St. Lunaire-Griquet getting a new fire truck
Thom Barker: It’s not the turkey, the yogurt or the vaccine
St. Anthony brewpub approved
No fanfare for legal pot in St. Anthony
Eight-year-old explores the trails of the Great Northern Peninsula
Northern Peninsula parents charged after police catch youth operating ...
CLEARING THE AIR: Taking Atlantic Canada's pot pulse
Cannabis rules: what to expect in Newfoundland and Labrador
Fall fair in St. Anthony cancelled due to lack of support
Thanksgiving gift for Labrador West Ministerial Association‘s Food Bank
Happy Valley-Goose Bay grandmother raising funds for wheelchair accessible van
Vision impairment made Conception Harbour man a hardcore cyclist
Former Wabush man pens first book
Community members build ramp for Marystown family
MARYSTOWN, N.L. An act of kindness from community members and business owners in and around Marystown has left one woman flooded with emotion. On Saturday, Oct. 6 a dozen people or more gathered at the home of Terry and Gertie Mallay in ...
Labrador West hunter has trip of a lifetime
LABRADOR CITY, N.L. Saying Luke Parsons from Wabush is a passionate migratory bird hunter is an understatement. He has already spent more time hunting these birds than most would do in two lifetimes. He hunted migratory birds with his dad ...
Labrador West Farmers market and Fall Fair offer goods from near and far
LABRADOR WEST In addition of the Spirit of Labrador, there were two other great events on Saturday 22. Gateway Labrador sponsored the farmers market, and the fall fair. Windy weather forced some events inside, but it didn’t subdue the spirit ...
Labrador West Pioneers: Bernie Denief
LABRADOR CITY, N.L. There are few folks in Labrador West that don’t know Bernie Denief. The 75-year-old is out and about in the community every day. He seems to have more energy than many people half his age. He has a constant smile on ...
Labrador woman filling in the gaps on Lydia Campbell’s family tree
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L. Patty Way has spent a good chunk of her life researching Lydia Campbell and her family tree. So when the 200th anniversary of Campbell’s birth came up on Sept. 19 she was the perfect person to speak about her ...
The Spirit of Labrador
As summer slowly turned to fall, people in Labrador West were treated to a number of special activities. Gateway Labrador presented Spirit of Labrador, a cultural celebration of Labrador which received assistance from Heritage Canada. Tracy West, ...
Teacher Kelly Hewlett volunteers time, voice, and home in Springdale
Kelly (Burt) Hewlett, a well-known volunteer in Springdale, enjoys lending her singing voice to support various causes. “I’ve done a variety of community events,” Hewlett said. “I do a lot of gospel and songs like ...
Happy Valley-Goose Bay business offers grocery shuttle service
A community-spirited business has stepped up to help Happy Valley-Goose Bay residents without access to transportation get their groceries following the Sept. 15 Northmart fire. “People are very shocked, to say the least, and ...
Harbour Grace food bank turns to growing its own veggies
The new greenhouse was purchased from Sun Valley Greenhouses in St. John’s. HARBOUR GRACE, N.L. He may have gotten to a late start with planting this past growing season, but Grant Koehler of Harbour Grace hopes the new greenhouse ...
ASK THE PEOPLE: What are you thankful for?
As we get ready to celebrate this Thanksgiving weekend we thought it would be a great idea to chat with some local school children to find out what it is that they’re thankful for. So, we paid a visit to Sacred Heart Elementary in Corner Brook ...