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
BOOK ReMarks: Send More Tourists…the Last Ones Were Delicious
Bishop’s Falls woman finishes third eyecare mission to Haiti
The Gathering Place serves up a Thanksgiving feast in St. John's
Celtic Colours on stage in Eskasoni
Why Caley dances: Instagram campaign raises awareness, money for mental health
Chieftains bring Celtic all-star team to Halifax, Celtic Colours
The Chieftains are Celtic music’s equivalent of an all-star team. The beloved core of founder Paddy Moloney, singer and bohdran player Kevin Conneff (a member since 1976) and flutist Matt Molloy — now celebrating his 40th year in ...
Local businesses grow at Charlottetown’s Farm Day in the City
Moushumi Shultana can’t think of anything else when she’s sewing. “This is the thing I enjoy most in my life.” She was one of over 160 vendors set up at Farm Day in the City in Charlottetown on Oct. 6. The annual event ...
THE MOM SCENE: Confessions of a Catechist
If you had told me three weeks ago that I’d be a Catechist — a Catholic Sunday school teacher — I would have never believed you. Two years ago, right here on this page, I wrote about how I “can’t pretend to ...
Hilary Knee is coming home to Corner Brook to dance in new show by Candice Pike
Hilary Knee is about to make a return to the stage at the Corner Brook Arts and Culture Centre as part of “Dancing Here.” The latest initiative of Corner Brook dance artist Candice Pike, “Dancing Here,” will feature three ...
Panasonic's Toughbook 55 a truly a modular laptop that makes hardware upgrades easy
My first introduction to the rugged laptop was years ago when a Rogers technician came by my condo to fix my internet. He was carrying a rather beat-up device that looked like it was made from solid metal. The technician told me it was a refurbished ...
Margaret Atwood attracts Halifax crowd to hear about Handmaid's Tale sequel
Nova Scotia figured almost as prominently as Gilead during Thursday night’s Halifax stop on Margaret Atwood’s book tour. “Welcome readers and relatives,” Atwood said at the Central LIbrary as she prepared to read from the ...
RECYCLED LOVE: Volunteers are the backbone of animal rescue organizations
I have dedicated today's column to all of the volunteers rooted in animal rescue. Rescues and shelters cannot survive without devoted volunteers. They are the backbone of every rescue organization’s success, and rescues cannot do the ...
Ontario woman adds voice to awareness of rare condition with Newfoundland origins
Heather Brady was shocked, after years of misdiagnosis, when a doctor told her that she has a gene mutation connected to a rare condition with origins in Newfoundland and Labrador. The Belleville, Ont., woman contacted The Telegram after seeing a ...
VIDEO: Cape Breton rapper works on music career while tattooing
A lack of work in his chosen field, a good friend’s mentorship and a love of music has led to a varied career path for Travis Lawless. He’s now an award-winning tattoo artist based in Sydney and this week, he will open for singer Aaron ...
Book ReMarks: Operation Vanished
I absolutely enjoyed Helen C. Escott’s first novel Operation Wormwood [Flanker Press] so when I got my hands on her second novel Operation Vanished [FlankerPress] I dove face and eyes into this rip-roaring, ripsnorting crime thriller. Whoa ...