With the new budget coming out, changes are underway for the arts community of St. John’s
The litter problem in St. John’s becomes evident every spring once the snow melts, revealing large amounts of garbage throughout the city.
Studio Coffee is a coffee shop and art gallery on Water Street in Carbonear .Walking in you hear soft ambient music and smell home-made soup. Owners Michelle Rowe and Tammy Wrice started their business four […]
One month ago, an E. Coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce infected people across Canada and the United States, killing one Canadian and one American. But surprisingly there were no recalls of romaine lettuce. Kicker’s Jessie Dobbin […]
Dr. Gerard Van Herk of Memorial University’s linguistics department says the Newfoundland dialect changes the way people think about languages.
The #MeToo movement empowered women all around the globe, and has shone light into a dark corner.
Two years after a resolution on the ban of single-use plastic bags forwarded to Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador, people are still lobbying for change.
Driving back and forth to school is costing students serious coin.
Markland began fighting for paved roads more than 30 years ago and won the battle, but the war continues.
Bill C-16 is set to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code to protect gender identity, as trans people search for relief.