Gambo Relay for Life raises $16,000
Continuing success for Gander-born hockey player
Preparing for the big games: Gander athletes looking forward to upcoming Special ...
Gambo's Smallwood Academy continues annual Shave for the Brave fundraiser
Food Dude — Dr. Frank's Gastrotorium
Newfoundland Power applies for rate increase
Building the faith: Gander Evangel Pentecostal invests in new church
Newfoundland and Labrador doctors say family medicine needs reboot
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Princeton man thanks family, friends and community for support after heart transplant
French Shore Academy student to attend Queens University in September
CINDY DAY: Sun, fire and the morning dew - happy summer!
Corner Brook area mountain bikers getting together to clean up Enchanted Forest Trail near Massey Drive
Corner Brook artists awarded ArtsNL grants
New documentary 'The Country' gives voice to Newfoundland Mi'kmaq
On June 24, at 10:30 p.m., the documentary channel (CBC) is premiering the feature documentary film “The Country” as part of its programming celebrating National Indigenous History Month. Filmed entirely in Western Newfoundland between ...
Gerald Allen, 82, proud to have his works in Corner Brook long-term care art exhibit
Not many artists can boast that the work created the first time they picked up a paintbrush was exhibited in a show. Gerald Allen can. The 82-year-old Corner Brook man is one of the city’s 25 long-term care residents whose artwork is now ...
Some photos from the first ever powwow held at Our Lady of the Cape School
Some photos from the first ever powwow held at Our Lady of the Cape School on Tuesday, June 19. ...
CINDY DAY: Spectrum of sunset colours
Red sky at night is quite a delight, but what if it’s yellow or pink? We are spoiled with some spectacular sunsets across Atlantic Canada. They can be as changeable as the weather, but can they be forecast? They can if you think about what ...
Corner Brook sisters only too glad to openly celebrate the Mi'kmaq culture they had to hide as kids
It’s a story that many older people of Mi’kmaq descent know all too well. When they were children, the truth of their bloodline was not something to openly celebrate, lest they run the risk of being ridiculed or ostracized just for ...
Amos Semigak — traditional Inuit carver
By Floyd Spracklin HOPEDALE, NL — He’s run out of his carving material, the precious serpentine stones, so what will he do now? No local store can provide him with his raw product. At 30 below, he knows he must make the three ...
Music, magic and movies in Newfoundland and Labrador and the East Coast
When more than 400 people piled into his backyard for a Hawaiian party in the early 1980s, David Carver discovered he had a knack for packing a place for social gatherings. “I was promoting the party while at (Memorial) University, but I ...
Group from Laurentian University wowed by Long Range Mountain hiking experience in western Newfoundland
Leanne Sweeney could hardly contain her excitement as she set out on a two-week adventure through western Newfoundland recently. Sweeney was among 21 students and two professors from Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ont. who just spent 14 days ...
New play by Jeff Pitcher tells the stories of 17 Northern Peninsula men who served in the First World War
Luke Payne knows that his grandfather James Payne served in the First World War, but he doesn’t know a lot about what he experienced. “He never spoke much about it,” said the 78-year-old Cow Head man on Saturday. Payne also ...
Frank Russell proud Mi'kmaq flag raising going to take place after two decades of lobbying
Frank Russell will be taking great pride as he participates in the raising of the Mi’kmaq flag in Stephenville on Canada’s National Aboriginal Day. He said for more than two decades he’s been trying to get recognition for ...