Labrador West families giving back to Ronald McDonald House
New support group in Labrador West for women dealing with cancer
Devastation, distinction: Battle of Beaumont-Hamel is etched in ...
ON THE 11th HOUR: when the war went quiet
Nunatsiavut pulls out of Nutrition North Indigenous Working Group
Black Tickle fuel situation being addressed
Labrador City Canadian Tire donates $20K for indoor playground
Gary Shaw: Trapping season is upon us
Labrador West Pioneer: Fay Abercrombie
Philomena Abbass remembered
New recording by Lawn’s Tarrant Family to benefit causes close to their eyes
Well-known musicians join community cast in 'Rent'
Sculpture of First World War soldier Pte. Hugh McWhirter still being planned for Danger Tree site at Grenfell Campus in Corner Brook
Trail pass sales high on priority list for provincial snowmobiling group
Clarenville comic collector reflects on Stan Lee’s legacy
Mooring Cove artist Bridie Jenkinson writes children’s book
MOORING COVE, N.L. A small white house sits nestled away under a hill just off the road in the community of Mooring Cove. Inside, knickknacks and paintings of all shapes, sizes and colours line the walls. The home belongs to local artist Bridie ...
SLIDESHOW: Remembrance Day ceremonies in Corner Brook/Deer Lake/Stephenville
Remembrance Day ceremonies were held in Corner Brook, Deer Lake, and Stephenville on Sunday. ...
Stephenville soldier did his job while on Croatia tour
“Daddy, you’ve done a lot!” That was an observation by eight-year-old Jaime French, daughter of modern day war veteran Jamey French, as he was being interviewed following Remembrance Day ceremonies in Stephenville on ...
Retired colonel Clyde Russell credits troops for his commendations
Retired colonel Clyde Russell, a highly decorated infantry and special operations officer during his whole career with the Canadian military, was impressed with Remembrance Day ceremonies in Stephenville on Sunday. “The ceremony was very ...
Remembering the 'true heroes' is what Remembrance Day is about for Corner Brook man
As sergeant-at-arms for Branch 13 of the Royal Canadian Legion in Corner Brook, Paul White has called to order a few Remembrance Day parades. As he walked along East Valley Road on Sunday, he made sure everyone was in place before starting the ...
Southwest Arm man’s first-hand account of war published in book
HODGE’S COVE, N.L. It is truly a rare artifact to have a Newfoundland veteran’s first-hand account of the First World War captured on the page. For Jim Peddle, son of seaman Hodge’s Cove’s Archer Peddle who served in ...
Atlantic Boychoir’s ‘Christmas Truce’ concert to bring message of peace
A concert coming up on Nov. 17 will take the audience back to Christmas 1914 in the trenches, and what was a rare moment of peace amidst the carnage. “Christmas Truce” will tell the story of the unofficial ceasefires along the Western ...
REAL ADVICE: Tips to make downsizing transition go smoothly
Whether you are an empty nester selling the family home to purchase a smaller more manageable condo, trading suburban life for the city, or just adopting a more minimalist lifestyle, reducing your possessions to fit a smaller space is an obvious ...
5 things to consider before expanding your home
Homeowners who feel their homes are a little confined may be interested in expanding their homes to make them more comfortable and serviceable. Several questions may come to mind when homeowners are considering adding on to an existing ...
CARSON ARTHUR: Mass plantings can still have appeal at rental properties
As part of my year-end wrap for my radio program, I literally gave myself away as the grand prize. The winner got a garden consult with me in their space. This thankfully worked out in my favour as a I got to tour the cottage garden of a lovely ...