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
Cape Breton Post
N.L. athletes inducted into Canadian Wheelchair Sports Association Hall of Fame
Grand Falls-Windsor athlete going to extremes
Melville Mantas turn up the heat at Sink or Swim Invitational in Mount Pearl
St. Barbe's Camille Lavallee wins silver at world karate tournament
Provincial team ready for a Challenge at Skate Canada event in Quebec
St. John's Edge bring excitement to opening weekend
Labrador Winter Games brings region together
“One thing I like to mention about the games is in many ways it’s almost like a come-home year,” Snook said. “It’s often referred to as the friendship games. There’s a lot of family connections between Goose Bay and the communities along the coast ...
Strong finishes for local cross-country skiers at Ontario Cup
Makaila Hudson and Marie Manstan were hoping to place for the World Juniors in Europe, but their qualifying race was cancelled due to weather. They pressed on and competed against top athletes for the Ontario Cup. Hudson took sixth place for junior ...
Kaetlyn Osmond off to good start
Kaetlyn OsmondThe Edmonton resident landed seven triple jumps for the first time in her career in the long program. ‘’I am ready for this season,’’ she told reporters. ‘’I had a great summer of training and to get the start I had here really ...
Placentia’s Pomeroy named to Canada’s world junior men's softball team
It adds to what has been a memorable softball season for the 17-year-old, who played for Newfoundland and Labrador at the 2017 Canada Games in Winnipeg and was also part of the Galway Hitmen, who finished second at the Canadian senior men’s ...
Newfoundland and Labrador wrestler shines like silver at the Canada Games
Newfoundland's Angel Hiltz-Morrell (left) and bronze-medallist Sydney Lewis (right) of Ontario join gold-medal winner Jessica Rabet on the Canada Games podium after medal presentations following the conclusion of the women's 84kg wrestling ...
Newfoundland and Labrador's soccer team plays for fifth on final full day of competition at the Canada Games
ySoccer Newfoundland and Labrador will play its final match today, taking on New Brunswick for fifth place in the men’s soccer competition at the Ralph Cantafio Complex. Jack Haywood made some key second-half saves to earn the shutout and ...
Deal’s all but done; pro hoops coming to St. John’s
The Telegram has learned St. John’s Sports and Entertainment has reached a tentative deal in principle with a group looking to bring a professional basketball franchise to St. John’s next season. The league is the National Basketball League of ...
St. John's teen one busy swimmer at Canada Games
Imagine Usain Bolt going into the Rio Olympics announcing he was adding the 5,000 metre race to his sprints. That’s the scope of events that Sullivan, a 14-year-old from St. John’s who swims with the Mount Pearl Marlins, is covering at the ...
Newfoundland and Labrador does what it had to do as Canada Games male soccer begins
Felly Elonda of St. John’s scored one of the goals and provided a beautiful set-up for another in a game NL dominated from start to finish. It might be understatement to say Newfoundland was on the attack 95 per cent of the time in the 80-minute game ...
No hiding from the fact: Murrin's a champion
Murrin won her first Tely 10 road race title Sunday, continuing a fine local road-racing season in which she has won every event she’s entered. The 36-year-old from St. John’s checked in with a time of 57:14, a healthy 2:29 ahead of her nearest ...