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What you need to know about COVID-19: August 12, 2020
Newfoundland and Labrador school boards expected to roll out details on school reopening by Friday
Gillams artist breaking silence by speaking the stories of women
No injuries when driverless vehicle flips over in Spaniard’s Bay
REPLAY: Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2020, Newfoundland and Labrador COVID-19 update
Clarke's Beach dog breeder pleads guilty to animal cruelty
No middle ground in controversial Labrador road project
First candidate declares intention to run in upcoming St. John’s Ward 2 byelection
The official nomination period is yet to begin, but already one potential candidate has declared her intention to run in the upcoming St. John’s Ward 2 byelection. Ophelia Ravencroft is an academic and community activist who hopes to replace ...
Still two active cases in Newfoundland and Labrador
With no new COVID-19 cases to report Tuesday, two people in the Eastern Health region remain the only two active cases in the Newfoundland and Labrador. An actor with the TV show “Hudson and Rex” who had flown from Toronto on Aug. 6 ...
Despite a setback this week, New Zealand shares parallel success with Newfoundland and Labrador in fighting COVID-19
The majority of Newfoundland and Labrador’s population lives on an island, and that has prompted numerous comparisons to the way other island jurisdictions have been handling COVID-19. One of the most common references is to New ...
Innu Nation files human rights complaint against federal government over child welfare system
The Innu Nation has filed a human rights complaint against the federal government over funding in the child welfare system. According to the complaint lodged with the Canadian Human Rights Commission, they are alleging the government is ...
Twillingate hoping to be Canada’s next Hockeyville
Bruce Greenham was a much younger man when he first set foot on the roof of what would become the George Hawkins Arena in Twillingate. A 17-year-old in those days, the now 71-year-old was amongst the first group that started the dismantling of an ...
Accessibility mat finally allows Corner Brook family to all access beach
Jennifer Broadbent had basically given up on family visits to the beach, but the smile she saw on her four-year-old son Obie’s face on Sunday has changed the Corner Brook mom’s mind. Thanks to the new accessible Mobi-Mat at Pasadena ...
Young businesspeople recognized for excellence in marketing and a sweet new venture
A few years ago, Alex Antle started searching for something to make her feel more a part of her Mi’kmaw culture. “I wasn’t feeling super connected to it,” said the 26-year-old member of the Qalipu First Nation. What she ...
Harbour Grace man charged with impaired driving after collision at gas station
You’ve heard about potential explosive situations. Well, this was one of them… literally. A 70-year-old Harbour Grace man is facing a charge of impaired driving after colliding with the barrier surrounding propane tanks at a local ...
Stephenville-area search and rescue volunteers lauded for work in rescuing pair stranded in a boat
The RCMP in Bay St. George say a big thank you is owed to local search and rescue volunteers in the safe return of two men whose boat ran into mechanical difficulties while they were engaged in the food fishery off the province’s west coast ...
Suspected van thief from Mount Pearl facing other charges
A 32-year-old Mount Pearl man has a future court appearance to answer to charges, including theft of a motor vehicle, in relation to a stolen work van. The RCMP Glovertown said the theft happened on a property located off the Trans-Canada Highway ...