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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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  • Stan Marshall is Nalcor Energy’s new CEO
    It’s been a wild 24 hours for Nalcor Energy. Long-time president and CEO Ed Martin resigned abruptly on Wednesday. He was quickly followed out the door by Nalcor’s board of directors. On Thursday morning Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Dwight Ball and Natural Resources Minister Siobhan Coady announced Martin’s successor – Stan Marshall. While it surprised some people that ...