Mud Immortal organizer blamed by province in new lawsuit

The legal snarl over the controversial Mud Immortal adventure race continues to grow even more tangly, as the Newfoundland and Labrador government has launched its own court proceeding seeking damages against event organizer Jonathan Brett. Apr 16 video

Many ships, few occupational health and safety inspections

The fishing industry may have injury rates almost double the provincial average, but CBC Investigates has found that on-board provincial occupational health and safety inspections are few and far between. Apr 08 video

Watch On-board inspections 3:29

Foreign worker permit pulled at Labrador City restaurants

Ottawa has suspended two Labrador City restaurants from the Temporary Foreign Workers Program, concluding there are “reasonable grounds” to suspect that the employer “provided false, misleading or inaccurate information” to get a positive ruling. Apr 07

Facebook pet seller Rian Hicks facing fraud charge

A Bonavista man now living in Montreal who sells pets to Newfoundlanders through his Facebook page is facing a fraud charge in his home province. Apr 03 video

Watch Fraud charge 1:38

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