Garbage problem needs to be addressed in Labrador West
Labrador City woman going for international pageant title
NunatuKavut head Todd Russell says opening up law school seats for indigenous ...
THOM BARKER: Brother, can you spare a time (zone)?
Nunatsiavut migratory bird hunt good despite late spring
Gary Shaw: The spring bear hunt arrives in Labrador
Letter: Salmon counting fences not accurate in Labrador
Happy Valley-Goose Bay Girl Guides lend hand to women’s centre
Choices for Youth helping with food insecurity in N.L.
Port aux Basques swim team concludes another successful year
Corner Brook's Julie Walsh loves meeting new friends on the soccer pitch
Three players from Corner Brook minor baseball system earn spot on provincial 15U male team
Baker's dozen of NLers headed to Czech Republic for world ball hockey tourneys
When it comes to ball hockey, Newfoundlanders are proving to be world class
Steady Brook's Kelsey Hogan first woman to cross the finish line at Quebec ultramarathon
Kelsey Hogan won’t ever be accused of being too lazy to get out of her own way. The 23-year-old Steady Brook native, an ultramarathon runner who works as an engagement organizer with the Nature Trust of New Brunswick in Fredericton, finished ...
Corner Brook nordic skier Hugh Warkentin taking his game to Kelowna
Hugh Warkentin is going back to train on familiar terrain in his quest to be among the elite nordic skiers in Canada. Warkentin, a member of the Newfoundland and Labrador nordic ski team, is moving west in July to begin training with the Telemark ...
Fortune Special Olympian Tony Moores heading to national summer games
FORTUNE, N.L.— Tony Moores of Fortune is busy preparing himself for the Special Olympics ...
Herder celebration time for Caribou hockey fans and players
CLARENVILLE, N.L. — The 2018 Herder-winning Clarenville Ford Caribous held a celebration event this past Saturday, June 16, to recognize the team’s championship win earlier this year. Players were on hand to meet fans, sign autographs ...
Debbie Bouzane of Gander awarded Hockey NL President’s Award
GANDER, N.L. — From an early age Debbie Bouzane has shown dedication on the ice as a hockey player. Now she’s been recognized for her efforts to encourage more girls to take to the ice. Bouzane, chair of the Female Council for Hockey ...
Team NL’s mission staff announced for 2019 Canada Winter Games
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – Children, Seniors and Social Development Minister Lisa Dempster has announced Team Newfoundland and Labrador’s mission staff for the 2019 Canada Winter Games. Chef de mission Karen Sheffiffs of St. John’s ...
Hiring Ryane Clowe as coach a benchmark move for Newfoundland Growlers
Ryane Clowe was not supposed to be a National Hockey League player. There were some serious doubts he’d even play junior in the Quebec league. By now, of course, his story is well known. Clowe played 10 years in the NHL, made 561 regular ...
Colin Greening back in Toronto fold, agrees to new contract with Marlies
As one Newfoundlander prepares to join the Toronto Maple Leafs’ organization, another is extending his stay in the Maple Leafs system. On Saturday, the same day The Telegram reported the Leafs would be hiring Fermeuse native Ryane Clowe as ...
Happy Valley-Goose Bay soccer festival coming up at MMC Sportsplex
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L. — The Happy Valley-Goose Bay Minor Soccer Associations’ Shriners Indoor Program is almost wrapped up for the year with only a few weeks left to go. To celebrate the involvement of over 600 children who have ...
Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador forms its first female hockey council
Formation of the first-ever female hockey council under the umbrella of Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador (HNL) is being viewed as a big victory for people immersed in trying to develop programs for young girls interested in playing the ...