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Conservatives ignoring needs of veterans: Judy Foote
In a prepared release the Member of Parliament for Random-Burin-St. George's said during the past year the Conservatives have continued to abdicate their responsibility by closing nine regional Veterans Affairs Canada offices throughout the country.
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Fri Apr 18, 2014
Some good news for mill pensioners
After going through months of uncertainly over the future of the Corner Brook Pulp and Paper pension plan nearly two years ago, Gerald Parsons is breathing a little easier these days.
Coleman family among Corner Brook anti-abortion protesters
Frank Coleman's wife Yvonne, along with some of their children and grandchildren took part in Friday's anti-abortion rally in Corner Brook.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Music is in the air at Jakeman All-Grade
Jakeman All Grade students, from left, Chloe Barnes, Chantel Gill and Malana Barnes belt out a tune on their recorders.
Three-vehicle collision on University Drive in Corner Brook
This Toyota Rav4 was towed from the scene of a three-vehicle collision on University Drive in Corner Brook on Thursday.
Bill Barry withdraws from Tory leadership race
Corner Brook businessman Bill Barry has taken his name out of the running for Newfoundland and Labrador's PC leadership, virtually ensuring Frank Coleman will become the province's next premier.
Engineering students design road realignment of flood area
A pair of civil engineering students in Corner Brook would love to be able to lend a hand to the design of the realignment of Route 460.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Ellen sealskin portrait sold
Rodney Mercer's sealskin portraita Sof Ellen Degeneres has found a home. His artistic creation is on display at Gitanos' Supper Club and Tapas Bar in the Millbrook Mall, hanging near the entrance of the establishment owned by Donna Thistle.
The Chronicle Herald
Now Hear this: Love of nature inspires Only the Mighty
Kim Harris launches her full-length debut, Only the Mighty, on Thursday night at the Spatz Theatre at Citadel High in Halifax.
Ministers King and Jackman lend support to Coleman
Another two provincial cabinet ministers are getting behind Corner Brook businessman Frank Coleman in his campaign to become the next Progressive Conservative leader.
A man who has been visiting Western Memorial Regional Hospital in Corner Brook on a number of occasions lately wonders whatever became of the Western Health's no smoking policy.
Corner Brook to Blanc Sablon run extended
CAI Nunatsiavut announced the service extension on the Corner Brook to Blanc Sablon run on its website, www.labradorferry.ca on Tuesday.
A home coming of sorts'
Members of Waterfront Fire are, from left, Sean Jessome, Andrew Boyd, Jordan Croaker, Ryan Tobin, Ben Thistle and Brandon Young.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Whiteway readies for Spring Hare
Newfoundland actress/comedian Tina Randell will be performing during the dinner theatre portion of the Whiteway Spring Hare on May 2. The Whiteway Spring Hare is just around the corner and it has members of the organizing committee excited for the two-day event.
Cape Breton Post
Quebec election revisited
The implications, if any, for Cape Breton arising from the outcome of the Quebec election seem far off and incidental to the way we lead our lives.
Corner Brook Regional High Wind Symphony impressive at Carnegie Hall
A true sign of any great performer is being able to rise to the challenge, no matter how big the stage.
Warmer temps, but some rainfall for today
With a temperature currently at 11 C, Corner Brook has already surpassed Environment Canada's forecasted high of 9 C. There is some drizzle expected throughout the day along with some fog patches and a southwest wind with gusts between 30 and 50 kilometres per hour.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Still no more details on Felix Cove shooting
Const. Jennifer Culleton of the RCMP major crime unit in Corner Brook said Monday there will be no further media releases at this time, but the investigation is ongoing.
The Globe and Mail
Old tribe, new members, in Newfoundland
Jerry Byrne, Liberal MP, outside the Qalipu Mi'kmaq First Nation building in Corner Brook, Newfoundland.
Province backing shrimp fishermen through all-party committee
Shrimp fishermen, including Roland Genge , protested at the Department of Fisheries and Oceans office in Corner Brook Wednesday.