Industry interest in Labrador gold deposits growing
Thom Barker: A Muslim ban by any other name
In tune with nature
Over $3 million for wastewater project in Labrador City
Labrador West pioneers Claude and Lena Johnson
RNC in Labrador West present service awards
Russell Wangersky: Consider the messenger as well as the message
Labrador West teacher leaves a lasting impact
Filipino community a welcome addition to Labrador West
Expedia.ca ranks Twillingate among Canada’s best lakefront and coastal towns
Deer Lake Strawberry Festival brings people together: organizer
CINDY DAY: If it doesn’t rain, we don’t eat
Bay St. George Powwow provides alcohol-free fun for thousands: Elder Calvin White
Smelting iron at L’Anse aux Meadows
L’ANSE AUX MEADOWS, N.L. – Visitors at L’Anse aux Meadows got to witness firsthand the long and arduous process of how the Vikings smelted iron 1,000 years ago. On July 7, as part of Canada Historic Places Day and to mark the ...
Harbour Mille teen shaving head in grandpa’s memory and to raise cancer awareness
HARBOUR MILLE, N.L.— Zoe Baker is marking July 24, the birthday of her late grandfather Leslie Baker, in an interesting fashion. The 13-year-old from Harbour Mille has decide to shave her head in his memory. Leslie Baker passed away on Sept. ...
In tune with nature
By Floyd Spracklin Special to The Labradorian LABRADOR — We know that between 1100 and 1400 AD the Thule, ancestors of the present-day Labrador Inuit, began arriving in Labrador where they still ply their traditional ways of subsistence ...
Book Remarks — Best Kind
A spell ago I chatted with an acquaintance. He told me he’d approached a grocery store and asked for a donation to offset the cost of taking his school softball team to a tournament. “We surely will,” said the store ...
The Food Dude — Bannock panic
My first experience with bannock was at a kind of summer festival in southern Alberta when I was 10 years old. To this day, I’m not sure what the festival was called or what the people were even celebrating but it was held on an open prairie ...
Caleb Pinsent has convenient summer job with Stephenville Theatre Festival
Living with his parents just a five-minute walk from his job at the Stephenville Arts and Culture Centre is considered a real convenience by Caleb Pinsent. A student at Grenfell Campus in Corner Brook, where he is studying French, this is ...
Stephenville woman honoured to be head female dancer at Bay St. George Powwow
For Sabrina Muise of Stephenville, being selected head female dancer at this year’s Bay St. George Powwow in Flat Bay this coming weekend is something she takes very seriously. “It’s a privilege, an honour and a responsibility to ...
Burin Peninsula Folk Festival celebrating milestone
BURIN, N.L.— It was a musical weekend in Burin as entertainers from the Burin Peninsula ...
Seniors in Profile: Dedicated Flower’s Cove volunteer helps church, family and community groups
FLOWER’S COVE, NL — Rosie Lawless has lived in Flower's Cove for over 50 years and in that time has spent a lot of her time taking care of people. Whether it is making dinner or knitting socks for her family, cleaning the church, ...
A trip to remember: Charlottetown student reflects on travels in Europe
CHARLOTTETOWN, N.L./FRANCE – For Chloe Campbell of Charlottetown a recent pilgrimage to Beaumont-Hamel, France is a trip the 14-year-old won’t soon forget. Chloe, among a group of students, Royal Canadian Legion members, veterans and ...