CONTEST: Win tickets to FIBA World Cup qualifiers in St. John’s
Flirting with fans in Victorian Newfoundland
GUEST COLUMN: Flying with clipped wings
CONTEST: Win tickets to see Queen musical "We Will Rock You" in St. ...
Doctor shortage - connecting the dots and seeking solutions for ...
Vaping among Newfoundland and Labrador teens an ‘epidemic,’ expert says
EDITORIAL: Liberal sleight of hand
Who’s running in Newfoundland and Labrador's 2019 general election?
ASHLEY FITZPATRICK: On deaths in Newfoundland and Labrador prisons
Small shrimp biomass increase off Newfoundland's northeast coast
Public Utilities Board has lots of questions for Nalcor
St. John's city council vote allows waiving of parking requirements downtown
Dennis Byrne on the long road to recovery after pre-Christmas accident
Parks Canada field unit and road to Nain major topics at AGM
Consultation efforts not good enough, Chief Jean-Charles Piétacho says
Action committee to fight for services at St. Anthony hospital
Residents from all over the Great Northern Peninsula and southern Labrador are concerned about what's happening at their regional hospital in St. Anthony. Many of them are making those concerns known through a Facebook group created by Dean ...
Contract awarded to replace Coley’s Point Primary in Bay Roberts
One of the final hurdles in getting Coley’s Point Primary replaced has finally been passed. The provincial government announced Wednesday, Feb. 20, that it awarded a contract to JMJ Holdings Ltd. to replace the aging Bay Roberts school. The ...
Grand Falls-Windsor RCMP take man into custody after lengthy negotiations
On Tuesday, Feb. 19, Grand Falls-Windsor RCMP attended a residence on Keats Avenue to effect an arrest on a 21-year-old man for an incident that was reported earlier that day. The man refused to come out of his residence, resulting in a large ...
Longtime skip Russ Howard as smooth on the air as he was on the ice
SYDNEY, N.S. — Longtime skip Russ Howard wasn't expecting to embark on a long television broadcasting career when he first entered the booth nearly two decades ago. "In 2001, we lost the provincial final and they just asked me to do ...
Canada rejects global ban on shipping recyclables as trash rots in Manila
OTTAWA — Canada will not sign on to an amendment to an international treaty that would fully ban developed countries like Canada from shipping hazardous waste, including recyclables, to the developing world. The amendment was proposed more than 20 ...
'Worst ways to die:' Ottawa asks if cruelty should be weighed in wildlife toxins
The federal government is taking extra steps to find out if Canadians are still OK with killing wildlife in what one scientist calls "one of the worst ways to die on earth." The Pest Management Review Agency has extended public consultations into ...
Liberals promise $638M for urban Indigenous housing
OTTAWA — A federal plan to spend $638 million on housing for Indigenous people living in cities and urban areas won't provide enough money or address the basic causes of Indigenous homelessness, say people who work on programs in the field. “It’s not ...
SNC-Lavalin lawyers rushed to prosecutors before MPs knew of proposed law change
Representatives for SNC-Lavalin hustled to connect with federal prosecutors after the Liberal government quietly introduced a proposal last year to allow corporations to strike settlement deals and avoid ...
Taylor Giovannini believes in need for cannabis cultivation in N.L.
St. Lawrence native Taylor Giovannini, founder and CEO of Oceanic ReLeaf ...
Missing snowshoer found dead in avalanche debris on Vancouver's North Shore
VANCOUVER — Searchers discovered the body of a missing snowshoer in avalanche debris on Vancouver's North Shore on Wednesday, two days after he was swept away. Peter Haigh of North Shore Search and Rescue says searchers made the discovery on Runner ...