Maryland and N.L. become friends

Maryland and N.L. become friends

Updated at 05:02 - Newfoundland and Labrador is now officially friends with Maryland. But Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dan Crummell and Maryland Secretary of State John McDonough had a hard time explaining what that means Monday.

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Island-wide power outages reported

Island-wide power outages reported

Updated at 10:05 - Power outages have been reported from St. John’s all the way to Port aux Basques and in most areas in between this morning.

STEVE BARTLETT: 10 miles of inspiration

Updated at 09:34 - Jerry Whitten puts his head down and walks really, really fast.Fast enough to complete 10 miles and cross the Tely 10 finish line at Bannerman Park two hours, 23...

An under-17 overhaul

An under-17 overhaul

Updated at 04:32 - Hockey Canada begins a remake of its under-17 men’s program this week by bringing together more than 100 of the country’s best 16-year-olds for a new camp.Along...

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PUB extends deadline for Hydro

Updated at 07:45 - The Board of Commissioners of Public Utilities (PUB) appears to be extending with some reluctance a deadline for Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro to respond to questions about cost recovery for the Crown corporation’s proposal to install diesel units....

RNC investigates discovery of body

Updated at 07:31 - Police officers were going door to door for information after a dead body was found Monday morning lying on the gravel in a...

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Andrews headed to world equine event in France

Updated at 03:02 - Local para-dressage competitor Robyn Andrews has been named to the Canadian team competing at the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG) in Normandy, France late next month..

Sabres re-sign Luke Adam

Updated on July 28, 2014 - The Buffalo Sabres have re-signed forward and Kilbride native Luke Adam to a one-year, two-way contract, which provides them the...

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Canada isn’t the upstanding nation it used to be

Updated at 03:33 - This weekend, as I perused my various media feeds, I came across a story that finally brought a moment of incredible clarity for me regarding the status of women and research here at home and Canada’s reputation abroad..

Red flags

Updated at 03:33 - How can you say you own a house if you essentially need permission from foreign shareholders before you can decide what colour to...

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This one’s for John

Updated at 03:33 - I first met Art Meaney while training for the Tely 10 at the Running Room.Art, 1979 Tely 10 winner and holder of three age group records, is an exceptional coach. He praises each runner’s personal accomplishments even if it means, like in the case of....

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There’s no place like it

Updated at 03:32 - There are so many places we all long to be and long to see. Anything with palm trees generally makes me pretty happy. There are...

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Failure not an option

Updated on July 28, 2014 - It’s an open question whether Canada needs a free trade deal with Europe, but it is more certain that the Harper government does.

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‘Shylock’ a one-man show in an intimate setting

Updated on July 28, 2014 - In the wake of Christopher Marlowe’s sensational “The Jew of Malta,” featuring the murderous Barabbas, Shakespeare composed “The Merchant of Venice,” featuring another larger-than-life, Jewish money-lender, Shylock. And Shakespeare’s character is the....

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Community Heroes: Husky donates $1 million to Cancer Society

Updated on July 28, 2014 - The Canadian Cancer Society in Newfoundland and Labrador has received a $1-million donation from Husky Energy to expand a critically important cancer prevention program aimed at lowering cancer incidence rates in the province..

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