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Sherry Hillier

In the days before calling the general election on Friday, the Liberal provincial government struck tentative collective agreements with three unions, extending their contracts into 2022.

1/17/2021 3:13:52 PM

Thomas Whittle

Nine witnesses have taken the stand in the first two days of Thomas Whittle's trial. He's accused of crashing a snowmobile and killing his passenger, Justyn Pollard, in a collision that occurred nearly four years ago.

1/17/2021 2:21:41 PM


There is one new case of COVID-19 in Newfoundland and Labrador on Sunday, a man between 20 and 39 years old in the Eastern Health region.

1/17/2021 11:50:06 AM

Sean McCann

It's perhaps one of the more unusual trends to emerge from TikTok, the video-sharing app popular largely among teenagers and young adults, but a sudden interest in sea shanties has taken the internet by storm.

1/17/2021 1:13:32 PM

michael dean

The added costs and travel times will make a difficult situation almost unbearable for Newfoundland and Labrador's thousands of out-of-province workers, critics say.

1/17/2021 9:29:49 AM

Const. Nadia Churchill, crime analyst Malin Enstrom and Const. Lindsay Dillon

There is currently no federal or provincial legislation that requires first responders to report cases of intimate partner violence involving adults to a relevant third party.

1/17/2021 4:30:00 AM

NL Alliance Graydon Pelley

NL Alliance Leader Graydon Pelley has suspended his campaign after suffering a medical emergency, the party’s executive says.

1/17/2021 8:16:58 AM

Vince Kennedy

Prawn-flavoured chips, Japanese iterations of familiar snack-brand logos and the sweet taste of nostalgia are all part of the strategy at a recently opened candy store.

1/17/2021 6:30:00 AM

Snowmageddon children's drawings 1

One year after the blizzard of all blizzards, contributor Jenn Thornhill Verma looks back on Snowmageddon in poetry.

1/17/2021 3:30:00 AM

NL ELXN day 1 photojoiner

Liberal Leader Andrew Furey and NDP Leader Alison Coffin visited the St. John’s Farmers’ Market, while Progressive Conservative Leader Ches Crosbie knocked on doors — and stood two metres back.

1/16/2021 2:57:51 PM