Mike Moore


Mike Moore is a journalist who works with the CBC Newfoundland and Labrador bureau in St. John's. He can be reached by email at mike.moore@cbc.ca.

Latest from Mike Moore

Mayor says St. John's in early talks with Uber to improve downtown safety

A funding announcement on Thursday saw Mayor Danny Breen reveal the city has been eyeing changes to its bylaws in hopes of attracting ride-sharing companies.

Despite lack of permanent shelter, homeless people in Gander evicted from hotel rooms

With tourism season around the corner, Gander's homeless population will soon have to find a new place to live. 

Kelly Cup run ends for Growlers after double overtime loss in St. John's

The dogs of Newfoundland came up just one goal shy of forcing a Game 7. 

Bar owner fears downtown St. John's construction will ruin his business this summer

With Water Street in downtown St. John's in the final phase of a multiyear water and sewer infrastructure project, the cacophony of machinery has the owner of a new business is worried it will keep customers away from his first patio on the pedestrian mall this summer.

N.L. government announces more cash for Ukrainian housing, jobs

The government of Newfoundland and Labrador announced $11 million for Ukrainian refugees to secure permanent housing and jobs across the province on Wednesday. 

Nunatsiavut president says PM's visit to Nain was encouraging but housing remains priority

Nunatsiavut President Johannes Lampe says housing and food security remained priority talking points during Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's visit to northern Labrador on Friday.

For compost awareness week, these N.L. groups focus on growing

Two groups on opposite sides of Newfoundland are digging in on composting and educating the public on food waste in an effort to grow the cause and celebrate International Compost Awareness Week.

N.L. expands health-care notification system to push back against missed appointments

Newfoundland and Labrador is expanding its health-care automated notification system in an attempt to cut down on patients missing their appointments — which, in turn, further backs up wait lists.

The Boyle's back: High school hockey teams vying for title that's more than 100 years old

What's believed to be the second-oldest trophy in the history of hockey — behind only the coveted Stanley Cup — is back in the spotlight after sitting idle in the provincial archives as an artifact for years. 

Tentative deal reached that could see snow crab harvesters back on the water

The Fish, Food & Allied Workers union has reached a tentative deal that could see snow crab harvesters back on the water in short order.