The Avalon Peninsula was hampered by inclement weather on Saturday, as the area's first blizzard came through. More
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Maggie Drover has been busy working on the perfect nail polish formula, and she hopes to turn it into a successful business.
Land & Sea first visted Gaultois in 1981, when the Lake Group announced the closure of the fish plant, nearly a decade before FPI closed the plant for good.
This is arguably the busiest shopping weekend of the Christmas season, with last-minute shoppers taking to the malls and box stores to get gifts.
Charles Hinkle was four points away from setting a league record, as the St. John's Edge came back from 20 points down on the Windsor Express.
At 2:21 a.m. Saturday, it was reported that a cab struck a man in the downtown area of St. John's.
Newfoundland and Labrador could soon be cutting down on the number of moose hunting licences it gives out because of decline in animal population.
They might be little, but they can come with big needs. An animal rescue group in St. John's wants people to think twice before putting a pet under the Christmas tree.
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Supporters of a Labrador Inuk woman denied access to a liver transplant waitlist because of alcohol abuse rallied at Confederation Building in St. John's Friday.
The family of Happy Valley-Goose Bay Mayor John Hickey says he has died of a shotgun injury suffered last weekend.
Students at St. Andrew's Elementary in St. John's are learning all about what it means to have an inclusive holiday season, without sacrificing their own traditions.
After 10 years of campaigning, a rock in the Exploits River will be named after the Beothuk chief it resembles.audio
The Public Health Agency of Canada has confirmed that one person has died from E. coli infection but says privacy laws prevent it from saying where.
The new site has a 16-stall barn, a large indoor and an Olympic-sized outdoor riding rings, riding trails, accessible washrooms, as well as an enclosed observation room and a multipurpose room.video
The union representing registered nurses in Newfoundland and Labrador is fired up and speaking out following controversial comments from deputy minister of health.
A Marine Atlantic spokesperson says that there are around 150 commercial vehicles waiting in North Sydney and 200 in Port aux Basques.
A school bus and a car collided just before 9 a.m. on Friday in Portugal Cove-St. Philip's, just outside St. John's.
Talk about music to their ears.
The founder and president of one of Newfoundland and Labrador's leading seafood companies, Quinlan Bros. Ltd., has died.
Victoria Best was a music teacher, a volunteer and a mental health advocate. Tragically, her own mental illness got the best of her Monday.
The first snowstorm of the season is set to hit eastern Newfoundland on Saturday.
Jason Marsh has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for his involvement in two shootings in St. John's in 2013.
The discovery of a painted rock in Scotland last week is a special reminder to Lisa Butler that her brother, Barry Cole, is still touching people's hearts after his death.
Brandon Phillips, who last week was found guilty of the second-degree murder of Larry Wellman, will be back in court for a sentencing hearing on February 22.
It's not what any driver wants to see in the review mirror but in this case the flashing lights of a police cruiser could bring something good.video
While the elected mayor of Happy Valley-Goose Bay lies in an induced coma, Deputy Mayor Wally Andersen will sit in his place.
The love for the popular processed meat extends to hanging a mini version of it on the Christmas tree.
Newfoundland and Labrador's $3-billion health system is in for a major shakeup, and the man leading the change is not shy about pinpointing the problems.
What's on the go for Friday, December 15th? Stay tuned to our live blog to find out.
A fixture outside the mall's movie theatre complex, the Starcade will accept its last token on January 28.
Unruly passenger prompts flight cancellation: 'I was extraordinarily scared. Like weak in the knees scared'
A Porter flight about to leave St. John's airport returned to the terminal Wednesday afternoon because of an unruly passenger.video
After some last-minute reshuffling, the 18 pairings are set for Canada's mixed doubles curling trials. Now it's time to decide who will represent the country when this quirky version of the sport makes its Olympic debut.readcomments video
RNC chief insists force has 'aggressive' charge policy for officers accused of intimate partner violence
The chief of the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary is weighing in on a recent CBC story about an officer under investigation for an alleged domestic abuse incident — despite previously turning down repeated requests for an interview.
Todd Young says he's using technology to treat busy people, and he's betting they will pay up front to save time and travel costs.audio
A Northern Pen hunter says the moose population has dropped dramatically — and what's left seem to be sick.
Transgender activist Gemma Hickey received a new birth certificate today. Hickey is not listed as female or male on the certificate, but rather as X.
There's a specialized unit within the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary that's dedicated to intimate partner violence.
Labrador's Delilah Saunders in critical condition from liver failure, can't get transplant due to protocols
The family of an Indigenous rights advocate from Newfoundland is considering legal action against an Ontario organ transplant agency after she was denied access to a liver transplant wait list based on a history of alcohol use disorder.
A budding marijuana entrepreneur says government needs to keep prices below $10 a gram if it wants to end the black market sale of cannabis.
A tree covered in bright purple lights shone bright for Cortney Lake on Thursday night.
CBC Investigates Red flags and 'rogue' movers: what to watch out for in the unregulated moving industry
Consumer and industry advocates say widespread issues in the moving industry, that exist across the country, are linked to government deregulation decades ago — a move that's resulted in no required licensing or oversight.
An emergency landing in Gander could have gone much worse if not for the pilot's skill, says the airport authority's CEO.
Former CBC journalist Roger Bill was at Penney's press conference in 1988, following the conviction of a priest, Jim Hickey.
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The St. John's Edge's lost its first of three road games Wednesday night to the KW Titans, 99-92.
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A male Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officer is under investigation for an alleged domestic abuse incident, CBC News has learned.
Boy will remain in league where he's skated for three years, after local woman offered to rent him and his grandfather an apartment.video
Humane Services is warning people after a homeless cat was found with a snare around its neck right in the centre of St. John's.
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