What should Atlantic Canada's sports leagues do about legal marijuana?
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Cannabis rules: what to expect in New Brunswick
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Labrador woman filling in the gaps on Lydia Campbell’s family tree
Two Labrador women appointed to provincial advisory council
Pair arrested for robbery at business in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
Fundraiser on Oct. 12 for Crann family in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
Blood donation: ‘It’s life’ — Parents of N.L. toddler with leukemia thank blood donors
Corner Brook woman pens chapter of book which addresses the future of the homeless shelter in Canada
Premier Dwight Ball guest of honour at Queen Esthers' Generation Canada First Anniversary Dinner
Islaview Studios in Deer Lake hold Sock It For Sick Kids celebrations
Stephenville Lions host monthly 'Community Cafe'
90-year-old hunter gets his 34th moose near Codroy Pond
PORT AUX BASQUES, N.L. Like many outdoorsmen, Lloyd Bogle travels to Newfoundland each year to hunt moose, and has always enjoyed a successful hunting trip. The 90-year-old has bagged a moose each year for the past 34 years. Speaking from ...
Stephenville's Chantal Drake impressed with training at inclusive conference
Chantal Drake is known for her involvement with Pride, but she was among many front line workers trying to learn more about working with people on Wednesday. She was one of about 60 people who turned out for an Inclusive Communities Regional ...
Vikram Vij prepares Indian Masala during noon cooking expedition at Colemans, speaks to guests at Merchant Tavern Wednesday night
Celebrity chef, cookbook author and television personality Vikram Vij knows how to entertain a crowd. He whipped up a frenzy on Wednesday as shoppers and a large contingent of ex-pat people from India dropped by Colemans on Newfoundland Drive to ...
Timeless terracotta trending once again
Want to plant the idea that your home is warm and inviting? ...
Joshua Jamieson’s ‘Waiting Outside…’ gains international attention, will screen in Scotland Oct. 26
Life is never simple. Any one of us is faced with a host of taxing events of some sort in our daily lives. Dealing with illness, death, poverty, relationship issues, sexuality and the impact each of these and a host of others have on all of us is ...
Q&A with St. John’s producer/director/writer Joshua Jamieson
The creative process takes many forms. How one arrives at that process varies uniquely as does the person creating the work or the subject of that work. Joshua Jamieson, a St. John’s based writer/director/producer has made several short films ...
Stephenville woman Quinn Jesso empowered by her transition
The decision to transition (from male to female) wasn’t one taken lightly by Quinn Jesso, but one she has come to terms with and is happy for doing. The 37-year-old Stephenville resident, who officially came into 2018 as a female, said it ...
Excitement growing as Twillingate approaches ‘pivotal moment’ with MusicNL Week
MusicNL Week is expected to bring an array of provincial talent, international industry professionals and music connoisseurs to Twillingate. With a variety of showcases, conferences and a highly-anticipated awards show, the five-day event will be ...
Corner Brook's Mark Hoyles taking his tunes to Live at Heart NL global festival on Burin Peninsula
When they get their first guitar, most teenagers want to just learn the songs of their favorite artists. That was not quite the case with Corner Brook’s Mark Hoyles when he got his guitar more than two decades ago. After a couple of years ...
Young children get chance to read to attentive audience at Tail Waggin' Tutors event
Sophia Wang sat on the floor reading a book. She had a smile on her face. She looked content. It may have had something to do with her audience as she flipped through the pages, unveiling the story from a book she had chosen from the wide ...