Profile of The Telegram

Transcontinental daily newspaper in Newfoundland and Labrador

All articles of The Telegram

  • Bringing the wild into art

    With fibres that are hooked, sculpted, felted, embroidered, screenprinted, layered and sewn, the artists — Margaret Angel, Kelly Bruton, Kailey ...

  • Gunner & Smith frontman does Folk Night at The Ship

    2014 was a busy year for the Saskatoon-based indie alt-country band: as well as a tour across Canada and the U.S., they released their first ...

  • Remembering Stella Burry

    “This is a fun opportunity for people to think about a woman who truly was ahead of her time,” said Lisa Browne, CEO of Stella’s Circle, ...

  • Putting history afloat

    The San Juan de Pasajes, Canada’s oldest recorded shipwreck, was found submerged in over 30 feet of water in Red Bay, Labrador. It was ...

  • Residents give condo project thumbs down

    When the new plan from developers Nolan Hall was proposed to councillors, the developers were looking for an exemption to the rule that buildings ...

  • Head to head, page to page

    Coles and Doyle, along with Michael Crummey, were finalists for the BMO Winterset Award earlier this month (an award Coles went on to win; this ...

  • Go Guide

    Saturday, April 11• St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, will hold its annual spring sale/morning coffee Saturday, April 11, in the church hall, the ...

  • Captain Morgan getting a new look

    In this province, opinions on Captain Morgan’s as a popular brand of rum varies. “It’s a much bigger seller, actually, in the Maritimes than it ...

  • Sealers can hit the ice Sunday

    The hunt will open for Front longliners, areas five to eight for small boats and speed boats, all Area 4 vessels, and for personal use licence ...

  • RCMP brings in “independent observer” in Dunphy case

    “The Honourable David G. Riche will have unfettered access to all aspects of the investigation,” Sgt. Greg Hicks announced in a news release. ...