Reinvigorating knowledge: Funding announced for Shorefast projects to preserve traditions of Fogo ...
Fighting for survival and viability: Twillingate set on acquiring license to process ...
Book Remarks — The Tin Triangle
Twillingate marks Memorial Day
Twillingate dons red for Canada Day parade
The Food Dude — The Shortbread Epiphany
Stairs reflect on their large-scale family journey in Lewisporte
Clarenville High beams with pride as SPEAK group paints rainbow crosswalk
Remembering a true ambassador of Bonavista
Russell Wangersky: Learning lessons from south of the border
DAVE WHITE: McIvers ready to 'Rock the Rattler'
GRENFELL MATTERS: Corner Brook receives a gift
Russell Wangersky: You never know who’s in the audience
Thom Barker: To fish or not to fish is not the question
NICHOLAS MERCER: Test your metal
DAVE WHITE: Family ties and country calendars bind the years
Notable bronze, silver and golden family wedding anniversaries in McIvers this month, and Little Sister’s annual Lucky 13 celebration next month, all offering to keep it that much livelier than much longer. Lively, a good name for it, too. ...
GRENFELL MATTERS: Revealing the secret lives of bats — Flying south for the winter?
Summer is finally here, and we’re all enjoying these warmer temperatures. It probably won’t surprise you to learn that many animals also favour these temperatures, and travel long distances across latitudes each winter. You have likely ...
Russell Wangersky: Naming names in court
Ah, the humble lawsuit. Sometimes, it’s the result of the genuinely aggrieved trying to get their due in the only way they can. Other times, it’s a punishment — people who keep a suit going just to keep the ...
Russell Wangersky: If only we could play nice
Every now and then, I read something that makes me smack my own face in disbelief. All they had to do is read an unmoderated comments section in any newspaper, or maybe browse through Twitter for a half an hour or so. But ...
NICHOLAS MERCER: Confessions of a terrible recycler
I’d like to tell you about the first time I recycled an old soda can or turned that pop bottle into something useful, but I can’t. It is nigh impossible to pinpoint the first time you discarded a piece of plastic in one of those blue ...
Russell Wangersky: Of peace, calm and other elusive things
I lost a beautiful, brand-new tiny white muddler minnow trout fly in a tree last weekend. That was the only cloud in an impeccable summer sky. I mention it in part because of the sheer magnificence of that little unused fly: ...
Thom Barker: The undocumented features of living in the north
I prefer, of course, to write about how wonderful it is to live on the north coast of Labrador. It is not without its challenges, however. Access to medical services is one of them. That is not to disparage the services that are available, or ...
DAVE WHITE: The Bay of Islands shores come to life in July and August
The Bay of Islands is abuzz and atwitter in outport living and wilderness adventure, as well as in the sports camps, festive family times, music and more, already under way and just ahead. Sport and fitness culture, leisure and playtime pursuits ...
GRENFELL MATTERS: Trumpeting the makerspace
I've been a big DIY person ever since I was a child. I'd create mechanized improvements on the farm where I grew up, or build my own furniture or whimsical objects. Physics was just an extension of my creative ability. Grenfell ...
Russell Wangersky: The talk at the general store is the same, but different
People notice when things are different. Lequille Country Store, up the hill from Annapolis Royal, N.S., brands itself as an outdoor specialties store, but it’s actually something else — a true general store. ...