Russell Wangersky: Both sides now
Pam Frampton: Muskrat Falls — yes, it’s personal (part 3)
GO GUIDE: St. John's area events, June 16 to June 21
Win tickets to the World Series of Monster Trucks, July 20
Kenmount Road Webcam
Humber Arm South council will be keeping an eye on activities at ...
Traffic on upper West Street in downtown Corner Brook is temporarily two-way
Corner Brook sisters only too glad to openly celebrate the Mi'kmaq culture ...
Western Health adopts a family presence policy
Hiring Ryane Clowe as coach a benchmark move for Newfoundland Growlers
Colin Greening back in Toronto fold, agrees to new contract with Marlies
'Flamin’ Bayman' wins Outdoor Pros 75 at Eastbound Speedway
Kirk's bat leads Dodgers to championship in St. John's Day senior fastpitch tournament
Challenge Cup: Dolo does it all for Feildians
Ryane Clowe set to become Newfoundland Growlers coach, sources tell The Telegram
Steady Brook's Kelsey Hogan first woman to cross the finish line at Quebec ultramarathon
Kelsey Hogan won’t ever be accused of being too lazy to get out of her own way. The 23-year-old Steady Brook native, an ultramarathon runner who works as an engagement organizer with the Nature Trust of New Brunswick in Fredericton, finished ...
Carl English could become a new kind of two-way player with the St. John's Edge
The official release says Carl English got a new job with the St. John’s Edge on Monday, but the reality is the Edge’s star player has been doing the work of general manager for some time now. “In a low-key way, yeah,” said ...
Corner Brook nordic skier Hugh Warkentin taking his game to Kelowna
Hugh Warkentin is going back to train on familiar terrain in his quest to be among the elite nordic skiers in Canada. Warkentin, a member of the Newfoundland and Labrador nordic ski team, is moving west in July to begin training with the Telemark ...
Fortune Special Olympian Tony Moores heading to national summer games
FORTUNE, N.L.— Tony Moores of Fortune is busy preparing himself for the Special Olympics ...
Herder celebration time for Caribou hockey fans and players
CLARENVILLE, N.L. — The 2018 Herder-winning Clarenville Ford Caribous held a celebration event this past Saturday, June 16, to recognize the team’s championship win earlier this year. Players were on hand to meet fans, sign autographs ...
Debbie Bouzane of Gander awarded Hockey NL President’s Award
GANDER, N.L. — From an early age Debbie Bouzane has shown dedication on the ice as a hockey player. Now she’s been recognized for her efforts to encourage more girls to take to the ice. Bouzane, chair of the Female Council for Hockey ...
Team NL’s mission staff announced for 2019 Canada Winter Games
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – Children, Seniors and Social Development Minister Lisa Dempster has announced Team Newfoundland and Labrador’s mission staff for the 2019 Canada Winter Games. Chef de mission Karen Sheffiffs of St. John’s ...
Castroneves thinks Bowmanville track for upcoming SportsCar GP suits his style
Helio Castroneves earned one of the formative wins of his open-wheel racing career over two decades ago in Toronto. He's hoping a return to the area as a rookie on the IMSA WeatherTech Championship Series will yield similar ...
Raonic climbs to No. 31 in tennis rankings after making Stuttgart Open final
Canadian Milos Raonic climbed four places to No. 31 in the world tennis rankings while Swiss star Roger Federer, the man who beat him in Sunday's Stuttgart Open final, reclaimed the top spot from Rafael Nadal. The Spaniard fell to No. 2 in the ...
Teenage star R.J. Barrett added to roster for Canadian senior camp
TORONTO — Teenager R.J. Barrett has been added to Canada's men's basketball roster for this week's training camp and exhibition series ahead of FIBA World Cup qualifying. Barrett, who just turned 18, led Canada to a historic gold medal at last ...