In tune with nature
Thom Barker: A Muslim ban by any other name
Happy Valley-Goose Bay woman recognized with leadership award
Dutch woman gets jail time for flight incident
World-class achievement for Labrador athlete with St. Anthony ties
LETTER: Clarifying some misinformation about N.L.’s auto insurance industry
Discovery renews ‘Last Stop Garage’
Happy Valley-Goose Bay athletes travel to Labrador West for All Star Soccer ...
Jerry Cans rock the Big Land
Spaniard’s Bay volunteer earns 2018 Seniors of Distinction Award, Governor General’s medal
Waterfront Fire has busy summer and fall ahead with province and European bookings
Labrador West pioneers Claude and Lena Johnson
RNC in Labrador West present service awards
Labrador West teacher leaves a lasting impact
Clarenville Correctional Centre for Women and SPCA team up; unsellable clothing donations get second life as handmade dog toys
Major Francois Fasquelle taking over command of 103 Search and Rescue Squadron from Major James Pinhorn
GANDER, N.L. – The 103 Search and Rescue Squadron in Gander ceremoniously welcomed a new squadron commander on Thursday, July 5. Major Francois Fasquelle will be taking on the role. Speaking to those in attendance, he expressed his gratitude ...
SLIDESHOW: Miawpukek First Nation hosts 23rd annual Powwow
MIAWPUKEK FIRST NATION, N.L. – What started out as a conference about traditional medicines 23 years ago has grown beyond almost all recognition, but the core of teaching and healing remains. “Throughout the years, that’s what ...
“We Built This Town” hits Lab West
LABRADOR CITY, N.L. — The Encore Community Arts Association is a local not-for-profit group with a five-year history in Labrador West. They have done musical productions from small scale up to productions involving 80 people. The local ...
N.L. Beard and Moustache Club offering trims to those in need
Haircuts are a regular part of life for most people, but for some they are a luxury that can’t always be afforded. The Newfoundland and Labrador Beard and Moustache Club is attempting to make regular haircuts available to those who cannot ...
Labrador Flag Man continues 35-year tradition
LABRADOR CITY, N.L. — This story is about a Labrador West resident who has for many years celebrated Canada Day in his own very quiet and unique way. Stedman Dicks has been in Labrador West for 50 years and has been a long-time resident ...
The last hike — Agnes Bishop,73, hikes a mountain to remember her late son and other fallen soldiers
When Agnes Bishop and her son Craig Gillam climbed to Mark Rock 14 years ago, they had no idea it would be Gillam’s last hike to the mountain just outside South Branch. Nor could either have predicted that Bishop would one day return to the ...
PHOTOS: Canada Day on the Burin Peninsula
BURIN PENINSULA, N.L. - There were plenty of smiling faces and lots of laughter as communities on the Burin Peninsula celebration Canada's birthday on July 1. ...
Preparing for Pride Week in Labrador
LAKE MELVILLE, N.L. — Residents of the Lake Melville area are gearing up for the annual Pride celebrations. Pride celebrations have been happening in Happy Valley-Goose Bay since 2010, with the Safe Alliance taking the lead most ...
Canada Day fun in the sun in Labrador West
LABRADOR CITY, N.L. — It was a sense of patriotic pride coupled with a warm sunny day — one of the few so far this summer — that drew a large crowd to Centennial playground in Labrador City July 1. There were lots of games for the ...
Photos: Happy Valley-Goose Bay Canada Day celebrations 2018
A large crowd showed up for the celebrations at Kinsmans Park. Here is a selection of the photos taken on the 151st birthday of Canada. ...