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Mitch Marner joins Maple Leafs in Newfoundland for training camp
Mitch Marner and Maple Leafs general manager Kyle Dubas say bringing the team together and not missing any games were top of mind issues as they inked a six-year deal.
Linden MacIntyre shares personal connection to Newfoundland disaster in The Wake
As a journalist Linden MacIntyre covered adversity around the world, sharing the experiences of those caught in tragic circumstances, but he's waited decades to bring the story of his hometown to the page.
Premier's lawyer on defensive as Muskrat Falls inquiry wraps hearings
The inquiry into Muskrat Falls concluded its hearings Thursday with the commissioner asking pointed questions about Premier Dwight Ball's commitment to limiting methylmercury contamination.
Indigenous petroglyphs found for 1st time in Newfoundland
Archaeologists and the chief of Newfoundland and Labrador's Miawpukek First Nation are seeking provincial protection for petroglyphs that appear to be the first Indigenous carvings discovered on the island of Newfoundland.
Armed Forces to sweep explosives from Nazi-sunk ships off Newfoundland
The wrecks of four iron ore carriers felled by German U-boats in 1942 have rested off Newfoundland's Bell Island for decades.
N.L. captivated with marine visitors — and scientists couldn't be happier
Ordinary people's cell phone snaps and other photos are proving important for increasing scientific knowledge of sea creatures.
People can choose 'X' or opt out of including gender on N.S. IDs
Nova Scotians can now choose "X" as a gender indicator — or choose not to display a gender — on provincial identity cards.
Adventurers flock to spooky, deserted Newfoundland amusement park, train site
What's in store for the abandoned park's future? Nobody knows.
Nova Scotia's harsh winter coast stars in horror film screened at Cannes
Nova Scotia's unforgiving coast has a starring role — alongside Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson — in a new fantasy-horror film.
Muskrat Falls critic Jim Learning votes in provincial election for 1st time — for himself
"I've never voted in a Newfoundland election before, because I've never agreed with the government," he said.
Trial of man charged with child porn over sex doll hears closing arguments
Kenneth Harrisson, 54, ordered the doll from Japan in 2013 and it was intercepted on its way to his St. John's home.
Early icebergs enchant spectators along Newfoundland coastline
St. John's welcomed an unexpected early guest on Easter weekend: a sizable iceberg, a ridge of white framed between the hills of the Narrows leading into the city's harbour.
DNA quirk could reveal mysteries of Newfoundland's first European settlers
The mystery could be solved with time, luck and a wider pool of curious participants, says mathematician David Pike, who found the rare DNA profile.
Schools struggle with phone bans as debate rages over distraction and productivity
A flip-flop involving a school in eastern Newfoundland shows the tricky path that school administrators navigate in keeping cellphones in check.
Small rebound for N.L.'s northern cod, but stock still in critical zone
The stock still has a ways to go before it's out of the so-called critical zone.