Fall chores at the cabin
Thirty-day demolition notice issued for former primary school
Newfoundland couple wins $1 million on new Atlantic Lottery scratch ticket
Prince of Wales in St. John's in secure mode after bear spray attack
Large police presence at apartment in Marystown
Cartwright Heritage Festival returns
Summerford man in hot water for rejecting traffic tickets from RCMP officer
Civilian memorial at Gander's Commonwealth War Graves to be unveiled Sept. 23
Mental health support group starting in St. Anthony
Doors Open to celebrate architecture in St. John’s
Isle aux Morts senior appreciates how things have changed
The late Janet Cox, R.N., is a worthy addition to the Canadian Nurses Association’s Memorial Book.
Premier announces Suna Dau Yath as Council of the Federation Literacy Award winner
Harbour Main residents learning to grow with new community garden
Twillingate and Crow Head come together to establish hiking trails network
Large turnout for annual Walk A Mile in His Shoes
CLARENVILLE, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA Donna Hancock paid tribute to the RCMP officer she says saved her life by organizing the second annual Walk a Mile in His Shoes. “You were always there for everyone and your ...
Friendship benches coming to Happy Valley-Goose Bay
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA Lianna Rice of Happy Valley-Goose Bay is continuing her efforts to raise $20,000 to buy and place seven friendship benches within the community. Friendship benches were ...
Labrador West Pioneers: Tom Turnbull
LABRADOR CITY, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA Tom Turnbull is not only a Labrador West pioneer; he is also a true Labradorian by any unit of measure. For any among us who know Tom and all that he represents, by his vision of ...
Marchers raise $11,507 for myeloma research
Over 100 people participated in the 5th edition of the St. John’s Multiple Myeloma March held at Quidi Vidi Lake. David was an active runner who participated in ultra-marathons. But when doctors diagnosed him with multiple myeloma eight ...
Husky helps Eating Disorder Foundation Newfoundland and Labrador
Husky Energy has contributed funds in support of the Emotion Focused Family Therapy program for parents and care-givers offered by the Eating Disorder Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador. Husky has supported this valuable program for the past ...
Walk-a-thon benefits autism society
Autism Society, Newfoundland and Labrador was honoured to be picked as the NLCU’s Charity of Choice for their 15th Annual Walk-A-Thon. Walks were held on June 3 in eight locations across the province and raised $10,000 for our Classroom ...
Community events in and around St. John's, Saturday, September 15 to Wednesday, September 19
Saturday, September 15 Activities 9:45 a.m. Historical walking tour Back by popular demand, it’s the last historical walking tour of the season with Boyle Tours’ “Where Once They Stood” — learn about ...
Tom McCormick Memorial Park brings Bristol's Hope residents together
“Trapper Tom” McCormick was a prolific woodsman who lived in Bristol’s Hope. It’s his legacy that the park is named after. BRISTOL’S HOPE, NL NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA After three years in the ...
SHIELD encouraging Happy Valley-Goose Bay youth to take part in retreat
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA The Sexual Health Information Exchange Labrador District (SHIELD) Project is looking for youth aged 13-18 to take part in a three-day art, culture and technology (ACT) retreat ...
Port au Choix welcomes 2.3 km of paving
PORT AU CHOIX, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA Residents of Port au Choix are pleased the provincial government has recently repaved the town’s main road. Jeannie Billard believes a protest held in the town on April 10, 2017 ...