With the threat of COVID-19 ever looming over us, many were concerned that Halloween and Trick-or-Treating would be affected, or even cancelled, as a result. This past Wednesday, Dr. Janice Fitzgerald, Chief Medical Officer of Health for the province, assured the public that celebrating Halloween can be done safely and will not be affected by […]

As Dominion works across the province man the picket lines, they are urging Loblaws, Dominion’s parent company, to donate perishables that would otherwise go to waste to local food banks. “We are aware that there are perishables in the stores and there are people in need across Newfoundland,” says Unifor National President Jerry Dias. “Unifor […]

The Newfoundland and Labrador English School District has released their plan for a ‘A Safe Return to School’ this September. In short, students will be heading back to the classroom with the following changes coming into effect: Cleaning Protocols ●  The District has hired additional custodial staff and adjusted their duties to maximize hours spent […]

The 93rd Tely 10 Mile Road Race has been cancelled according to the Newfoundland and Labrador Athletics Association. The race, which was pushed to November 1st do to the COVID-19 pandemic, will instead be held virtually for the first time ever. #StayHomeTely2020 will offer four virtual challenges, including shorter and longer distances: – Kids Tely-10 […]

The ECHL Board of Governors, in conjunction with the Professional Hockey Players’ Association, has decided to push the start of the 2020-21 season December 4, 2020. The league says 72 games will be scheduled. “We are eager to return to hockey, but at this time we believe this decision is prudent for the safety of […]

The Newfoundland Growlers were forced to cut their season short this past year due to COVID-19. Now it looks like the oncoming season for the team will also be affected. “You want to do the right things. Make the right decisions,” says Senior Vice President & Alternate Governor Trevor Murphy. “We’ve had to adjust, and I […]

The town of Pasadena is ensuring those with mobility issues can still enjoy the beach on a warm, sunny day. The town is now offering MobiMats and beach-ready wheelchairs. The chairs and the mats enable the user to traverse the sandy beach and movie towards the water’s edge. “We are ready to roll at Pasadena […]

Bev Freeman and I spent all morning on the water had a picnic played music Lots of videos. But in this one the whales came to us we were at complete stop for a long time, it’s crazy I missed the spy hopping on video but though we share even if we are a little […]

Since the start of the pandemic, many charitable organizations have been struggling. The Royal Canadian Legion, who rely heavily on revenue generated from renting out their buildings for social gatherings, says they are losing approximately $50 000 a month. When Madonna Porter heard Legions all over the province are hurting, she decided to donate her […]

After 42 days since the last new case was discovered, 3 weeks since the last active case was recorded, and 1 week into the Atlantic Bubble, Newfoundland and Labrador has a new case of COVID-19. The new case, the first new case since late May, is in the Eastern Health region and is said to […]



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