Cats vs. dogs
Armchair Olympians Day 13
Free ebook to mark Alzheimer's Awareness Month
Nain residents trying to get food bank in community
Labrador woman receives nomination for ECMA
Seen it all before
A system that ‘takes forever’
Roddickton girl wins Telegram Spelling Bee for second time
Norris found not criminally responsible for death of Marcel Reardon
Jenna Conter: Want to be a hard core Olympic fan? You’ve got to stay awake!
A study in bronze: Kaetlyn Osmond finishes third in Olympic Games women's singles skating
Marystown ecstatic over Kaetlyn Osmond’s medal finish
Jenna Conter: a dissection of Olympic snowboarding
Tim Arsenault: Olympics coverage is on steroids
Natasha Osmond is little sister Kaetlyn's biggest fan
Tim Arsenault: Loophole entry looks flat on the Olympic halfpipe
As Canadians spent Tuesday trying to regain their composure after the smouldering routine by Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, it’s easy to forget that not all heroes wear skates. For some, they don’t even have to be very ...
Late skate: Kaetlyn Osmond’s short program will make for a long night here
People in this province wanting to catch live coverage of figure skater Kaetlyn Osmond skating her short program at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Korea might want to consider a pre-competition nap or keeping a pot of coffee handy or both. The short ...
Tim Arsenault: Ya blew it, TSN
Sending people halfway around the world to lead off their sportscast with NHL and NBA highlights seems like a bit of a waste. But that’s what’s happening on SportsCentre with Jay and Dan every weekday morning on TSN during ...
Jenna Conter: Drugs in curling? Really?
We all know that they couldn’t keep that monkey off their back for long. That’s right, a Russian athlete has been flagged under suspicion for doping … for curling. Yup. The sport known for its speed, aggression and ...
Tim Arsenault: the Canadian in Korea’s Olympic hockey corner
The Korean women’s hockey team at the Winter Olympics is symbolically unified through the inclusion of a few players from the North. The South Korean men’s hockey team is not-so-symbolically trying to look like they belong ...
Jenna Conter: Jamaica made Olympic sledding cool
Growing up I had a friend whose house was essentially a square that encased the stairs that led from the bottom floor to the top. We’d play fun games of chase-the-chubby-kid until I’d throw up grape juice all over their white ...
Stephanie Nadeau of Red Bay will play in varsity curling championship
With the Winter Olympics underway, eyes across the globe have been glued to the sport of curling. ...
Tim Arsenault: Bruce Rainnie’s happy, gruelling Olympic curling marathon
If it seems like Bruce Rainnie is always on duty when you tune in CBC’s Winter Olympics coverage, that’s because he is. If there was an Ironman event at the Pyeongchang Games, Rainnie would be a contender. As the ...
Jenna Conter: Always up for some Olympic air
Move over luge, we have a new kid on the ice track. Adding to the series of Winter Olympic sports that I’m labelling Someone Lost a Bet, we welcome skeleton. Take the sled, keep the spandex suit, but flip the athlete around to ...
Tim Arsenault: Cleansing the Olympic palate
If you’ve been overdoing it in front of the TV since Friday, staying up late only to be shaken more by the fact that Shaun White is 31 than by his snowboarding prowess, you might need to slow things down right about now. Even the ...