N.L. expanding employment planning services to CNA campuses
CRA survey finds nearly a quarter of N.L. residents are planning to ...
Application deadline for mental health and addictions grant program approaching
Fisherman says more oversight needed on Labrador shrimp allocation committee
Time to change equalization formula, say Newfoundland and Labrador politicians
Newfoundland and Labrador municipalities preparing request on cannabis
Journalist Justin Brake’s case heard in Court of Appeal
Labrador City passes budget
Province spends $2.2M to remove brush from N.L. roads
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MADD Launches Red Ribbon campaign in Labrador West
20 years later, Gaulton family no closer to finding brother
Roland Shears Memorial Christmas Hamper fundraiser now in fifth year
Lab West barber loves giving back
Syrian refugee family settling into Clarenville
Program recognizing N.L.’s heritage supporters seeking nominations
Travelling cancer patients invited to stay at Red Bay home
A generous Red Bay couple is offering up their guest bedroom to patients travelling for cancer treatments. ...
Labrador City man travels to Liberia to be official observer of national election
It’s the second trip to Liberia for Adam Nichols of Labrador City. When the Liberian Labour council asked for international partners as observers for the national election, the Steelworkers in Canada stepped up to the plate. Nichols, who ...
Special Olympics group thriving in Labrador West
It was a night full of fun, frights and food, as the Special Olympics group in Labrador West got together for a Halloween party. The group was formed last January and has seen a steady increase in the number of participants. “We now have ...
Reasons to remember: Rick Hillier emphasizes importance of Nov. 11
Growing up in Campbellton, General (Retired) Rick Hillier was surrounded by people who served in the First World War and Second World War. ...
Six-year-old Wabush boy comes up with an ingenious Halloween plan that will mean toys for needy children
He may only be six, but Jack Rumbolt can probably tell you more about Halloween, animatronics and how to scare people than any adult. Jacks father Nick told the Aurora, “Jack has been collecting animatronics and figures for about three years ...
Maple Leaf watch sales to support Wounded Warriors Canada
Robin Devine is selling a watch commemorating Canada’s 150th anniversary as part of her continuing effort to support veterans. ...
Happy Valley-Goose Bay community freezer renamed as tribute to founder
The NunaKatiget Inuit Community Corporation has renamed its community freezer to honour the program’s founder and long-time community leader Max Winters. The corporation held a ceremony during its annual general meeting earlier this month ...
Lab West Hard of Hearing Association providing variety of services
For Darryl Brenton of Labrador City being hard of hearing isn't as difficult as it was years ago. Recently he was set up at the local mall to let people know of the vast improvements technology has made for people. Brenton is an active member of ...
Joe Goudie tells tales of Labrador
About 100 people packed into a room at the Rooms in St. John’s on October 12 to hear stories of Labrador. The storyteller was Joe Goudie, former MHA, radio personality, canoe builder, guide and former president of the now defunct Labrador Metis ...
North West River reality show premiering October 23
NORTH WEST RIVER, NL – Many in the central Labrador area know CRB Automotive in North West River, but soon the rest of the country will too. The family-owned auto shop is the subject of “Last Stop Garage,” a new Discovery ...