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A seven-year-old is suffering from severe injuries after a large piece of ice broke off the ice wall at Middle Cove Beach and landed on the child.
Since 1973, Gary Barnes has been cutting, sewing and creating goods that his customers have grown to love and depend on.
Cassidy Rich of Lewisporte has a lot on her mind — refining her voice as a songwriter, booking some summer gigs to promote her new album, and getting good marks on her high school exams.
More than 300 Filipinos call Happy Valley-Goose Bay home. Now, an association is starting just for them, surrounded by sports and family.
It's the oldest marathon in the world, perhaps the best-known race on the planet, and this year Anne Johnston was the second-fastest Canadian woman to cross the finish line.
The realization that I was about 1,400 kilometres away from home hit me harder than I expected, writes Tyler Mugford.
The PCs won all the byelections after the last general election, but they now face a wall formed by more than two dozen Liberal incumbents, writes John Gushue.
While some see vandalized, headless meters as an opportunity for free parking, city council sees it differently.
Little Bay Islands now has the government approval, and the cash, needed to become the next community in Newfoundland and Labrador to resettle.
The company that owns the Maritime Link between Nova Scotia and Newfoundland wants to know if an expected boom in bottom trawling poses a risk to its subsea electricity cables.