Cannabis rules: what to expect in Newfoundland and Labrador
A Packet of past — Looking back at the stories that made the headlines
Community Calendar With Sarah Burton
Book ReMarks: Tales From the Past
The Food Dude — Pulverizing the puff pastry pet peeve
Marine Institute student navigates cancer, attends camp for survivors
New measures in place to curtail fraud, Newfoundland and Labrador ...
The end is near: year-end
Dr. Norah Duggan of St. John’s one of Canada’s top family physicians
Scholarship for indigenous youth will help Corner Brook teen meet her goals
Forget-Me-Not project on exhibit at Stephenville Arts and Culture
Sisters of Mercy of Newfoundland add to global reach
CINDY DAY: Weekend showers - wet and celestial
One Book Nova Scotia revisits Kathleen Winter's 'Annabel'
RATHER BE OUTDOORS: Are you suffering from fall colour envy?
On a recent trip to Vancouver, I realized I am very envious of the autumn colours they enjoy on the West Coast. In my case, I inherited some trees when I purchased my home, and then I planted other trees for specific purposes — like apples for ...
REAL advice: Tips to save money on your energy bills
With energy costs on the rise and our increasing concern to be environmentally responsible and reduce our carbon footprint, being more energy efficien ...
Remove, focus, thrive: Minimalism expert coming to Halifax this week
Joshua Becker might be the world’s most famous minimalist, but that doesn’t mean his house is empty, bleak and totally lacking in personality. ...
Working with paint and glaze
Dear Debbie; I am learning how to paint with glazes and love the hints of colour you get when you add a layer of glaze over colour. I’m trying a gingham pattern in the nursery and taping like mad. Around the taped edges and corners I am ...
Book Remarks — Bay of Hope
David Ward’s “Bay of Hope” (ECW Press) is what many readers want in a book. It’s a love story. Of sorts. Ward first sailed into McCallum on Newfoundland’s southwest coast with Carol, his love of the time. ...
The Food Dude — In Canada, brownies bake you
The day has finally arrived and I can’t stop smiling about it. I get to write the first ever cannabis edible recipe for Atlantic Canadian print media. You read that right; this week’s Food Dude article is all about that sweet sticky ...
Labrador West Pioneer: Austin Drover
LABRADOR WEST, N.L. Austin Drover didn’t take the short route to Labrador like so many others who made their way to Labrador, from Upper Island Cove on the island of Newfoundland. Austin decided he would leave his home area when he ...
Calgary accountant pedals from Vancouver to St. Anthony
ST. ANTHONY, N.L. It is becoming increasingly common for people to bicycle across the country. Thousands have done it, but few ever make it to St. Anthony. Typically, cyclists leave from Vancouver and wind up in St. John’s. Few go the ...
SLIDESHOW: Tour the new home for Gros Morne Summer Music
Gros Morne Summer Music, along with its Graham Academy arts school, has a new home in Corner Brook with the renovated confines of the former convent located behind Immaculate Heart of Mary School on Humber Road. The three-storey building contains ...
Winning 4H Canada scholarships seems to be a generational thing for the Bellows family of Irishtown-Summerside
The Bellows family of Irishtown-Summerside added an exciting new chapter to their tradition of being involved in 4H Canada this week. McAuley Bellows, 18, was named one of four young people from across Canada to win a 2018 4-H Canada Leadership ...