Silver for Lab West’s Alf Parsons at World Masters
'A powerful force': St. John’s Women’s March demands local changes
$5 million invested to improve internet service on Great Northern Peninsula
St. Anthony RCMP issue "thin ice" warning
Norway’s ban on fur farming comes as surprise in Newfoundland and elsewhere
NL court ruling could greatly impact Wabush pensioners
Pfizer Canada experiencing EpiPen shortage
Up through the Scouts Canada ranks
N.L. to participate in national suicide prevention project Roots of Hope
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Enjoy a fun weekend and be part of a great fundraising curling event in Labrador City
Ron MacLean says it’s important to always remember our roots to hockey
Newfoundlander Adam Pardy signs with team in Swedish Elite League
Happy Valley-Goose Bay Plumber’s Cup fun for all
Newfoundland and Labrador gearing up for Minor Hockey Week
Kaetlyn Osmond begins defence of her national title today in Vancouver
Grand Falls-Windsor athlete going to extremes
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, NL – As the new year begins, everyone is thinking about new goals they want to set for 2018. Local triathlete Benjamin Hayley has set some extreme goals for 2018 as he plans to complete three extreme triathlons in just ...
Brad Gushue happy to be in the mix
It may be considered gimmicky to some (most?) casual observers, but the mixed doubles game might be the future for curling across the country. “It’s huge in Europe,” said reigning Brier and world champion Brad Gushue of St. ...
Brad Gushue winless after opening day of mixed doubles trials
The other members of his Brier and world men’s champion team had good starts Tuesday at the Canadian mixed doubles Olympic Trails, but Brad Gushue of St. John’s, who is teamed with Val Sweeting of Alberta, couldn’t come away with a ...
Stopper on the go: Evan Fitzpatrick moved in QMJHL deal
Charlottetown Islanders photo/Daniel Theriault — Labrador City's Matthew Grouchy has been traded from the Charlottetown Islanders to the Quebec Remparts. The Acadie-Bathurst Titan are, in sports parlance, “going for ...
Steve Ramey Memorial Hockey Tournament going strong in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
The 13th Annual ‘Steve Ramey Memorial Hockey Tournament’ was held at the EJ Broomfield Arena in Happy Valley-Goose Bay over the weekend of December 8-10. A total of thirteen teams from Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Churchill Falls, Labrador ...
Brad Gushue rink's Olympic dreams dashed
Ottawa - Four years of planning and building for a week-long, tension-filled test of endurance that is the Canadian Olympic Trials evaporated in just under three hours on the pebbled ice of Canadian Tire Centre as Brad Gushue and his curling team ...
Gushue beats Koe yet again at Trials
Ottawa - Brad Gushue will do anything to keep his mind off curling during the days this week, even watching some admittedly lame “Hunting Nazi Treasure” show on TV. “And they never find the treasure,” he shrugs. ...
Brad Gushue punches ticket to semifinal at Olympic trials
OTTAWA - We don’t want to get too ahead of ourselves here, but the thoughts of it are too delicious not to contemplate. Tonight’s final round-robin game of the Roar of the Rings between Brad Gushue and Kevin Koe might well be a prelude ...
Robin Short: Not much roaring at Roar of the Rings
OTTAWA – As we near the playoffs at the Roar of the Rings, time to clear out the notebook, and chime in with a few thoughts that nobody asked for, but … Robin Short The other night, when Mike McEwen came up short on his draw to ...
Melville Mantas turn up the heat at Sink or Swim Invitational in Mount Pearl
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, NL – The Mantas travelled to Mount Pearl the weekend of Nov. 24-25 to compete in the biggest swim meet of the year – the Sink or Swim Invitational. Thirteen teams comprising of a total of 378 swimmers from across ...