Liberals win Bonavista-Burin-Trinity
ARNNL’s Education and Research Trust awards scholarships and bursaries
Russell Wangersky: Online activism isn’t all about the reach
Stan's Stance: Man, I wish I had a Column
Pack the Back growing every year in Labrador
Vigil being held for Happy Valley-Goose Bay Mayor
Editorial: Planting the seed of opportunism
N.L. justice minister attending Conference of Ministers Responsible for Human Rights
Energy successfully exchanged between N.L. and N.S. across Emera’s Maritime Link
Cape Breton Post
Brad Gushue punches ticket to semifinal at Olympic trials
Robin Short: Not much roaring at Roar of the Rings
Gushue moves into second-place tie at Olympic Trials
St. Barbe's Camille Lavallee wins silver at world karate tournament
Gushue, Nichols all for the move to ban Russia from Olympics
Team Gushue lead Geoff Walker once had different dreams on ice
Ottawa — Geoff Walker, the lead on Brad Gushue’s reigning Tim Hortons Brier and world championship curling team, wasn’t always about rocks and rings. Unlike Gushue, Mark Nichols and Brett Gallant, all of whom never really took to ...
Gushue gets into win column at Olympic Curling Trials
Ottawa — It wasn’t their best performance in an otherwise brilliant season to date, but Brad Gushue and the curlers from St. John’s played well enough Sunday evening to secure a 6-5, extra end win over Brendan Bottcher of Alberta at ...
Gushue drops Olympic Trials opener to Epping
OTTAWA - If you subscribe to the theory that the glass is half empty, consider this: Brad Gushue, who carried a 32-5 record into these Roar of the Rings, the Canadian Olympic Curling Trials, has now dropped three games in a row. Gushue and Co. ...
Former 'stress bag' Brad Gushue is putting things in perspective
Brad Gushue admits he was a “stress bag” back in the day, an intense and somewhat temperamental young buck who had curling ranked up there with breathing on his list of priorities. Today, Gushue, sitting barefoot in the sand and drink ...
Teddy Purcell will play for Canada again
Teddy Purcell of St. John’s is another step closer to playing for Canada at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Purcell was named to the Canadian team’s roster for The Channel Cup, a three-game tournament in Moscow scheduled for Dec. ...
Team Gushue, reigning Brier and world champs, enter Olympic Trials as team to beat
OTTAWA - He skips the best curling team in the world right now, the reigning Brier and world champs and the top rink on the World Curling Tour so far this season. On Saturday, when nine teams hit the ice at Ottawa’s Canadian Tire Centre ...
Newfoundland and Labrador Soccer Association’s annual award winners announced
ST. JOHN'S, NL - The Newfoundland and Labrador Soccer Association (NLSA) has announced the winners of the organization’s annual awards, which recognize outstanding players, coaches, teams and volunteers. The awards will be formally ...
Provincial team ready for a Challenge at Skate Canada event in Quebec
Newfoundland and Labrador will be represented by a six-member team at the 2018 Skate Canada Challenge beginning next week in Perrefonds, Que. The athletes earned their berths as a result of their performances at the recent Skate Canada ...
St. John's Edge bring excitement to opening weekend
Lots can happen in the six months between now and April, but if the first couple of games in the inaugural season for the St. John’s Edge are any indication, buckle up because the city’s new pro basketball team doesn’t figure to be ...
Bruce Keating excited about exposure Corner Brook will receive from hosting Hockey Day in Canada
Money can’t buy the exposure the city of Corner Brook will receive from playing host to Hockey Day in Canada in 2018. That’s the message Bruce Keating, chairperson of the host Hockey Day in Canada Committee, delivered as guest speaker ...