Meghan McCabe is a journalist who works with CBC News in St. John's.
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Family business celebrates 75 years of Pepsi in Newfoundland
If you've ever heard Newfoundland and Labrador referred to as a "Pepsi province," it's got a lot to do with the Browning Harvey family business.
PCs accuse government of 'deliberate' inaction on methylmercury at Muskrat
After hearing testimony from government officials at the Muskrat Falls inquiry, the PC opposition accused the Liberals of waiting until it's too late to reduce the risk of methylmercury poisoning food supply.
Everything's coming up Kraken, as St. John's company picks up rare U.S. military contract
A local robotics company is taking major steps on the international market with rare U.S. navy contract, another with a U.S. outfit, and a new facility in Halifax.
Sue's socks warm feet, honour legacy of volunteerism one pair at a time
Susan Miller’s family say she was devoted to helping others, so they’re carrying on her initiative to give socks filled with basic necessities to vulnerable people — just now without her.
After backlash, Crime Stoppers ends its anonymous poster campaign
Unpopular with St. John's business owners, a poster campaign by Crime Stoppers has at least one tourist picking up the message locals fear.
Different game as minority gov't 'like the playoffs,' political scientist says
In the game of politics, one political scientist says Newfoundland and Labrador's Liberal minority government makes for a different game - one that will be interesting to watch.
A sense of hope and relief for N.L. witnesses as MMIWG inquiry files report
With sweeping calls for change, the missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls inquiry report filed Monday is encouraging to two N.L. women who testified.
MUN grads make history as 1st teachers trained with Inuit traditions
Students in the first and only Inuit bachelor of education class at Memorial University's Labrador Institute graduated in St. John's on Friday.
Young trans people seek understanding, and child advocate says education is key
Young trans people shared their struggles for a report from the province's child and youth advocate, which recommends five ways the government can improve their lives.
Hungry humpback brings crowds to Holyrood, but boaters be wary
A young humpback whale is feeding on herring in Holyrood, offering onlookers quite an up close and personal show — but DFO is reminding boaters to keep their distance.
St. John's housing prices will lead country in growth, according to Moody's
Homeowners hesitant to put their houses on the currently low market in St. John's might like the forecast from Moody's Analytics — prices are set to rise over the next few years.
With $1.25M donation, Hebron hopes students unlock ocean potential
The Hebron Project is donating $1.25 million over three years to the Oceans Learning Partnership, for teachers and K-12 students across the province.
Weekend food fishery not music to everyone's ears, says Shanneyganock's Chris Andrews
Weekends on the water may be good for a lot of people, but musician Chris Andrews says limiting the food fishery that way is difficult for a number of others like him.
Crosbie breaks silence, backtracking from fiery speech on election night
The PC leader says his remarks failed to recognize his party's achievements and its commitment to making the government work.
People already struggling with power bills worry about looming spectre of Muskrat Falls
Landlords, tenants and homeowners share similar thoughts on power affordability in Newfoundland and Labrador, and they're not optimistic.