Bailey White is the producer of the St. John's Morning Show, on CBC Radio One.
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This drugstore is a lifeline for people struggling with addictions. Now, it's closing
Emily Corcoran says the Lawtons Drugs on Campbell Avenue in St. John's is 'a safe place' and she's rallying to keep it open.
Haggie argumentative, apologetic as questions about new COVID-19 cases bubble up
There have been four new cases in N.L. since Wednesday, including one death. Information from the health department has been inconsistent, and sometimes incorrect.
Data suggests Labrador Innu and Inuit are named more often in RCMP releases. Advocates are asking why
People charged with a crime were named close to 88 per cent of the time when the crime occurred in an Indigenous community compared to 26 per cent when it took place elsewhere, according to an analysis of Labrador RCMP news releases between May 1 and July 24. Police say race does not factor in their decision to name a person charged with a crime.
Symbols of the system: Discovery Day is done, but the conversation is just beginning
Indigenous leaders say there’s value in re-examining colonialist history, but such moves should be part of a larger effort at reconciliation.
Is there a better way to solve development debates in St. John's? This group thinks so
Numerous proposals in downtown St. John's have sparked friction, although, as Bailey White writes, what happened after the Parish Lane fracas sets this development apart from the others.
The last singer: This Labrador elder is the only one who can sing hymns in her dialect
Akat Piwas, one of the original church leaders in a community where faith takes many forms, is the only person still singing in the Mushuau Innu dialect.
Crashes on top of crashes as Corner Brook sees first significant snowfall of the season
In four hours, Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officers responded to six car crashes, including one that involved a police vehicle.
With slipway up for sale, Quidi Vidi residents fear more development, congestion
The head of a citizens' group says any building on the land would make it difficult for boats to launch, and exacerbate traffic problems.
Dawson Mercer of Bay Roberts named player of the game in Canada Russia series opener
The 18-year-old is playing on a national stage and his former coach says he is sure to be in contention for the World Juniors.
After discovering dozens of dead rabbits, this St. John's man wants answers
WARNING: This story contains graphic imagery of dead snowshoe hares.