Bouzane family stands strong 10 years after death of their son in ...
Springdale police investigating fatal highway accident
Another capital works funding application from Baie Verte rejected by province
Baie Verte citizens gather to honour veterans on Remembrance Day
Springdale woman with cerebral palsy gets to work through care2ride program
Firefighters get training in Springdale
Council transparency not always so clear throughout Newfoundland and Labrador
No barriers standing in the way for Pacquet's female fire chief
Springdale man finds way to give back through Extra Life gaming marathon
Cape Breton Post
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Tapping into new sources of revenue generation
The Food Dude: Pear-fectly preserved memories
STEVE BARTLETT: Slow down, put your phones in the trunk, and pay attention
EDITORIAL: Lives on the line when fishermen head out to sea
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: The vice-regal molehill that would be a mountain
The Food Dude: The Button Burger
EDITORIAL: Cannabis conundrum - where will smoking pot actually be allowed?
Think about just how complicated the federal, provincial and municipal regulation of marijuana will be. ...
Letter: Have the vote
Dear Editor, The purpose of the fishermen’s union was to protect the interest of the fishing people of Newfoundland and Labrador. The fisherpeople of Newfoundland and Labrador were members of the UFCW but broke away from this union with ...
The Food Dude: The frozen treat epiphany
Three years ago, I was in the waiting room of an eye clinic experiencing what is possibly my biggest pet peeve. ...
Editorial: A question of justice
“Not only must justice be done; it must also be seen to be done.” It’s an adage that’s taken on a new meaning in Atlantic Canada when it comes to the composition of provincial Supreme Courts. In an open letter to ...
Book ReMarks: A Tangled Web
Sgt. Winston Windflower — starring Adam Beach in my noggin — has been stationed at the RCMP detachment in Grand Bank ever since he came to Newfoundland five books ago. In “A Tangled Web,” (Baico Publishing), the sixth Sgt. ...
Editorial: Halloween hazards
Pins inside apples. Razor blades lying in wait inside chocolate bars. Muscle relaxant pills in among the loose candy. These are some of the hazardous items that were reportedly found lurking in children’s Halloween loot last year ...
Steve Bartlett: The trashiest column in today’s paper
Boom! A transformer blew and the power went out in the middle of the “Tangled,” a Disney-fied version of “Rapunzel.” The kids were upset. I told them it was a power outage, there was nothing I could do, and to let ...
Pam Frampton: On the razor’s edge
“When blinding storm gusts fret thy shore And wild waves lash thy strand…” — Sir Cavendish Boyle, “Ode to Newfoundland” I left Newfoundland in the late 1980s to find work on the mainland, the same ...
Editorial: By the hour
Every province in Canada is trying to find the right balance with the minimum wage, but the issue particularly challenging for Atlantic Canada. This region has long suffered high unemployment and low wages, a combination that cripples ...
The Food Dude: Trick and treat!
Halloween. While officially celebrated Oct. 31, it is one of those holidays (like Christmas) with a “spirit” that transcends the day itself, bleeding into the chilly weeks beforehand as people of all ages begin planning their costumes ...