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Four more sustainable food workshops planned for Corner Brook
Facilitator Corinne Brett, left, discusses how to use tasty ingredients like this red basil during the recent workshop on culinary herbs held in Corner Brook.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Blanc-Sablon fed up with Quebec government, wants to leave province...
There are some advantages to living in Blanc-Sablon, a tiny fishing hamlet on the Lower North Shore that is the easternmost point in Quebec.
User groups disappointed with Pepsi Centre rate increase
The City of Corner Brook will re-assume control of the Pepsi Centre on Sept. 1. The city recently informed user groups of a two per cent increase in fees for this year.
Waterspout spotted off Port aux Basques
The current Corner Brook city council has cut its travel expenses by more than 90 per cent from what the previous council spent during the same time period last year.
Provincial cabinet begins two days of talks in Corner Brook
Premier Tom Marshall is hosting the provincial cabinet in his home district of Humber East for the next two days.
Coleslaw sold in Maritimes recalled over listeriosis concern
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says anyone who has this product should throw it out or return it to the store where purchased.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
No injuries in basement apartment fire on Elizabeth Street in Corner Brook
Members of the Corner Brook Fire Department remove an industrial fan from a basement apartment fire on Elizabeth Street Tuesday evening.
Youth Ventures: Another successful summer comes to a close
During this summer, more than 45 youth in the surrounding area joined the Youth Ventures program.
Province denies wrongdoing in taking back Humber Valley Resort's expansion lands
The provincial government has admitted it had meetings with the former operators of Humber Valley Resort in the months before it terminated an agreement to expand the property to adjacent Crown land in 2008.
Public engagement sessions set for next month
People on the west coast will get an opportunity to have their say on how the provincial government can strengthen collaboration across all sectors, provide higher quality data and information and help residents of the province share their ideas and insights next month.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Any work on Deer Lake Canal will require complete engineering study, says paper company
The Town of Deer Lake has the document it was waiting for from Corner Brook Pulp and Paper regarding seepage from the canal near the Deer Lake Power plant.
Veronica Harvey of Port aux Basques folds up T-shirts bearing the Mi'kmaq First Nations Assembly of Newfoundland logo to take back home for members in her area.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Because our results are rounded, a single vote may not seem to affect the percentages below.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Deer Lake Power penstocks to be replaced
Pipes destined for Deer Lake Power to replace the penstocks are off-loaded at the Corner Brook Port on Friday.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Campground proprietors fined for not having permits
The project may be good to go now, but the owners of Pine Ridge Cabins and Campgrounds will have to pay a fine of $500 for starting to rebuild their lodge without having all of the proper permits and approvals in place first.
Life-changing accident won't keep Baxter from enjoying high school reunion
There will likely be plenty of success stories tossed about when Regina High School's graduating classmates from 1994 get together for their 20th reunion in Corner Brook this weekend.
Drunk driver fined $1,500, loses licence for 14 months
The car that hit a tree at the intersection of Park Street and West Valley Road is loaded onto a flatbed tow truck by Conway's Towing Service in this October 2013 file photo.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Stelman Flynn wants to represent Liberals in Humber East
An election call could still be a ways off, but there's no shortage of people interested in taking Premier Tom Marshall's seat.
Resident hopes Killick Place repairs get done before more heavy rain
This was the scene outside the home of Jennifer Oates on Killick Place in Corner Brook during last weekend's rainstorms.