Lukas Wall is a journalist and producer with CBC Newfoundland and Labrador in St. John's. He has a master's degree from the School of Media Studies at The New School, New York City. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Latest from Lukas Wall
House Calls: Silver Wolf Band on how life in Labrador fueled creativity through the pandemic
Labrador's Silver Wolf Band talk about how they have stayed creative through the pandemic and perform three songs — including two new ones.
House Calls: How the pandemic was a good thing for musician Natasha Blackwood
St. John's musician Natasha Blackwood performs two new songs and talks about reinvention during the pandemic.
Brett Gallant to leave Brad Gushue's team at end of curling season
In a tweet Saturday, Team Gushue said Gallant had decided to leave to join another team.
House Calls: Kelly McMichael on reducing touring musicians' carbon footprint
In the first episode of CBC N.L.'s new music series House Calls, St. John's singer-songwriter Kelly McMichael talks about climate change and performs her song Good Friends.
N.L. athletic therapist to join Canadian men's hockey team at Olympics
When the Canadian men's Olympic hockey team hits the ice in Beijing, Brian Cheeseman will be behind the scenes making sure the players are at their best.
After 3-month-old son admitted to ICU, N.L. mom urges people to 'protect the vulnerable' against COVID-19
"Get vaccinated, educate yourselves," said Newfoundland mom Kelsey Blais, after she and her infant son both tested positive for COVID-19. Her son spent three nights in an intensive care unit.
For the Love of Music: N.L. musicians share their holiday traditions
Everyone has their own special holiday traditions — read these holiday stories and traditions from Newfoundland and Labrador musicians, gathered as part of CBC N.L.'s For the Love of Music: Holiday House.
Crown, defence both focus on credibility, text messages in sexual assault case against teacher
The closing arguments in the case of a teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with a teenager he taught and coached centred on credibility and the interpretation of text messages.
Sexual messages with student just jokes, Noel Strapp testifies under cross-examination
A former teacher charged with sexual assault and sexual exploitation told provincial court in St. John's on Thursday that while he received inappropriate, sexual text messages from a student he taught and coached, they aren't indicative of a sexual relationship.
Noel Strapp denies any sexual encounter with former student during court testimony
While on the stand in provincial court in St. John's on Wednesday, Noel Strapp denied all allegations that he had a sexual relationship with a school student that he taught and coached.