Hundreds of speeding, aggressive N.L. drivers ticketed
MUN global warming-related project gets international recognition
Illegal cigarettes still common in Newfoundland and Labrador
Russell Wangersky: After the battle’s over, a new one begins
Nunatsiavut and Federal government launch partnership to protect ocean in northern Labrador
Lifeboat drill incident causes injuries on Northern Ranger
Opening up the conversation on local media in N.L.
Happy Valley-Goose Bay couple facing charges following September incident
Apprentices in Atlantic Canada get boost
Cape Breton Post
Changes coming to provincial government's home support program
It’s Fire Prevention Week in Newfoundland and Labrador
Newfoundland Labrador Hydro announce results of the 6th Annual Red Shoe Crew-Walk for Families
Sobey’s Big Red Chair’ity auction raises $23,000 for Atlantic communities
Baie Verte family bringing more magic to Ronald McDonald House
World Teachers’ Day celebrated across Newfoundland and Labrador
A final resting place for Gerald Squires
A small band of close friends, as well as staff from the Boyd’s Cove Beothuk Interpretation Centre, follow behind. “Each walk is different and it is sad today,” Gail says. They reach the location of the “The Spirit of the Beothuk,” a bronze statue ...
Clint Davis — who now lives and works in Toronto — was presented with a 2016 Indspire Award, which celebrates Indigenous achievement. Davis is in good company. Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price (Ulkatcho First Nation – British Columbia) and ...
Port Hope Simpson teen taking part in SHAD
Megan Parr is a 16-year-old from Port Hope Simpson, Labrador, who will be taking part in the SHAD program this summer.Megan Parr will be spending four weeks at a Canadian university for a summer program that focuses on science, technology, ...
Rompkey, a former teacher, passed away on March 21. Following is the eulogy read at his funeral by Edward Roberts, a former Lake Melville MHA and Lieutenant Governor, who was a friend of Rompkey’s. Hon. William Rompkey – Eulogy The summer of ...
PAL renews support for Air Daffodil
The “Air Daffodil” program was introduced to help alleviate the overwhelming financial burden associated with travel costs out of Labrador. Matthew Piercey, CEO of the Canadian Cancer Society-NL said that the need for this important support program ...
Newfoundland Road Updates Related to Flooding
Central region: Route 330 - Between Musgrave Harbour and Aspen Cove - Closed Route 340 – Embree - One lane open Route 340 - Little Burnt Bay - One lane open Route 340 - Michael's ...
Introduction to Islam
As members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community — Malik, based out of Charlottetown, PE, and Qureshi from Halifax — the two men travelled to Labrador West and Happy Valley-Goose Bay recently to give public presentations on Islam as part of their ...
‘All because of you’
The church hall was filled with volunteers on Nov. 28, as Salvation Army Capt. Brent Haas gave words of thanks to those who help the Salvation Army throughout the year in its various fundraisers and outreach work. “I believe one of the greatest ways ...
‘One of my goals in life’
At the age 85, Lethbridge was officially ordained an Anglican priest on Monday evening at a service conducted at St. Andrew’s Anglican Church in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. Rev. Nellie Thomas of St. Andrew’s Anglican Church said the ordination was a ...
Remembering lives lost
Yesterday marked the 26th anniversary of the Montreal Massacre, which saw 14 women in an engineering class shot and killed by a lone gunmen at L’Ecole Polytechnique at the University of Montreal. Those women were remembered last night, as well as ...