Staycation guide

It's called a "staycation", and it's all about finding great ways to fill your summer while staying close to home. As thousands of tourists discover every year, Newfoundland and Labrador has breathtaking sites and a wealth of events to fill the hot and sunny — OK, and the damp and foggy — days of summer. We have collected a series of stories from across the province so you can see who is doing what, and where it's all happening. Now, get out there!

Staycation guide
Kayaking in the early morning mist. — Photo by Paul Smith/Special to The Telegram

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William Coaker (rolling over in my grave)
- July 23, 2016
- 19 h 00

Glad he was there and glad he supported it, but it is presumptuous, arrogant and disrespectful that it should bear his name. In the seal hunt era commemorated by this monument and museum, there were two solitudes in Newfoundland. There were those who served in near indentured servitude for meagre rewards in an extraordinarily high risk industry and those who profited from that servitude. Mr. Crosbie's family was the latter.

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Tragedy in France July 15, 2016

Police are still trying to verify the number of dead and injured after a truck accelerated through a crowd celebrating Bastille Day in Nice, France. We will update these stories as information becomes available.

Nice, France
Watching Canada Post July 06, 2016

As labour talks break down at Canada Post, the possibility of closed offices and delayed deliveries looms. TC Media has been following the story from the start. Here are some of the stories we have filed. Check back to stay up to date.

Canada Post
We Will Remember Them — Lest we forget June 30, 2016

In commemoration of July 1, 2016, the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Beaumont Hamel, which resulted in devastating losses to the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, The Telegram has devoted much of its June 30, 2016 paper to recollections of the somber event. Here's a collection of some of our stories, columns and letters to the editor, as well as TC Media articles to mark the anniversary.

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This photograph served as the inspiration for the Caribou Memorials, erected in commemoration of Newfoundland's war dead. — The Rooms Provincial Archives Division, A 68-82/S.H. Parsons & Sons
Animals and us June 13, 2016

Whether it's about someone doing good for our feathered and four-legged friends, or the excitement — and anger — created when modern life meets the wild kingdom, there's always interest in a story about animals. Here are a few we have followed in TC Media.

Remembering Mr. Hockey June 10, 2016

Gordie Howe made his mark in hockey and in the hearts of hockey fans. Here are some of the stories TC Media has covered.

The Detroit Redwings posted this tribute via Twitter this morning.