Jeremy Eaton

Jeremy Eaton is a reporter and videojournalist with CBC Newfoundland and Labrador.

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St. John's group startled by how much plastic goes to the dump

Members of a St. John's non-profit that studied how a few dozen households managed their plastics say they were shocked to find that most of it wound up going in the trash. 

How the pandemic sent a Paradise woman's virtual workout client list soaring

The list of places where people log on to Gill Whelan's virtual boot camp reads like a backpacker's bucket list: Australia, Malaysia, Nunavut, Alaska and Austria, to name a few.

How Snowmageddon showed a snowboard company there's more to St. John's than snow

Pro snowboarder Maria Thomsen and photographer Blotto Gray found themselves waist deep in snow on Jan. 17, 2020, in a city a long way from home — but you won’t hear any whining about it.

Clear trash bags, lower limit among changes coming to St. John's garbage collection

The City of St. John's is revamping collection to extend the life of Robin Hood Bay.

Talk about a staycation: This RV enthusiast visited 785 places in N.L.

When Brian Lynch's Ford RV rolled off the assembly line in the 1990s, his career with CN Rail was rolling to a stop — a career that laid the groundwork for a strange vacation years later.

St. John's trail system isn't a smooth ride for people with mobility issues

Amy Warren grew up with a love for hiking: hitting the trails and enjoying what the great outdoors in Newfoundland and Labrador has to offer.

Justin Trudeau asked to help with Jordan Naterer search during Memorial University town hall

When Justin Trudeau held a virtual town hall Wednesday night with students and staff of Memorial University, one of the questions focused on a matter thousands of kilometres away.

Ches Crosbie locks up leadership, sets sights on general election

The PC Party has given Ches Crosbie its blessing to lead them into the next general election in Newfoundland and Labrador — whenever it may be.

Teaching English: Hoop star opens basketball academy

When Carl English returned to Newfoundland and Labrador in 2017, he said part of the move was to try to grow the sport of basketball in his home province.

St. John's park with troubled past gets massive makeover with new fruit forest

Tucked away between Long's Hill and Livingstone Street, Tessier Park is being given a new life by the community living around it after years of drugs and violence in the area.

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