Oh Cat-mas tree — a frustrating Christmas tail
Grand Falls-Windsor family fighting negative stereotypes of Tourette syndrome
St. John's Edge players help Janeway patients rebound
Brian Jones: Don’t blame the media for Muskrat Falls mess
Spanish tapas bar and restaurant Boca debuts in St. John’s
Brad Gushue rink's Olympic dreams dashed
Telegram and Choices for Youth Making Spirits Bright
Drone video of Team Gushue highway shows work towards summer 2018 opening
'Democracy Cookbook' — The Excerpts
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Contractor left home damaged; Red Bay couple has been unable to reach him
Youths in court after separate incidents
Man caught driving in Kilbride with no licence, insurance, registration
Corner Brook diocese had sex offender George Smith’s status as a priest revoked in 2014
‘Remarkable’ flying skills avert tragedy in Gander
Police report possible meteor landing in northern Ontario
RNC chief responds to CBC report on investigation of veteran officer
RNC Chief Joe Boland issued a statement to media today in response to a CBC story that stated a veteran RNC officer is under investigation for an alleged domestic dispute. The CBC report notes that despite the RNC’s zero-tolerance policy in ...
Early learning and child care bilateral agreement to be announced on Friday
ST. JOHN’S - The provincial and federal governments are set to announce details of the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Early Learning and Child Care Bilateral Agreement on Friday afternoon. Premier Dwight Ball will be joined by provincial ...
Pleas entered at Clarenville provincial court as 12 men face sealing charges
Ten out of twelve men facing charges related to the improper killing of seals entered pleas this morning at Clarenville provincial court. ...
4 children killed in bus-train collision in southern France
PARIS — A regional train hit a school bus on a crossing in southern France Thursday, killing four children and critically injuring 11 other people on the bus, the French interior ministry said. Photos from the scene tweeted by a local television ...
Activism, charity sustain Sandy Hook families 5 years later
NEWTOWN, Conn. — Out of a senseless tragedy, they have sought ways to find meaning in advocacy. Many relatives of the 26 children and educators killed five years ago at Sandy Hook Elementary School have dedicated themselves to charity, activism and ...
Mass shootings aren't more frequent - but they are deadlier
ATLANTA — It can sometimes seem as though mass shootings are occurring more frequently. Researchers who have been studying such crimes for decades say they aren't, but they have been getting deadlier. In the five years since a gunman killed 20 ...
When just saying 'I'm from Newtown' can be a cross to bear
NEWTOWN, Conn. — Suzanne Davenport still wears a memorial bracelet and has a green ribbon with a "Be Kind" magnet on her car to honour the 26 children and educators killed at the local elementary school. A resident of Newtown's Sandy Hook section, ...
Bitcoin more akin to gambling than investing, says BoC governor Poloz
TORONTO — Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz is sounding the alarm on Bitcoin, calling the purchase of the cryptocurrency "closer to gambling than investing." In a speech at the Canadian Club Toronto on Thursday, the governor said Bitcoin is ...
B.C. man found guilty of polygamy believed he couldn't be prosecuted: lawyer
CRANBROOK, B.C. — The lawyer for a British Columbia man found guilty of marrying two dozen women says his client believed he could not be prosecuted for polygamy. Winston Blackmore's attorney, Blaire Suffredine, was in B.C. Supreme Court in Cranbrook ...
Quebec plan for compulsory sex-ed courses has its detractors
Quebec's plan to introduce compulsory sexual-education courses for primary and secondary students ran into some immediate opposition Thursday, with some parents promising to fight the proposal. Raymond Ayas, a member of the Quebec ...