Leigh Anne Power
Leigh Anne Power is a Gander-based reporter working with CBC Newfoundland Morning.
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Cause for a causeway? Long Island residents resume push for fixed link
After the resettlement of Little Bay Islands, residents on nearby Long Island are resurrecting an old idea — retiring the current ferry for a causeway.
'She was more than just a body. She was a person': Mother raising money for stillborn beds
When Kelsey Vincent went to a prenatal scan in her 26th week of her first pregnancy, she never expected to come home without a baby.
'Startling' rise in number of people acting as their own lawyers in N.L., says judge
It's not uncommon to look at a court docket in this province and find nearly half of litigants acting as their own lawyers.
Farm mentorship program grows N.L.'s food production, one protege at a time
A government plan to increase the amount of food grown in the province is bearing fruit — or at least vegetables.
Bye bye, french fries! Ciao, chicken nuggets! New school food rules being tested in pilot project
Students across Newfoundland and Labrador's school system could see very different food offerings in their cafeterias, canteens and vending machines next year.
Municipalities looking for loopholes to avoid hefty bills under new waste-water rules
With dozens of N.L. towns unable to afford costly upgrades to waste-water treatment infrastructure, administrators are unofficially looking for ways to avoid hefty fines for non-compliance.
Newfoundland veteran afraid for Kurdish fighters in Syria after U.S. troop withdrawal
Leading Seaman Michael Kennedy retired from the Royal Canadian Navy in 2016.
Company behind Lewisporte energy plant has history of false starts and rejected projects
Synergy World Power has no completed plants and has been turned down by other governments.
Gander Legion the latest to benefit from Come From Away donations
The musical Come From Away keeps giving back to the people of Gander.
Gambo, a town that became a haven for stranded airline passengers, remembers 9/11
The students of Smallwood Academy in Gambo don't remember when their school became a temporary haven for hundreds of stranded airline passengers.
Gander business owners say council hampers them with poor communication and red tape
A group of Gander business owners say they're fed up with the town council, though the town's mayor says the complaints are unfounded.
Pot offers new hope for rural towns hurt by decline of the fishery
With legal pot a growing industry in the country, and edibles about to become available in the fall, lots of prospective businesspeople are trying to get a piece of the action.
Costs overboard: What you're paying for with emergency ferry fixes
The MV Veteran and the MV Legionnaire were supposed to be the stars of the province's ferry fleet when they were built in Romania in 2015.
Meet burger behemoths Mudder Trucker and the Frankensteiner
If you're in the mood for a burger the size of your head or more poutine than one person can eat, you can head to South Brook, about an hour west of Grand Falls-Windsor.
Grand Falls-Windsor ordered to install carbon monoxide detectors in stadium
The Town of Grand Falls-Windsor has to find at least $10,000 in its budget to cover the cost of new equipment at Windsor Stadium.