Andrea McGuire is a journalist working with CBC in St. John's.
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When a scam hits home: St. John's man spots suspicious rental ad for his mom's house
During his six-month search for an apartment, Ronnie Gosse says he's had to sidestep apartment bidding wars, illegal requests from landlords and scams — including a rental ad offering up the house his mother owns.
With a group of 7,000 dog lovers in his corner, man living in Pippy Park lands an apartment
With St. John's rental housing in short supply, a community of dog lovers has rallied for months to help a man and his dog find a new home.
'It's just slobbery kisses all day long': Meet a dog walker on a path of healing for mental health
For those struggling with mental illness, finding the right line of work can be tricky. But by founding her own dog walking and pet services business, Sarah Hillier’s landed on a gig that can double as a kind of therapy.
'Can we see your tree?': Why kids used to knock on doors to see Christmas trees in St. John's
Lying somewhere between mummering and a second Halloween, kids in mid-20th-century St. John's had their own way of finding fruitcake over the holidays.
'The Gander Project': How a musical led these Texas students to write letters to N.L.
For junior high students learning English in Texas, the story of Gander's 9/11 response truly resonates.
9/11: 20 Years Later
N.L. famously embraced the world on 9/11. There's an untold story about what happened before
The people of Newfoundland and Labrador are globally renowned for their kindness during 9/11. But according to a Gander author and a Red Cross volunteer, that response owes much to decades of assisting air crash victims and refugees.
From the Ground Up
From lawn to Foggy Food Forest: How this family is creating an edible landscape
Jonas Roberts and his family are following nature’s cues at their Foggy Food Forest in St. Philip’s.
Return-to-school plan 'more like a huge leap of faith,' parent says
Though many welcome the return to classroom learning, others are troubled by the lack of vaccination and masking requirements.
Newcomer working in N.L.? This prof wants to hear from you
The Association for New Canadians and professor Tony Fang are looking to speak with newcomers about their experiences working in Newfoundland and Labrador.
They created a mobile food bank. Now the family behind NL Eats is leaving the province
After creating multiple food security projects, the family behind NL Eats is bidding farewell to Newfoundland and Labrador, at least for now.