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 […]

The Provincial Government has outlined its plan for a Fall return for K-12 students. How the 2020-2021 school year will operate will depend on a number of factors, including recommendations from public health officials. In anticipation of unforeseen circumstances, the re-entry plan is divided up into three possible scenarios. Scenario One will happen based the […]

Glovertown RCMP have charged a man following a social media post showing open alcohol in a vehicle. The Gambo native posted a picture of himself on his Facebook page showing him drinking a beer while in the front passenger seat of a car, with a child in the backseat. Glovertown #RCMPNL charges man following social media […]

Premier Dwight Ball announced this afternoon that Newfoundland & Labrador will be joining New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island in an Atlantic Bubble, easing travel restrictions in the four Atlantic provinces while cases of COVID-19 remain low. For NL, NB, NS, and PEI, unrestricted travel between the provinces without the requirement to self-isolate […]

After COVID-19 forced everyone to step off the hardcourt, the National Basketball League of Canada is ready to get back at it. “The National Basketball League of Canada is excited to return for its 10th season and proud to contribute to the re-build of our communities through the game of basketball,” said Deputy Commissioner Audley […]

A 25-year-old woman has died following an accident at a swimming hole in Flatrock. Police were called to an incident of a person in distress yesterday in the area of Hickey’s Lane. Reports indicated a woman had been swimming in the area and required rescuing. The RNC, firefighters, and paramedics were successful in locating the […]

The City of St. John’s has announced they are proceeding with the proposed Downtown pedestrian mall. In a press release, the City says the mall will come into effect on July 3 and run until September 7. During this time, Water Street from Bishop’s Cove to Job’s Cove will be open to pedestrian traffic only […]

With the number of cases of COVID-19 in a somewhat more manageable state within the four Atlantic provinces, there has been much talk regarding open up the borders between Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. However, Premier Dwight Ball is not too keen on the idea. In speaking in the […]

The 2020 school year was cut short due to the threat COVID-19. However with the number of active cases low and the Provincial Government gradually lifting restrictions relating to the pandemic, the English School District is already planning ahead so the next school year doesn’t suffer the same fate. In speaking with NTV  News, Tony […]

While restaurants are now able to open their doors once again, it’s not exactly “back to business.” With the threat of COVID-19 still very much present, restaurants and other food establishments are required to lower their seating capacity as to better promote physical distancing. Exile at JAG is dealing with this “new normal” by attempting […]



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