Gary Shaw: Bill C-71 needs to be examined
Thom Barker: The question is not whether to discuss politics, but how
Quebec Indigenous groups opposed to partnership between Quebec and NL
Spring cabin time in Lab West
President of Labrador West Minor Hockey Association shares his thoughts on Humboldt ...
N.L., Quebec to work together on mining, transportation
IN-DEPTH: Fixed link between Labrador and Newfoundland one step closer
Another great Labrador Loppet
Peter Blackmore: A Labrador fly tying and fly-fishing master
Province's best for 2017 announced; Hall of Fame receives four new members
Osmond's gold medal drawing attention from sponsors
Hall calls for seven: Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador adding seven to HOF
Marystown council announces intentions to build new arena
Valmont Academy girls Facetime with Hayley Wickenheiser
Caribous win Herder championship in sweep over Caps
TORBAY, N.L. — The Clarenville Ford Caribous senior hockey team gained redemption tonight, and made hockey history at the same time. With a 6-1 victory over the St. John’s Green Sleeves Senior Caps, the Caribous claimed this ...
Caribous one win away from Herder title after game three victory
TORBAY, N.L. — The Clarenville Ford Caribous are only one win away from Herder redemption after winning game three on the road against the St. John’s Greensleeves Caps. In their first road game of the Herder Memorial Championships, the ...
Stanley Campbell Sr. Memorial Dog Race held in Pinsent’s Arm
PINSENT’S ARM, NL. – Dog sled mushers raced on a stormy March day as the annual Stanley Campbell Sr. Memorial Dog Race was held in Pinsent’s Arm. The race was hosted on March 24 and featured six sledders, including rookie ...
Olympian and Paralympian recognized for athletic achievements
The provincial government is acting to honour two of Newfoundland and Labrador’s finest athletes by renaming major roadways after them. Olympic gold and bronze medalist Kaetlyn Osmond, a native of Marystown, and Paralympic silver medalist ...
Kaetlyn Osmond fans welcome her home to Newfoundland
St. John’s International Airport is certainly not known for being the busiest airport in the world, but anyone arriving Thursday evening may have thought otherwise — the centre of the airport was packed with fans waiting for Kaetlyn ...
Another great Labrador Loppet
2018 was another great year for the Labrador Loppet as this year marked the 43rd running of the event. Even though the weather turned slightly colder than any other day that week participants enjoyed the fresh air and exercise. “We had ...
Maddie Ollerhead inducted into St. Anthony Recreational Department Hall of Fame
ST. ANTHONY, NL. – Madeline “Maddie” Ollerhead is the St. Anthony Recreational Department Hall of Fame’s newest inductee. Ollerhead was announced as the 2018 inductee during the opening ceremony of the Provincial Bantam ...
St. Anthony unveils new Hall of Fame plaques
ST. ANTHONY, NL. – The St. Anthony Recreation Department has unveiled its new Hall of Fame plaques. The ceremony was held at the Polar Centre on April 5, with a number of Hall of Fame members in attendance. The St. Anthony Recreation Hall ...
N.L. rinks to ‘glow for the Broncos’ on Thursday
Hockey NL want to see arenas in the province ‘glow for the Broncos’ on Thursday, April 12. The organization is asking hockey players at all levels – minor, female, AAA, high school, officials, junior and senior – to show ...
President of Labrador West Minor Hockey Association shares his thoughts on Humboldt Broncos tragedy
For Junior Humphries, president of the Labrador West minor hockey association, the news of the tragic accident involving the hickey team in Humboldt Saskatchewan, was like a punch that came out of nowhere. Fifteen people died and 14 were injured when ...