Glenn Stanford has played a vital role with every pro hockey team Newfoundland has ever had. The Newfoundland Growlers’ president was recently honoured for his contribution.
This past weekend, residents on the Burin Peninsula gathered to protest recommended cuts to health care in the region. Municipal leaders speak on the event and what comes next.
Muncipal governments in the metro area have planned lots of fun winter activities for residents, but unusually warm temperatures have put a wrench in some of those plans.
After a hot start to their season, the Newfoundland Growlers have been struggling lately with a variety of issues. They look to put those issues behind them after a strong performance to begin the second […]
Oceanic Releaf a big hit across the province.
Hurricane was nearly two months ago, but rebuilding efforts are still ongoing.
Horror film festival premieres on the scariest day of the year.
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.