People use studded tires for added safety. However, experts say they might potentially increase the risk of collisions when the roads are not icy.
Newfoundlanders are excited for the beginning of spring, and as the snow is finishing melting, people are starting to get outside and plan trips once again.
Snowmobiling is a huge part of Newfoundland’s identity, so why aren’t helmets?
Newfoundland and snowmobiling go hand-in-hand, but do Newfoundlanders know of the dangers that go hand-in-hand with snowmobiling? Griffen Stuckless Kicker
Marble Mountain has been forced to close down indefinitely for the second winter in a row, and now some folks are out making their own winter fun.
Claire Beach doesn’t use a couch or clipboard – it’s all about the trees.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues into the winter months, many Newfoundlanders are stuck home in the cold.
Newfoundland is home to temperamental weather and unpredictable climates – but how do people view it on the West Coast versus the East Coast? Griffen Stuckless Kicker
Anna MurphyKicker The city of St. John’s has seen over a dozen storm closure days in 2020, but local businesses are feeling an increase in support. Despite the countless snow-related closures, locals can support small […]
Thanks to a local organization in Lethbridge, Alta., one man will no longer have to face a cold winter outside.