Jen White

CBC News

Jen White is a reporter and producer with CBC News in St. John's.

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Pin commemorating fallen WW I soldier donated to The Rooms

A special pin commemorating a fallen soldier of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment has made its way across the Atlantic Ocean, and will soon be on display for all to see.
Far From Home

St. John's woman recounts 'absolute chaos' south of the border amid COVID-19

In the fifth segment of our Far From Home series, Robyn Dalton talks about what daily life is like in the United States, with its record-high numbers of COVID-19 cases.
Far From Home

A U.K.-based model from St. John's is riding out the pandemic in Tanzania

Meaghan Lee returned to Canada in March, but in June decided to ride out the pandemic with her partner in the African sun. She spoke to Jen White for CBC's series Far From Home.
Far From Home

From N.L. to Canada's North: Living COVID-free in Nunavut until recent rash of cases

In the third instalment of CBC N.L.'s Far From Home series, Theresa Lee talks about how Nunavut wasn't affected by the pandemic until the territory marked its first case of COVID-19 in early November.
Far From Home

From a tiny N.L. outport to a sprawling Vietnamese city, here's how this woman is enduring COVID

In the second segment of our Far From Home series, Sabrina Pinksen shares what it's like to live in a densely populated Southeast Asian country that has managed to keep COVID-19 relatively at bay.
Far From Home

Trading lockdown in Dublin for isolation and Christmas in N.L.

In the first part of CBC N.L.'s Far From Home series, Larry Mullett and Chris Brennan talk about how they are breaking free from their studio apartment and Ireland's strict restrictions to come home to the province for the holidays.

Meeting Michael: How a pin dedicated to a fallen WW I soldier is heading from the U.K. to N.L.

A man from the small town of Willingham, U.K., bought a special poppy pin in 2016, commemorating Pte. Michael J. Jackman of the Newfoundland Regiment, who died in Beaumont-Hamel in 1916. He recently contacted CBC News to help find one of the soldier's living relatives.

Brittany Osborne pleads guilty to nationwide pet scams, sentenced to 33 months in prison

A Newfoundland and Labrador woman was handed a federal sentence for her role in a rash of pet scams that affected victims across Canada.

The Haunting of… the Carbonear house: Strange sightings and spooky happenings

Chris Brennan and Larry Mullett bought a property in the small town in Conception Bay North, sight unseen — and later, noticed some weird occurrences that they couldn't explain.

The Haunting of… Ol' Smoker: One of Labrador's most famous ghosts

When the wind starts whistling in Labrador before a storm, you might hear the ghastly crack of a whip, and a phantom voice calling to his dog team.