressive.
It's time to clean the trailer up and figure out who to send the bill to later, says a Conception Bay South councillor.
Douglas Snelgrove was acquitted of all charges in 2017, but the Crown's appeal of that verdict has been granted, and a new trial ordered.
N.L.'s medical association has launched a campaign in the hopes of increasing doctor-patient conversations around cannabis.
The two were stopped by RCMP on the Trans-Canada Highway after several businesses reported a variety of items being stolen.
A controlled release of water should bring the falls up to about 10 per cent of what they were in the 1960s, a Nalcor employee says.
A study six years in the making shows some grim statistics for snow crab in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Police officers and inspectors with the Newfoundland Liquor Corp. raided an alleged unlicensed cannabis store in St. John's Thursday, just one day after legal recreational marijuana sales came into effect.
A senior Nalcor leader wanted to make changes to an expert review of the project before it was sanctioned, but backed down after he was questioned over the interference.
Michelle Murray describes the panic of trying to get a baby and toddlers out of a van after having a screwdriver thrust in her face.
High North is Labrador's only legal cannabis retailer and one of a handful of independent shops in the province.
"Indigenous women were were not treated with the respect and dignity they deserve," said Danny Smyth.
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