While supporting local literacy festival, book lovers protest new tax.
What do you need to beat racism and hate? A shiny axe, of course! Jack Axes launched their month long campaign #ThrowAxesNotHate this week. Kicker Radio’s Martin Jones filed this report.
Like most rural communities in Newfoundland, Glover’s Harbour is faced with a dwindling population due to outmigration and aging residents.
Newfoundland film Riverhead gains two nominations at Canadian Screen Awards and plays to a sold-out crowd in Victoria, B.C.
Compassion is going viral as a St. John’s man shows that human decency can trump terror and hate.
Homegrown honey may be on the horizon for some residents as city considers changing its regulations to permit urban beekeeping.
Of the 40,000 babies born each year in Canada, one per cent of them have heart defects. However, something as simple as knitted red hats makes it a little easier for the families affected.
Memorial University school of music and Festival 500 wants to grow voices in the province.
Beachy Cove Elementary parent forms a group to fight for change in school policies across the province.
Talented teen from central Newfoundland gets the opportunity of a lifetime as part of the Newfoundland and Labrador Atlantic BoyChoir.