GUEST COLUMN: Looking to Ottawa — again
CINDY'S SNAPSHOT: A light shines through
LETTER: Parallels between Trump Republicans and Canada’s Conservative ...
CINDY DAY: Some storms leave an impression – even 45 years later
LETTER: Climate change deniers come out from under the cloud cover
Fire causes extensive damage to St. Thomas home Friday night
LETTER: Naysayers, yea-sayers, the dumb and the mum
Roddickton-Bide Arm mayor acclaimed next president of MNL
Honesty earns Raleigh NL teen a backstage pass to meet hip hop act
The Central Voice
Newfoundland and Labrador tradition of canning survives generations
Chance Cove mental health advocate advances from social media platform to TIFF red carpet
JILL ELLSWORTH: Back to School
Toronto Rock & Roll Revival took the sting out of missing Woodstock for Newfoundland man
AMONG FRIENDS: Creating crazy critters
Natural disasters end with human tragedy in Cape Breton author Linden MacIntyre’s latest work
JANICE WELLS: Second-hand style
I don’t mean to brag, but I have been so ahead of the curve for so long that I am in danger of turning into a concentric circle. Back in the '70s, I started using house plants a lot in decorating, just because I liked them. I kid you ...
Willem Dafoe, Ellen Page to attend Atlantic film fest
Willem Dafoe, co-star of the critically lauded and Nova Scotia-shot movie The Lighthouse, and Halifax native Ellen Page are set to attend the FIN Atlantic International Film Festival. The Lighthouse director and writer Robert Eggers is also to ...
Never giving up: Bonavista teen cancer survivor talks importance of Relay for Life
Blake Shelley remembers his first Canadian Cancer Society Relay For Life in Bonavista. At only six years old, he recalls walking in his yellow t-shirt with people remarking about such a young child being touched by cancer. “I can remember ...
UPDATE: St. John's walk supports ovarian cancer
There is always hope — no matter what the statistics say. That is why the local chapter of Ovarian Cancer Canada is hosting its annual walk on Sept. 8 at Quidi Vidi Lake in support of the Ovarian Cancer Canada Walk of Hope. Marina ...
Two Newfoundlanders named to Giller Prize longlist
Two authors from this province have been named to the longlist for the 2019 Scotiabank Giller Prize. Megan Gail Coles, originally from Savage Cove, and Michael Crummey, originally from Buchans, were among the 12 nominees for the award, highlights ...
KFC wedding cake the perfect choice for chicken-loving Corner Brook couple
Cathy and Paul Parsons are known as a fun-loving couple and their choice in a wedding cake – a KFC bucket complete with a personalized topper of him holding a bucket of chicken and her a glass of wine – has social ...
Grand Falls-Windsor native Kacie Callahan preparing her first record
Kacie Callahan hadn’t performed a complete set of original material until The Gathering of 2018. In her adopted home of Corner Brook, the 29-year-old songstress from Grand Falls-Windsor would often mix in her own work, between belting out ...
Gardening keeps 102-year-old Victor Baker young
The residents of Pleasantview Manor in Lewisporte say Victor Baker can dance a jig better than any 25-year-old. The 102-year-old Victor Baker is the proud owner of this garden at the Pleasantview Manor retirement home in ...
Our Lady Peace coming back to St. John’s
One of Canada’s favourite rock bands is returning to St. John’s this fall to play the IceBerg Alley Performance Tent. Our Lady Peace will grace the stage at the Quidi Vidi Lake adjacent venue on Sept. 20. The band last played ...
Dead-heading large rhodos almost impossible
Q. Late in the spring, my small cucumber transplants developed bleached areas on the leaves. What causes this? A. Sunscald was a common issue with cucumber and similar transplants like squash, pumpkin and melon this past spring and early ...