Jeremy Eaton

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

Latest from Jeremy Eaton

How a quick-thinking doctor with a drill saved a man's life

Dr. Paul Patey knows a young man could lose his life unless he does something.

After a decade-long fight, a Filipino woman finally brings her son to Newfoundland

The upcoming 10th anniversary of Mylene Badiola's arrival in Newfoundland and Labrador coincides with her birthday in June — and for the first time in a decade she will get to celebrate with her son.

How a passion for fashion got these students out of the classroom and into a studio

Five Grade 8 students from a St. John's school wanted to learn more about the world of fashion design — so they went straight to the source.

Hoop dreams: Mount Pearl woman courts NBA talent as one of the league's youngest agents

For the past few years Stacey Leawood has been on the move, whether as a varsity track runner, a Memorial University student finishing her degree in Toronto or, these days, flying around North America chasing her dream.

In Newfoundland and Labrador, an Olympic curling bronze is still golden

With the sun not yet risen over the Gushue family home in St. John's Friday morning, some of Team Gushue's biggest supporters watched the bronze-medal game with hearts overflowing with pride.

RNC says police seized 'ghost guns' for the first time in N.L.

The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary says it's seized 85 guns and an assortment of gun parts manufactured with a 3D printer — what police are calling a first in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Looking for a pond skate this winter? Here's how to stay safe amid the wacky weather

With all the wild changes in N.L.'s weather over the past few weeks, a safety group is urging people to use caution before stepping out onto any body of water.

St. John's 'COVID Hotel' sees spike in guests looking for a safe space

As COVID-19 began a dramatic rise in Newfoundland and Labrador with record daily case counts in late December, a safe space many people in St. John’s didn’t even know about began seeing more visitors.

As stock flies off the shelves, 'rapid' tests live up to their name for these N.L. businesses

A store that specializes in health and safety training is seeing a surge in sales due to COVID-19 rapid tests, while a registered nurse is having a hard time getting her hands on them.

With 116 Afghan refugees safely in St. John's the real work begins

In a parish hall in St. John's, the Association for New Canadians is helping newcomers adjust to life in N.L.

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