Updated on October 07, 2015 - Four days after a man was shot dead by an armed robber at a St. John’s hotel bar, people across the province continue to react with outrage about Saturday’s tragedy.4
Updated at 13:17 - Newfoundland writer, actor and comedian, Andy Jones, has been named as a finalist for a Governor General’s Literary Award in the category of children’s literature (illustrated books)..1
Updated at 03:36 - The Shulie Road is officially called Nova Scotia Route 209: it wraps around the coast of the triangular piece of Nova Scotia that sticks south and west down into the Bay of Fundy, the chunk of land between Truro and New Brunswick..2
Updated on October 07, 2015 - Four federal candidates jockeyed Wednesday to explain to the St. John’s business community why his party — or, in the case of former Liberal Scott Andrews, his independence — is the best choice in the upcoming election..1
Updated at 03:37 - Back in 2007, left-winger Nic Blanchard turned pro with the American Hockey League’s Albany River Rats, a team that featured a fair compliment of veteran forwards, with the likes of Keith Aucoin, Trevor Gillies, Jamie Johnson, Ryan Bada and David....
Updated on October 07, 2015 - • An intriguing afternoon of stories with storyteller Jean Pierre Makosso, part of The Rooms Coffee & Culture series on Oct. 8 at The Rooms at 2 p.m. Free with admission to The Rooms..
12:57 - WILKES-BARRE, Pa. - A university in northeastern Pennsylvania has become the latest school to rescind an honorary degree it granted Bill Cosby..
Updated on October 07, 2015 - Thursday night’s Festival of New Dance program paired “Jamais Seule (Never Alone)” by Corpuscule Danse, and “Performance May Be Permanent” by Kate Story with Bill Brennan and directed by Ker Wells..
Updated at 10:03 - By Jennifer Guy (Chair, Community Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador) and Rob Greenwood (Executive Director, Harris Centre, Memorial University).