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GRAHAM LETTO has lived in Labrador City since 1973. He’s seen this town of 7,800 at its best and at its worst, maneuvering through the ups and downs [more...]
GRAHAM LETTO has lived in Labrador City since 1973. He’s seen this town of 7,800 at its best and at its worst, maneuvering through the ups and downs [more...]
Siobhan Coady is Newfoundland and Labrador’s new minister of natural resources. The former Member of Parliament and a long-time entrepreneur takes [more...]
Siobhan Coady is Newfoundland and Labrador’s new minister of natural resources. The former Member of Parliament and a long-time entrepreneur takes [more...]
PotashCorp’s Penobsquis mine near Sussex, New Brunswick operated for 30 years before it was closed for good in [more...]
PotashCorp’s Penobsquis mine near Sussex, New Brunswick operated for 30 years before it was closed for good in [more...]

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  • New entrant Nexen bullish on Newfoundland’s offshore
    I just returned from the annual NOIA oil and gas conference in St. John’s last night, and now it’s time to blog about what I heard there. (Technical difficulties prevented me from doing so during the actual conference. Sorry about that.) I’ll post a few things over the next couple of days. But what struck me ...