Jonathan Crowe

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Jonathan Crowe cohosts Here & Now for CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. He has previously worked as a reporter, producer and videojournalist.

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Time to shake things up a bit: Jonathan Crowe's farewell thoughts

Earlier this month, Jonathan Crowe decided to pursue an opportunity to teach young journalists. Here & Now's cohost reflects on what he's learned.
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The heartbreak of lost Shea Heights fishermen, for friends, families and reporters alike

Veteran reporter Jonathan Crowe has covered a lot of deaths in his time on air, but the accident at sea that claimed the lives of four fishermen stands out as particularly tragic.
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Batman, Robin and the hovercraft: Jonathan Crowe's memories for Father's Day

When it comes to Father's Day memories, CBC's Jonathan Crowe has some epic tales of his father Ian.

Dragging tires up the hill, and other life lessons with a mountaineer

As TA Loeffler prepares for her third expedition up Mount Everest, Here & Now's Jonathan Crowe trains with her, and gains some insight into what she's learned over the years.

Gasping to understand why people smoke outside hospitals

A serious bout with a respiratory illness has made me see how unsettling it is to see smokers right on the doorstep of a St. John's hospital, writes Jonathan Crowe.

On FHRITP, and how Shauna Hunt became my new hero

A vulgar confrontation caught on camera between soccer fans and a female reported sparked discussion on social media and, as CBC's Jonathan Crowe writes, teaches a valuable lesson about harassment.

Notes from a proud, unapologetic Momma's boy

Judith was born in Yorkshire, met a rambunctious young Englishman from a nearby village, started a family in Africa and relocated to Canada. Jonathan Crowe tells us the story of his mum.

As far as music goes, I have some vinyl thoughts on the matter

Vinyl records were supposed to have gone the way of the dinosaur, or at least the eight-track cassette. For Jonathan Crowe, the resurgence in vinyl among young music fans is great news indeed.

How Jean Béliveau helped launch my career

A nervous young McGill graduate found far more than he expected when he placed a call to the Montreal Forum, in the hope of reaching hockey legend Jean Béliveau.

Allan Cup: Could hockey's top amateur prize be won on home ice?

The Clarenville Caribous and this year's senior champs from Grand Falls-Windsor both have a chance to win the 107-year-old Allan Cup, writes Jonathan Crowe.