On Oct. 17, St. John’s homeless encampment across from Confederation building saw a heavy police presence which sparked confusion among the public.
The Newfoundland and Labrador Youth Parliament is hosting a municipal debate simulation at the St. John’s city council chambers on Oct. 26.
Megan Webb says she experienced paranormal activity while working in the Memorial University folklore and language archive.
Whether it’s a fake advertisement for a dog or a call for fundraising, pet-related scams are on the rise.
Jiggs’ dinner is a family favourite during the holidays, and this year, an international student from Colombia got her first taste of the traditional meal.
They say apartments are available but finding affordable housing has been a challenge.
The focus on Indigenous books is on the rise at libraries, and a local author is celebrating that. She thinks when children have access to these stories, things can change for the better.
When their daughter fell ill, the parents of Abigale Latoszek were filled with fear and uncertainty, but they never expected cancer.
The Eastern Newfoundland Science and Technology Fair prepares students each year for a future in science. The hands-on approach has greater benefits than just good grades.