Cannabis rules: what to expect in Newfoundland and Labrador
Tragically Hip tribute on the road in Labrador
Former Wabush man pens first book
The artwork of Marty Byrne
Labrador activist repeats concerns at Muskrat Fall Inquiry
Book Remarks — Bay of Hope
VIBERT: Halifax now a world-class nanny state
After ‘hell,’ Witless Bay family thankful for blood donors
St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival begins today
Port aux Basques man gets intermittent sentence for sexual assault of minor
Supreme Court Justice Vikas Khaladkar asks for help to determine how to proceed with Colin Wheeler case
Newfoundland and Labrador residents don’t expect big change
Man who spends summers in Bonne Bay fined for holding a resident big game licence
Newfoundland and Labrador should embrace its growing immigrant population, urges Diversity Summit 2018 speaker
UPDATE: Customers in Newfoundland and Labrador brave cold, wet, windy night to be the first to buy legal cannabis in Canada
Grand Bank native hopes to make most of new chance at drug-free life
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. After spending the night sleeping on his parents’ graves in a Grand Bank cemetery, Don Keeping made up his mind. It was March 13, 2018, and Keeping was tired of the endless cycle of drug abuse his existence had ...
Marystown resident remains dogged in quest for mental health and addictions facility for region
MARYSTOWN, N.L. Ruby Hoskins has been tirelessly advocating for a mental health and addictions treatment facility for the Burin Peninsula for the last 11 years. The need for a dedicated facility in the region has only continued to grow in that ...
MUN, CNA clarify pot policy
The province’s two public post-secondary institutions clarified their pot policies Tuesday, ahead of legalization of the product today. The recreational use of cannabis will not be permitted on Memorial campuses, the university clarified ...
Contract awarded to tear down old South Coast Auto building in Grand Bank
The Town of Grand Bank has awarded a contract for the demolition of the former South Coast Auto building. Bennett’s Construction submitted the lowest of three bids at $5,050, plus HST, for the tender. Brenton’s Industrial put in a ...
Ennis Sisters, CMHA-NL team up to produce video, commemorate 100th anniversary of mental health association in this province
It is all about cousin Steve or a friend who passed away from suicide a few weeks back. Or it could be about that person you have no idea is suffering mental anguish and has no idea how to combat it. The Canadian Mental Health Association, NL ...
Hockey player with roots in the Burin Peninsula playing with Humboldt Broncos
Michael Clarke, a hockey player in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League with ties to the Burin Peninsula ...
Poll: Hey Newfoundlanders and Labradorians, will you buy recreational pot?
As of 12:01 a.m. Wednesday, recreational cannabis will become legal across Canada. Newfoundland and Labrador will be the first province where cannabis will be sold once the clocks strike midnight and several licensed retailers are putting off ...
Small business week celebrated in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
This week is BDC Small Business Week and to celebrate it there are a few events planned around town. Julianne Griffin, director of economic development with the Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay, said each year stakeholder meet and brainstorm on how to ...
Women facing charges for mishandling money fundraised for child: Bay Roberts RCMP
BAY ROBERTS, N.L. Charges are forthcoming against two woman who allegedly mishandled money collected as part of fundraising initiatives in support of a local child, according to the Bay Roberts RCMP. In a release, the RCMP indicated a ...
Victoria park vandalized with vulgar imagery
VICTORIA, N.L. In an area of Victoria where people come to enjoy nature and the scenery, vandals have tried to take that away. The Beaver Pond Lookout is a park in Victoria that sees significant traffic from residents. Over the weekend of ...