Police forces are warning parents after a raid Tuesday night at the CannaLeaf marijuana dispensary in downtown St. John’s that the cannabis candies and cookies seized are similar to what can be purchased in regular stores in the province, but can be harmful to children.
The St. John’s IceCaps were coming off a 6-2 loss, had dropped four of their last six games, their star rookie netminder was floundering and to top it all off, the team was now missing one of its leading scorers. Yann Danis’s timing couldn’t have been any better.
The Clarenville Ford Caribous got scoring from a wide variety of players as they completed a two-game weekend sweep of the visiting Gander Kelly Ford Flyers with an 8-3 Central West Senior Hockey League win on Sunday.
Marystown, NL- Fishing quotas was just one of the concerns discussed during a Federation of Independent Sea Harvesters Newfoundland and Labrador (FISH-NL) meeting held in Marystown Nov. 29.
What I came across last month in a 1944 school speller was a set of simple sentences; part of a Grade 8 “special mid-term review.” I’ve given four of them below. Read them and think. Hard to believe they were written more than 70 years pre-Trump:
I am writing to voice my concern about the Newfoundland commercial seal hunt. Since I’ve learned about the seal hunt, I’ve come to realize that it reflects poorly on our beautiful province. I understand that the seal hunt was once an important and vital part of Newfoundland history and culture, but it does not hold the same value today.