From The Edge
The world-class hiking paths of the East Coast Trail are right here in our own backyard. It’s life on the edge of adventure.
The fishery, a backbone of the Newfoundland and Labrador economy, laid the foundation for a thriving ocean sector, but the present day range and depth of our blue economy expertise extends to many ocean technologies and industries.
Valued at more than $1 billion, here are some of the development initiatives happening throughout the city, demonstrating continued confidence in St. John’s long-term economic growth.
Are we in a temporary holding pattern due to the never-ending pandemic, or are we experiencing the start of a massive shift in how work will be done?
St. John’s boasts numerous advantages for businesses to thrive and for workers seeking a better quality of life.
“This facility will be a centerpiece as Memorial recruits both domestically and internationally,” says Premier Andrew Furey. “The students who come through this facility will bring about important change over the coming decades, in this province and around the world.”
OceanGate Expeditions partnered with local Newfoundland talent to survey the world’s most famous shipwreck, the RMS Titanic.
The iconic Signal Hill signpost now boasts 11 new cities from countries around the world including: Sudan, Nigeria, Syria, Eritrea, Iraq, Bangladesh, China, Sri Lanka, India, Brazil, and the Philippines.
This video and podcast series from techNL shares the stories of industry veterans and emerging faces looking to grow.
Check out this wonderful film by Freehub Magazine that captures mountain biking in the St. John’s area so beautifully.
In this video interview with Captain Chris Hearn of the Marine Institute, Mayor Danny Breen discovers more about North America’s most advanced simulation solutions provider.
It may seem like an unlikely hotbed for tech startups, but a new generation of business leaders are finding everything they need to grow their companies and build their lives, right here in Newfoundland and Labrador.
One of the many advantages to living here, St. John’s is the most affordable Canadian city in which to buy a home in 2021.