Former Nalcor board members say at Muskrat Falls Inquiry that they ...
Two more people added at Muskrat Falls Inquiry
Questions get personal at Muskrat Falls Inquiry
From Labrador City to Carnegie Hall
Motorists facing impaired driving charges in Labrador
CLEARING THE AIR: Taking Atlantic Canada's pot pulse
Cannabis rules: what to expect in Newfoundland and Labrador
Labrador woman filling in the gaps on Lydia Campbell’s family tree
Two Labrador women appointed to provincial advisory council
McAuley Bellows of the Bay of Islands among four 4H national scholarship recipients
Inuit lifestyle film picked up by National Geographic
Making a modern fall wreath
From Labrador City to Carnegie Hall
Back Harbour artist hopes to raise climate change awareness with latest piece
Writer chooses autism-friendly Port aux Basques to launch book
Corner Brook woman pens chapter of book which addresses the future of the homeless shelter in Canada
It has been said that the strongest writing comes from people who write about what they know. A recently released book, with essays written by experienced shelter managers from across the country, addresses the future of the homeless shelter in ...
Premier Dwight Ball guest of honour at Queen Esthers' Generation Canada First Anniversary Dinner
Premier Dwight Ball was the guest of honour at the Queen Esthers' Generation Canada First Anniversary Dinner held at the Corner Brook Civic Centre on Saturday. This is a movement with its headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya. The Founder and ...
Islaview Studios in Deer Lake hold Sock It For Sick Kids celebrations
On Friday, Islaview Studios in Deer Lake held Sock It For Sick Kids celebrations, with most participants wearing red and white striped socks, all day at many businesses and schools. All over town people could be seen wearing Sock It For Sick Kids ...
St. John’s seamstress’s dying wish spurs program to help new Canadians
Naomi Niyukuli spent 12 years in a refugee camp in Tanzania when her family fled Burundi. She was desperate for something to occupy her mind while she languished at the camp. “But I didn’t find anything,” she said quietly, her ...
Stephenville Lions host monthly 'Community Cafe'
The most recent Stephenville Lions Community Cafe this past Thursday was special as the ingredients in the soup had vegetables grown in the Community Garden just outside the Lions Club. Each month, on the second Thursday, the Lions, in ...
CINDY DAY: The magic of the Milky Way
We’ve had quite a few overcast nights this week, so I can’t say that I’ve seen the stars in a few days. But the last time I did, they were unspeakably brilliant. A week ago yesterday I drove to Cape Breton to take ...
The Food Dude — Pulverizing the puff pastry pet peeve
If there was ever a time as a chef when I was close to a full-on mind and spirit meltdown, it was because of puff pastry. Other yeast-free baking practices are a spot-on delight for me (aside from pie, of course) but whether it was finding that ...
CB Petite Nuit starts Friday in Corner Brook
West Street in Corner Brook will see plenty of action this weekend. That is because CB Petite Nuit is scheduled to get underway Saturday at 5 p.m. and will run until 1 a.m. Sunday. A number of artists‘ performances and displays will take ...
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 ...