Grenfell students generally welcome the transition to in-person classes, while some left online long to return to campus.
On the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, Indigenous leaders and residential school survivors weighed in on the need for better education about Indigenous history. Education Minister Tom Osbourne said it’s important to understand […]
The re-opening of the Atlantic bubble has been delayed following a surge of COVID-19 cases in New Brunswick. The delay has created a lot of problems for students who had planned to travel home for […]
MHA’s are set to be sworn in and take their seats on Monday, April 12. Newly elected members are preparing for the next four years.
The government of Newfoundland and Labrador announced the details about an increase in moose licenses, and some local hunters are upset.
Ever increasing temperatures in Newfoundland are leading to mild winters and less opportunities to take part in the Canadian tradition of pond hockey.
Each animal that comes through the N.L. West S.P.C.A. needs to be vaccinated, often several times. Those bills add up. James Grudic Kicker
Kyle Downey speaks on forging in modern day Newfoundland Josh Hodder Kicker
Free Little Pantries has gotten a warm welcome in Conception Bay South. That welcome has grown into something both personal and heartwarming.