Jeremy Eaton is a reporter and videojournalist with CBC Newfoundland and Labrador.
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This non-profit is falling short of what it needs to make holiday magic
In a City of St. John's-run building sits dozens of sets of hockey gear waiting to be handed out to kids who might need a little help getting involved. But the group that gives them out says without more funding, it won't be able to help everyone who needs it.
CrossFit athletes pushing for personal bests at 7th annual Rock Games
After completing a gruelling, hour-long workout, drenched in sweat, the CrossFit class at Islander Athletics is all smiles and high-fives.
Keeping her on her toes: St. John's teen dancing at National Ballet School
Keira O'Keefe starts her school day lacing up her ballet shoes before heading out to stretch. The teenager is part of a select group at Canada's National Ballet School in Toronto.
Memorial University med students running Signal Hill to help stroke survivor classmate
Memorial University's second-year medical school students are supporting one of their own with this year's edition of their annual fundraiser Hills for Humanity.
Newfoundland Growlers' season kicks off with strong Toronto Marlies lineup presence
New coaches and nearly a dozen new American Hockey League players will kick off a new ECHL season for the Growlers on Friday.
TBL? BSL? ABA? New season means new league and new letters for the Newfoundland Rogues
When the Newfoundland Rogues' third season in franchise history begins in January, they'll be part of what's being called the Basketball Super League.
Filipino family reunited in St. John's following 11-year immigration fight
Mylene Badiola made a decision to leave her three young children in the Philippines so she could come to Canada to make money to send home.
Swimmers prepping to cross the Tickle to Bell Island, raising money for mental health
It's long, it's cold and it's tiring, but for 11 years now swimmers have pushed themselves to cross the Tickle from Portugal Cove-St. Philip's to Bell Island in the name of mental health.
46 years later, this 1977 Canada Games gold medallist looks back on his historic race
As the calendar creeps closer to the start of the 2025 Canada Games in St. John's, one of the biggest heroes from the last time the city played host remembers the moment that launched his swimming career.
Feds pump brakes on St. John's mountain bike trail expansion
The elaborate mountain bike trail system that runs through the east end of St. John's might go unnoticed by many, but it hasn't been missed by the federal government, which sat down with the Avalon Mountain Bike Association earlier this year and asked them to stop expanding the trails.