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
Postal workers’ union begins rotating strikes
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
Former Harbour Grace mayor says Danny Cleary not following contract stipulations
Rebecca Russell leaving Clarenville Caribous bench
Clowe wants more bite to Growlers' game
It was a big day for hockey’s Bishop family from St. John's
Former players reflect on Trinity Bay Hockey League
Noah Blanchard and AAA peewee Kings look to build on success of kickoff tournament with trio of games this weekend in Rocky Harbour
With seemingly a smorgasbord to choose from, Pittsburgh Penguins fan Noah Blanchard somehow doesn’t have a favourite NHL player. Maybe it’s too hard to pick just one on a roster that deep, or perhaps he’s too busy concentrating ...
Deer Lake’s Jolena Gillard enjoying life as a Panther in her quest to be her best
She never had to cook any meals. She never had to do her own laundry. She admits to being somewhat spoiled by her parents and never did without anything within reason. Jolena Gillard She will miss watching her seven-year-old brother ...
Corner Brook's Colby House willing to put in the work to reach his hockey potential
Be willing to do what it takes even if it means doing the uncomfortable. That’s a lesson Colby House learned early as a centre with the Western Kings entry in the Newfoundland and Labrador AAA bantam hockey league. Colby, a 14-year-old ...
Parents call for parity in AAA hockey
While any changes to the AAA hockey program won’t be known until 2019, Jack Lee, president of Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador (HNL), got what he was looking for. During its AGM Sept. 14, HNL held a public session and called for feedback ...
Clarenville native joins Maine Mariners
Kenneth Neil playing with the SUNY Oswego Lakers. The Clarenville native is skating for the Maine Mariners of the ECHOL this season. PORTLAND, ME MAINE UNITED STATES While Newfoundland and Labrador is welcoming their very own ECHL ...
Western girls nab silver in U18 division at Atlantic Challenge Cup hockey tournament
Brooklyn Childs has added a silver medal to her collection of hockey medals. The Corner Brook native, along with Kailey Genge of Anchor Point and Carmen Elliott of Stephenville, helped Team Newfoundland and Labrador earn the silver medal in the ...
Clarenville Caribous roster expected late this week
Caribou’s fans will have to wait just a little longer to find out if their favorite players are hitting the ice this season. GM Ivan Hapgood says the team’s roster is expected to be finalized later this week, possibly late Thursday or ...
No shortage of volunteers for Corner Brook minor hockey this season after initial scare in the spring
When only three people attended the originally-scheduled Corner Brook Minor Hockey Association’s annual general meeting back in May, it was disheartening for second-year president Jackie Simms. But she understood that the timing may have ...
World Girls' Hockey Weekend takes place Oct. 5-7
The Deer Lake Minor Hockey Association joined the hockey world in celebrating World Girl's Hockey Weekend, which took place from Oct. 5-7 in communities all across Canada and the world. 2018 events were planned by the International Ice ...
Young hockey players looking forward to their first shift
Caleb Gillard has tagged along for road trips all over the province watching his older siblings scoring goals and making big defensive plays. Claire George. He has two older sisters and two older brothers who have embraced the game of ...