The Atlantic bubble that was pierced Monday when Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador left is now in tatters with New Brunswick’s announcement that it is pulling out.
A group of medical students from Memorial University are in the midst of running one of St. John's most challenging routes every day for an entire month, sweating it out up Signal Hill in support of Newfoundland and Labrador's Arthritis Society
As the premier of Newfoundland and Labrador stared down the barrel of the camera Monday and offered a stern warning to rotational workers, some sat in isolation or at faraway work camps and worried about how much pressure they'd face at home
Health authorities in Newfoundland and Labrador say at least 44 of the province's 67 coronavirus cases are connected to one St. John’s funeral home, where someone returning from a trip outside the country attended a funeral.
Finally a reason why the army was called in to snowy Toronto almost exactly 21 years ago. It was just a training mission for a real emergency like the one in Newfoundland and Labrador this weekend.
A state of emergency has been declared in Canada after severe snowstorms hit Newfoundland and Labrador As much as 30in (76cm) of snow has fallen, leaving some residents trapped in their own homes
The @StJohnsRegatta isn’t just about who crosses the finish line first – it’s about a community coming together to cheer each other on, and the warmth & heart of the people who call Newfoundland and Labrador home. Thanks for another great Regatta Day!
The Simpsons is taking fire over this scene that references "stupid Newfies" and seal clubbing. The scene about Newfoundland and Labrador has some people saying the show went too far.
Today, we apologize to former students of Newfoundland and Labrador residential schools and to the families, loved ones, and communities for the painful & tragic legacy these schools left behind:
…and in other Newfoundland and Labrador news, a moose is wandering around the St. John's airport. Thanks to for the video!
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Toby Obed, a residential school survivor, share a powerful moment before Trudeau's apology to Newfoundland and Labrador residential school survivors earlier today. Read more: