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Tweed finally opens up its doors in the Big Land, while 500 kilometres away in Labrador City, High North is still having supply problems.
Andy Fillier, 61, and Jim Wheeler, 69, were the victims in a two-vehicle collision in Nova Scotia's Pictou County on Sunday. According to relatives, they had been driving together from Newfoundland to Ontario to visit their families over the holidays.
Two urban planners give their input on waived development fees for certain existing neighbourhoods in the city.
Shane Leonard, one of nine men charged with drug offences after raids conducted across the Avalon peninsula as part of Operation Bombard in 2016, is on trial for conspiring to traffic oxycodone.
Overall city spending is down 6.7 per cent from last year's budget, with a big drop in capital and infrastructure spending in 2019.
Kathy Dunderdale once boasted that Muskrat Falls could stand on its own, but admitted Tuesday the bluster was a negotiating tactic.
Canada Post says its normal holiday service commitments are being restored across most of the country, except the West Coast.
The federal government released proposed regulations for air passenger rights Monday, but Woodrow French says they may not do enough.
Three men accused of selling narcotics in a biker gang more than two years ago will not stand trial next month.
The CEO of Newfoundland Power was a late addition to the witness list at the Muskrat Falls inquiry, but Peter Alteen delivered some of the harshest criticism yet.
Katie Willis got the highest score in Atlantic Canada this year for her first Royal Conservatory of Music exam.
A six-week old kitten is lucky to be alive in Stephenville after hitching a ride under the hood of a car.
CBC NL's Melissa Tobin gets up close and crafty and shares her ideas for homemade Christmas presents.