Mark Quinn

CBC News

Mark Quinn is a videojournalist with CBC's bureau in St. John's.

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People living near Rennie's River say St. John's too slow to fix flooding nightmare

St. John's residents living along Rennie's River are calling on the city to keep a promise it made five years ago to prevent future flood damage to their homes.

VP of troubled N.L. union local says newly elected officers did nothing wrong

One of the leaders of a troubled Newfoundland union local says he welcomes an investigation into allegations of financial wrongdoing.

Electrical workers union local suspended, facing allegations of financial wrongdoing

Senior union officials have temporarily shut down a local chapter of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers in N.L. amid allegations that members' money was misused.

N.L. government doubles down on new Waterford location on flood plain

The provincial government says the Health Sciences Centre and the facility replacing the Waterford Hospital will be protected from flooding by berms.

Private vote for Crime Stoppers campaign was wrong, says former St. John's councillor

The vote didn't meet the criteria to be private and should have gone to a public meeting, says Jonathan Galgay.

Dwight Ball's 'broken promise': Residential school survivors await apology

Residential school survivors in Newfoundland and Labrador say Premier Dwight Ball's apology to them is long overdue, but Ball says it will happen.

Mother furious after Nevaeh Denine's photo used for anti-vaccination 'propaganda'

"It's a really cruel way to get people to support your cause," says Holly Denine.

City of St. John's getting in the way of downtown development, says property owner

A St. John's businessman says the stop-work order issued at the Fortis Building is the latest shot in his ongoing battle with the city.

Credibility central to Paradise man's dangerous driving, forcible confinement trial

It all comes down to what happened in the minutes before Joshua Steele-Young's car left Pitts Memorial drive and rolled on March 20, 2017.

A Paradise driver says he lost control and rolled car after ex-girlfriend pushed him

A driver and passenger agree they were having an angry yelling match before a crash, but they have very different versions of the details of what went on in the car before it rolled.

Liberal insulin pump promise 'devastating,' says diabetic who lost funding

A St. John's woman who lost provincial coverage for her insulin pump says the Liberals' recent promise to expand funding for the device doesn't go far enough.

Keep the change — cashless parking coming to St. John's this year

While some see vandalized, headless meters as an opportunity for free parking, city council sees it differently.

Evicted tenants in middle of spat between landlord, St. John's councillor

The former leaseholder, Coun. Dave Lane, says he's "embarrassed" there was no occupancy permit, but says the building's owner is using the dispute to settle a score with the City of St. John's.

No insulin pump coverage a 'bombshell' — and could be a $1.3M hit to N.L.

People with diabetes are calling on Newfoundland and Labrador's government to make a change they say will protect their health and save the province money.

Keep promise to allow cataract surgery in private clinics, eye doctor urges government

A Newfoundland and Labrador ophthalmologist is calling on the provincial government to make good on its announcement that it will allow publicly-insured cataract surgery in some private clinics.