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Banners recognizing Matthew Sargent and Glen Furey, two young hockey players who died at 14 and 16, were raised Saturday at a memorial hockey tournament in Gander.
A Labrador school built in the 1960s for hundreds of students is not fitting the bill for those who use the building in 2017, say parents and town leaders.
A geosciences career brought Emily Deming from Houston to St. John's. The raw, unpredictable weather here persuaded her to stick around.
More than 1,000 people came through the doors, and some ritzy vacations were sold at the LeGrow's travel show in St. John's this weekend.
Paralympic gold medal-winning swimmer Katarina Roxon from Kippens says she's had quite the week with some very exciting news, and very intense training ahead.
Shane Richards said his heart was broken when he found a lost dog stuck in icy waters. Without thinking twice, he jumped into action.
The Blanc-Sablon National Historic Site, with 8,000 years of near-continuous human history, is a rich source of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal artifacts, says the lead archeologist.
CBC NL is asking our audience their favourite ways to relax, get cosy, and enjoy the winter — in other words, to be #HoveOff. Check out some of the great pics!
After 35 years of non-stop touring and performing, the band announced this year would be their last big tour. Zach Goudie meets some of the super fans and taps into what made the band so successful.
Sheila Saunders's nephew feared that the family land might have to be sold off, and his aunt might have to move out of town to find an affordable place to live.
As Halifax staff research the idea of banning plastic bags in the municipality, they’ll soon find themselves entangled in a global problem with no simple solutions.
Police in Newfoundland and Labrador have had so many calls about a CRA scam already this year that they're asking people to call only if they've lost money. Meanwhile, one N.L. woman duped by a text version of the scam is worried about identity theft after sharing her personal information.
Jud Haynes didn't set out to promote concerts, but after 10 years of booking shows, Mightypop has now become one of Newfoundland's biggest promoters.
How fast can you tie a knot? Students at Marine Institute in St. John's tested that and other skills in its annual Nautical Skills Competition on Saturday.
A Facebook group called "For Da Love of 'Zaa!" based in St. John's is turning up the heat — and keeping quality pizza makers in the area running flat-out to meet demand.
More than 100 women, men and children gathered in the freezing cold in St. John's on Saturday to march through downtown in the name of equality.