Smelting iron at L’Anse aux Meadows
A trip to remember: Charlottetown student reflects on travels in Europe
UPDATED: Indigenous self-determination talks begin
Seniors in Profile: Dedicated Flower’s Cove volunteer helps church, family and community ...
Great Northern Peninsula plant workers want federal government help
World-class achievement for Labrador athlete with St. Anthony ties
Port Saunders area woman targeted in text message scam
LETTER: The real reason
Close call for Arctic fox stranded on ice pan
Thom Barker: A Muslim ban by any other name
Russell Wangersky: Consider the messenger as well as the message
NICHOLAS MERCER: Remembering a volunteer
DAVE WHITE: Family ties and country calendars bind the years
GRENFELL MATTERS: Revealing the secret lives of bats — Flying south for the winter?
Russell Wangersky: Naming names in court
Thom Barker: The undocumented features of living in the north
I prefer, of course, to write about how wonderful it is to live on the north coast of Labrador. It is not without its challenges, however. Access to medical services is one of them. That is not to disparage the services that are available, or ...
DAVE WHITE: The Bay of Islands shores come to life in July and August
The Bay of Islands is abuzz and atwitter in outport living and wilderness adventure, as well as in the sports camps, festive family times, music and more, already under way and just ahead. Sport and fitness culture, leisure and playtime pursuits ...
GRENFELL MATTERS: Trumpeting the makerspace
I've been a big DIY person ever since I was a child. I'd create mechanized improvements on the farm where I grew up, or build my own furniture or whimsical objects. Physics was just an extension of my creative ability. Grenfell ...
Russell Wangersky: The talk at the general store is the same, but different
People notice when things are different. Lequille Country Store, up the hill from Annapolis Royal, N.S., brands itself as an outdoor specialties store, but it’s actually something else — a true general store. ...
HEATHER HUYBREGTS: Summertime, and the livin' is offline
I struggle with summer. For one thing, I am in Newfoundland where it is still, meteorologically speaking, winter. But my biggest struggle comes from parental guilt. My five-year-old finished junior kindergarten and is now, officially, on summer ...
Russell Wangersky: Sometimes keeping health care healthy is going to hurt
Mess with health care — especially if you’re closing hospitals — and you’re bound to get a reaction. That’s exactly what Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil got on Monday when he announced that two ...
Gary Shaw: Mosquitoes and Blackflies, it’s time!
Whether you’ve have been in Labrador West for years or only experienced one spring and summer, you know about our mosquitoes and blackflies. There are few places on this Earth that have flies with the intensity, the ferocious appetite and ...
Thom Barker: Civilization stinks: Or how I spent my summer vacation
Civilization stinks. I mean that in the literal sense. As soon as I got outside the airport in Ottawa, the air assaulted my vomeronasal organ with the omnipresent odour of motor vehicle exhaust mingled with faint notes of garbage and the ...
DAVE WHITE: On the trail of free fish, fun, and wile coyotes
Given of lifestyle changes already gaining ground in the wild west of Newfoundland, Mother Nature yet reclaims its own from time to time. The aftermath of January's floods and landslides here now limits motor access through cabin country in the ...
GRENFELL MATTERS: Life under the ice
Although summer has officially arrived in Newfoundland, snow and ice are never far from our minds. Ever wonder what is going on in a lake in winter? This past semester, like every winter semester for about the last 20, students in Grenfell’s ...