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N.L.'s seasonal tourism industry suffering amid COVID-19 pandemic
Normally, tourism operators in Newfoundland and Labrador would be gearing up for the season, but the novel coronavirus has made things anything but normal.
Happy Valley-Goose Bay opposes presence of Italian military members in town during COVID-19 pandemic
A large aerial troop transport carrying 8 crew members from Italy is due to land Saturday night at 5 Wing Goose Bay and the town's Wally Andersen is none to pleased.
Quidi Vidi Lake will soon be crowded with more than just rowers
Canoers, kayakers and paddle boarders will have unprecedented access to Quidi Vidi Lake in St. John's starting this summer.
Going cashless and closing dining rooms — local businesses adapt to COVID-19
Some of the measures include restaurants closing dining rooms and not accepting cash or cards.
Remembering the lives lost in the Cougar helicopter crash, 11 years later
Seventeen lives were lost when Flight 491 was forced to ditch in the North Atlantic. Many more were changed forever.
Bishop Feild students display art and community pride at third annual exhibition
Art lined the walls and excitement filled the air at the third annual Bishop Feild Elementary student art exhibit. The exhibit gave members of the school community a chance to reunite in their own neighbourhood as the historic school undergoes repairs.
Recommendations for municipal election reform accepted by St. John's committee
The City of St. John's committee of the whole has approved seven recommendations regarding the way municipal campaigns and elections are held.
The snowbanks of Snowmageddon are giving criminals a boost, say police
The mountainous snowbanks left behind by January's record blizzard have made driving a snow removal a pain, but the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary says they're also helping thieves do their dirty work.
Tampon Tuesday aims to increase access to feminine hygiene products provincewide
Last year the Tampon Tuesday donation drive provided thousands of free feminine hygiene products to the St. John’s Women’s Centre. Now there are initiatives in communities all over the province.
Troubled history of site for proposed St. John's bar sparks concern for residents
Developers of a planned downtown lounge and eatery are facing opposition from neighbours, in part because the site used to be the Crazy Horse strip club.