Thom Barker: Scheer’s fireside message… well, that was painful
Nain hockey teams need a helping hand
Provinces Minor Hockey Week kicked off in Wabush Jan. 12
Seeking input about accessibility throughout N.L.
Labrador Land Protectors show solidarity with Wet’suwet’en
Bent steel and broken lives: why do we drive too fast?
Remembering former Nunatsiavut Government representative Trudy ...
ASK THE PEOPLE: Why are people leaving their pets outside in the cold?
Liberals move to earlier water and wastewater tendering
Nain hockey teams need a helping hand
New Year’s baby at the Labrador West Health Centre
Countrywide support for Port aux Basques man battling cancer
Volleyball players in Lewisporte honour one of their own
Best of the West: Rahel Porter
Remembering former Nunatsiavut Government representative Trudy Mesher-Barkman
Stocking stuffer lotto win means no more trips west for Lewisporte construction worker
LEWISPORTE, N.L. The Scratch’N Win tickets tucked into Ronda Boyde and Lorne Deering’s holiday stockings turned out to be a bigger gift than they could have ever imagined. The winnings from those tickets eventually led to the ...
Nearly $39,000 raised to buy wheelchair accessible van for Great Northern Peninsula boy
SANDY COVE, N.L. Generous people from across the Great Northern Peninsula and beyond have helped the family of James Manuel purchase a much-needed wheelchair accessible van. James Manuel, 10, of Sandy Cove, was diagnosed with Coffin-Lowry ...
RCMP spread Christmas cheer in northern Labrador
NATUASHISH, N.L. People were likely surprised to see RCMP officers knocking on their doors Dec. 23. The police were distributing Christmas hampers to families in Natuashish, Makkovik, Hopedale and Nain as part of an annual Christmas cheer ...
Twillingate librarian retires after nearly four decades on the job
TWILLINGATE, N.L - After 36 years of service, Barb Hamlyn is leaving behind her role as Twillingate’s librarian. Hamlyn, now 65, was the familiar face to four generations who walked through the Twillingate Public Library — the halls of ...
Night of the Nalujuks in Hopedale
BY FLOYD SPRACKLIN SPECIAL TO THE LABRADORIAN HOPEDALE, N.L. Early in the evening of Jan. 5, Inuit children in Hopedale reposition their Christmas stockings long since void of their Christmas morning treats. All is ready in anticipation that ...
Lewisporte's Citadel House raises $1,600 for the Janeway through sixth annual event in memory of Gideon Stairs
LEWISPORTE, N.L. It’s been 10 years since Gideon Stairs passed away after a battle with cancer at age four. His memory is something the family treasures and honour through a special event. The Stairs family, through Citadel House, ...
Outpouring of supports changes lives of two lonely Cape Breton seniors
SYDNEY, N.S. — Two lonely Cape Breton seniors aren’t feeling not quite so alone anymore. Following a recent story in the Cape Breton Post where both Clyde Harvey of North Sydney and Judy James of Sydney described how they spend ...
Happy Valley-Goose Bay filmmaker receives funding from ArtsNL
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L. ArtsNL awarded grant funds earlier in December to 41 projects throughout Newfoundland and Labrador. One of the projects funded by the organizations Professional Project Grants Program is a short film by Percy ...
Labrador West Pioneer: Ken Pafford
Ken Pafford is yet another great example of a true Labrador West Pioneer. Fate and circumstances saw Ken’s arrival in Labrador West in 1967. He was 16 years old and came to Labrador West from Corner Brook to visit his brother who was already ...
ASK THE PEOPLE: What are your 2019 resolutions?
Another year is upon us with many people ringing in 2019 earlier this week. QUESTION: Have you made a New Year’s resolution this year? If you did, what is it and if you didn’t, what’s the reason for not making ...