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A St. John's-based company that received nearly $1 million in government assistance to help expand its data centre operations in Labrador is now locked in a legal dispute with its business partner, a Hong Kong-based Bitcoin mining firm.
RCMP confirm the fire was deliberately set.video
A Supreme Court judge has ordered Nalcor to pay a financing company $892,000 related to a a cancelled contract for clearing land for transmission lines.
CBC's Jacob Barker recently spent a day on the trapline with William Larkham Jr., whose videos about hunting, fishing and trapping have found an audience around the world.video
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Wednesday April 26, 2017
A mock disaster at Mealy Mountain Collegiate in Happy Valley-Goose Bay didn't spare any of the gruesome details as high school students watched the scene unfold. Emergency crews responded to a fatal snowmobile and car collision that MADD had staged.
Tuesday April 25, 2017
RCMP first seized fentanyl in Happy Valley-Goose Bay in 2011 and since then there have been a few cases in the area. Now the police force is educating members of the community, including first responders, about the dangers of fentanyl.
Tuesday April 25, 2017
Happy Valley-Goose Bay's own Tom Niles has a small role in the new season of Trailer Park Boys. We reached him in Halifax to find out how he landed the role.
Friday April 21, 2017
An environmental group is suing Canada's environment minister for what it says is a failure to uphold its responsibilities laid out in the Species at Risk Act.
Tuesday April 18, 2017
If it wasn't for cochlear implants, Jonathan Buckle's life would be very different. Just like a cell phone or a laptop, after a number of years, the hardware becomes obsolete. So, the Buckle family lobbied provincial government for an upgrade
Thursday April 13, 2017
Mushers Dennis Burden and Bill Russell are helping keep dog racing alive on Labrador's south coast while members of the next generation including Burden's daughter, Kendra, question what will happen to the tradition in the future.
Thursday April 06, 2017
Labrador West author Tanya Benoit describes her writing as a labour of love. For the past 5 years, she's been writing a historical romance series called, Stormy Encounters. Just this week, Benoit released the third book, Caitlyn's Rapture.
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