No sign? No problem.
Newfoundland has one professional piercer on the Avalon Peninsula. She tells us the difference between piercing with guns and needles.
Ben Cox was an emergency room nurse who lost it all due to drug addiction but has since turned his life around.
The Ode to Newfoundland’s first public performance was at the Casino Theatre on January 21, 1902. In honour of the week of the 116th anniversary, Angela Warren’s music class at Lakecrest School are performing the Ode.
“There’s a huge difference between eating something to survive and rubbing a substance on a living thing to see how much damage it will do.”
For residents in Labrador, outrageous grocery prices are the norm.
Businesses are seeing success in using the wild food of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Eating Disorder Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador presents “Eating Disorders and its Effects on Siblings.”
Young adults are professing their pride in Newfoundland one purchase at a time.
Inuk-Irish artist Fredericka Jessica Coffey embraces a traditional tattoo method known as ‘hand poke’ to express her creative style and reconnect with her Indigenous roots.