LETTER: Paying the price for our lavish lifestyles
LETTER: Hold that burger
Liberal minority reveals a country divided; experts say Atlantic ...
Jack Harris unseats Liberal Nick Whalen in St. John’s East
O’Regan reclaims St. John’s South-Mount Pearl
Nick Whalen gracious in loss of St. John’s East seat
Gudie Hutchings keeps Long Range Mountains for Federal Liberals
Yvonne Jones threepeats in Labrador
Scott Simms has central Newfoundland seeing red
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 ...
Buddhist monks craft sand mandala as a gesture of peace
Nothing lasts forever. We’ve all heard the phrase before, but those who follow the Buddhist faith live it. It’s why the religion discourages attachment to material things. Attachment leads to greed. Greed leads to anger. Anger ...
12 YEARS OF HASHTAGS: Twitter reveals top tags used by Canadians
Ever wondered how hashtags even became a thing? As Twitter celebrates its 12th anniversary of the hashtag on Friday, the tech giant looks back at its beginning. The first-ever hashtag used on Twitter was by Chris Messina from San Francisco, ...
Miss World Canada 2019, Naomi Colford of Sydney, N.S., shines
Newly-crowned Miss World Canada Naomi Colford has already started turning heads and catching eyes. Colford, 19, a second-year university nursing student from Sydney, Nova Scotia attained the title Saturday evening — besting 55 other ...
Nova Scotia woman uses chainsaw to express artistic and creative talents in her wooden sculptures
Tracie Dugas insists she is no magician. But gazing at her latest chainsaw wood carving, it’s hard to believe there wasn’t any magic involved in transforming a large pine log into a finely detailed sculpture of a life-sized ...
THE BIG REVEAL: Lobster sculpture artwork wows the crowd in Municipality of Barrington
BARRINGTON, N.S. – There was standing room only at the Barrington Municipal Administrative Centre on Feb. 6 for the unveiling of 10 giant lobster sculptures painted by local artists from Jordan Falls through to Weymouth as a Canada 150 Legacy ...
How a retired educator helped Pete Townshend recover a piece of Who history
It was a meeting 42 years in the making, all thanks to a few large photocopied books George Robinson packed amongst his belongings when he left England for rural Newfoundland. For more than 30 years, Robinson - who, full disclosure, is ...