They could have picked a better poster boy.
They could have picked a better poster boy.
A 30-year-old Happy Valley-Goose Bay man has been arrested and charged with arson in the May 1 fire on Montagnais Street that damaged the home of local carver and musician John Neville.
PARRSBORO, N.S. - A couple of years ago, Jodie Desmarais fostered three ponies that changed her life.
There are things to dislike about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s recent Atlantic tour.
FLORENCE, N.S. —Fire Chief Dave Julian has confirmed to the Cape Breton Post that the two men arrested and charged with arson in connection with 16 fires throughout the Florence and Bras’Dor communities in recent months are members of the Florence Volunteer Fire Department.
BRIDGETOWN - Hundreds of people packed Bridgetown's Jubilee Park Aug. 16 to catch a glimpse of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
It’s the “guy-next-door” charm of Justin Trudeau that seems to be most appealing to respondents in a recent online survey, conducted by TC Media.
CORNER BROOK, N.L - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau paid a visit to western Newfoundland on Monday morning with a stop in Corner Brook.
HOLYROOD, N.L. - Andrew and Daniel Bruce are used to supporting each other in just about everything in life, so it wasn’t difficult to do that as part of the male golf contingent for Western, which won the team gold medal Monday at the Newfoundland and Labrador Summer Games.
A fighter known as much for his vicious presence in the ring as for his gentle demeanor outside of it died Monday, according to a statement from Bellator MMA.
The Labrador City Tae Kwon Do club was well representing at the annual Newfoundland and Labrador Chong Lee Cup April 30.
A young woman from Labrador skated away with the gold in the World’s Finest Chocolate Atlantic Skating Championships. Taylor Keefe of Churchill Falls won the top honour in the women’s category at the annual event held in East Hants, N.S. in early April.
Many of us have been affected by Alzheimer's disease in this province. The Alzheimer Society asks you to join them and Walk for Alzheimer’s to support local services and research efforts. Walks are taking place in May throughout the province. Visit www.walkforalzheimers.ca to register for a walk near you or organize one in your community. The St. John’s walk will be held on May 15, at North Bank Lodge in Pippy Park. Walk for Alzheimer’s, Make Memories Matter.
Recyclables Help support the Grade 5, 6 and 8 students at le Centre educatif l’Envol by donating your recyclable goods to our name at the Green Depot. When you drop off your recyclable goods, let the staff known that you would like to donate to le Centre educatif l’Envol. All proceeds will help support the June 2016 class trip to Churchill Falls.
Canadian Blood Services hopes to gain new blood donors this year to meet the ongoing demand for blood transfusions.
Each year red signs stand on sidewalks and near shopping centers with a volunteer patiently waiting for the sound of loose change hitting the bottom of the bucket.
YARMOUTH, N.S. – The discovery of several dozen live lobsters in Swedish waters earlier this year is jeopardizing future imports to Europe from North America.
At Nalcor Energy, 96 per cent of top earners are men, a situation that vice-president Jim Keating calls “absolutely abysmal.”
The 2016 Federal Budget was released on March 23 and Happy Valley-Goose Bay Mayor Jamie Snook said there were a few items that caught council’s attention.
Environment Minister Perry Trimper has decided to take a bit more time before issuing a decision on the decommissioning and rehabilitation plan for the Wabush Mines property.
SHELBURNE, N.S. - It wasn’t my first ghost story. It probably won’t be my last. But it was the closest personal account I’ve heard of what could be a poltergeist.
TORONTO, ONT. – Maudie the movie will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival this September.
Nineteen years after the publication of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” in the United Kingdom, J.K. Rowling’s wizarding universe is conjuring up excitement once again with a new book, “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” in stores this weekend. Here are a few facts about the new work.
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL, N.S. - Turtles just love it. And so do geese. Whether you’re a photographer, a birdwatcher, or you just plain love nature, you’ll love the Annapolis Marsh too.
Timing in politics is everything. That axiom makes the pending opening on the Supreme Court of Canada an interesting and increasingly controversial one.
A pressing legal question has just been answered by a judge of the Supreme Court in Nova Scotia — well, not a pressing question, but at least one of whether common sense exists in the courts.
“Happiness is having a large, loving, caring, close-knit family in another city.” – George Burns
What comes in flavours like cotton candy, chocolate and grape, is wrapped in colourful casing and is growing in popularity amongst teenagers?