Carolyn Stokes is a reporter with CBC Newfoundland and Labrador, and frequently cohosts Here & Now.
Latest from Carolyn Stokes
Parents, bus driver fed up with 'epidemic' of motorists not stopping for school buses
'For goodness sake, stop, because you could kill a child," says Joe Pilgrim, who transports kids to and from school.
Three Pond Barrens unleashed? Group wants dogs able to roam free in park
"A lot of people want to be able to take their dogs and enjoy nature unrestricted."
On-screen sisters, real-life best friends drive the action on set of Little Orphans
From real-life best friends to on-screen sisters, the writer/star of the feature film Little Orphans bring together a team of women to bring the script to screen.
Point of View
Let it bee: How an infestation led me to become so passionate about the beauty of bees
Carolyn Stokes recounts how a fluke encounter started a journey that changed how she looks at honeybees and their world — and our world, too.
Clarke's Beach teen hockey star kicks off 2019 with Team Canada
Hockey Canada, and a major international tournament, has come calling for 17-year-old Shailynn Snow.
It's a little scary, and that's the point: What I learned at an offshore safety course
CBC reporter Carolyn Stokes tags along for a mandatory course where the stakes for offshore workers are quite real.
St. John's homelessness problem, by the numbers
Findings of an April 11 count were released Friday, shining light on a chronic problem.
Federal scientists 'deeply concerned' about salmon stocks
Researchers say the magnitude of decline is comparable to population levels during the commercial salmon moratorium in 1992.
The trailer truck came swinging at them like a bat, and somehow they survived
Sometimes, it takes is a split-second for a life to turn upside down. For Jenny Wright and her daughter, it happened on the Southern Shore Highway.
Turning 100, despite what the doctors said
Doctors once said a heart condition would kill Annette Vardy by age 21, but now she has celebrated her 100th birthday, a century of life helping others, proving how big her heart really is.
Far cry from Kazakhstan: Boy with 1 hand gets — and gives — armful of love in Paradise
Kirill Facey went from being an unwanted child in Kazakhstan to a much-loved son in Paradise, N.L., and he is thriving.
Double win: Cancer patient collects lottery jackpot and responds to chemo
A Mount Pearl, N.L., woman who was forced to continue working while dealing with breast cancer has won the Super Set for Life lottery, and she is finally responding to treatment.
Enjoy a canine cuddle during your teeth treatment
Dentistry has gone to the dogs.
Fighting 'chemo brain': Mother determined to make good memories
Diane Bishop is fighting for her life, and she is concentrating on enjoying every minute. But where will the money come to support herself and her family?
How a yellow Lab became a lifeline for boy with autism
Hershey, a service dog trained to help children with autism, has been paired with 10-year-old Noah Peddle and never leaves his side. The two are best friends.