Ever increasing temperatures in Newfoundland are leading to mild winters and less opportunities to take part in the Canadian tradition of pond hockey.
Members of Newfoundland’s scientific community reflect on how their research has adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Before the pandemic, a small town on the Burin Peninsula decided to carry on the spirit of traditional community celebrations into a weekend festival unlike any other.
As the lockout at a local vehicle dealership reaches the two-month mark, a union representative says, “We’re not going anywhere.”
Community centres and charitable organizations grapple with food shortages as the province adjusts to life in lockdown once again.
Kraft Hockeyville 2020 champions look ahead to beginning arena upgrades and making preparations to host the NHL.
A veteran musician on the Burin Peninsula reflects on his life and career, and also how times have changed.
Local rink owners and hockey players credit the province’s population with curtailing the spread of COVID-19 and permitting some amount of normalcy.