Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be in Happy Valley-Goose Bay this Friday to apologize to Newfoundland and Labrador's residential school survivors. More
Former Crown prosecutor Nick Westera was believed to have inappropriate ties to women other than Felicia Pynn, a high ranking police officer told court.
Peppermint Nobs are just one element of the new mural for Purity Factories in St. John's.video
It may still be November, but CBC Music is already sizing up the best tunes of the year.
The Crown is expected to wrap up its case at the Brandon Phillips murder trial in St. John’s this week. A firearms expert testified Monday morning.
Artist Frank Lapointe says that for him, painting has always been easier than talking — and taking his time is an important element of his work.readcomments video
Rock Recipes author Barry Parsons combines tangy and spicy flavours for a salmon recipe that leans on good old Canadian maple.
A man in his early 50s was assaulted in his home in the Conception Bay community of Avondale early Sunday morning.
Special shoelaces and a display of red crosses are reminders of what was lost due to drunk drivers.
Brian Robert King cried as he told the court he hopes his sentence will bring justice and closure to the family of Hannah Thorne.
The Newfoundland and Labrador government Monday announced terms of reference for an upcoming inquiry into the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project.
A fire has destroyed a restaurant in Port Saunders.
$77K and climbing: Shea Heights woman facing rehabilitation, steep medical bills after stroke in U.S.
Erica Norman is thankful to have her life, her friends, and her community after a stroke at the age of 27.
The provincial government is looking for a cheaper way to provide ferry services to seven communities on Newfoundland's south coast.
Dentistry has gone to the dogs.
Brett Smith says his mom sometimes calls him her hero for not letting cerebral palsy keep him from enjoying sports.audio
Newfoundland and Labrador's first National Basketball League team beat the Island Storm in Charlottetown, 97-96.
Don't miss a single update from CBC journalists across Newfoundland and Labrador.
The second fire on Mount Scio Road in two weeks brought traffic to a close on Sunday afternoon, as the basement of a vacant home burned.
Ross Barney likes what he is hearing from the provincial government's plan on legal marijuana.
The city of St. John's has announced its annual food drive begins Nov. 20, and Deputy Mayor Sheilagh O'Leary says it's more important than ever for people to donate.
More than a thousand people from around the world are locked in a competition to see if they can come up with a better way to spot icebergs off the coast of Newfoundland.
After over 30 years on the mainland, the Keoughs move back to the Northern Peninsula, just in time for their family's annual lobster boil in Parson's Pond.
Four saxophonists and a drummer are an unusual band lineup, and Ouroboros founder Greg Bruce says it’s a combination that gets their audiences on their feet.audio
After two decades, billions of dollars and the occasional global collapse, quite a lot changed once Hibernia went into production, writes John Gushue.video
Harbour Grace is "starved" for hockey, according to a longtime fan and volunteer with the once-legendary CeeBee Stars.
Don't miss a single update from CBC journalists across Newfoundland and Labrador.
Pete Parsons welcomed visitors from all over the globe but the attention was too much and he locked the doors years ago.audio
Last year, Jeremy Charles and 45 of the world's top chefs were invited to Milan, Italy, to come up with hearty meals made out of food waste to feed Milan's homeless.
Frank the pigeon has a new lease on life thanks to a couple of eagle-eyed animal lovers who spotted him stuck to an industrial dumpster outside a shopping mall in St. John's.
This 1974 Land & Sea episode profiles two remarkable men: schooner skipper Captain Arch Thornhill and Inuit elder Martin Martin.
The Veteran is out of service for the third time in two years, and there are questions about who will have to pay for the latest repairs.
Police say Victoria Head's murder may have been connected to her work in the sex trade.
The Newfoundland and Labrador is looking at a system that would allow some drivers to work off their fines with community service.
The live blog puts all the tweets, pics, posts and stories from the CBC Newfoundland and Labrador team in one easy-to-read stream.
A former high-profile Crown prosecutor was in a relationship with Felicia Pynn, the sister of convicted killer Philip Pynn, a Supreme Court heard this week.
Legal age of 19 and no toking in public are expected to be included in the plan, CBC News has learned.
The speaker of the Nunatsiavut assembly says the resignation takes effect immediately.
Police are searching for the masked man who entered the Charm Diamond Store Thursday night at the Village Shopping Centre.
'Help' or 'love' might not garner a lot of points on the Scrabble board, but they certainly do in life.video
A Torbay man was found not guilty this week of six charges after the victim gave the court what appeared to be a different version of events from the one she had told police.
Theatre and tourism got a major boost in Cow Head Friday with the provincial and federal governments announcing money for a new theatre complex.
An expert from Ottawa testified he discovered gunshot residue on the outside of a hat that the Crown contends was worn by Brandon Phillips.
A man charged with being an accessory after the fact to manslaughter after a notorious fatal 2011 shooting in St. John's has been found not guilty.
The former CEO of the Baffin Fisheries Coalition says he never defrauded the company, and is now countersuing the BFC for nearly $20 million for breach of contract and defamation.
The announcement comes a day after Innu Nation Grand Chief Gregory Rich said he was embarrassed because the federal government wouldn't be there.
Simon Fraser University senior Julia Howley has high hopes for her third National Collegiate Athletics Association Division II championship race.
The province's protector of information and privacy has a few concerns with the newly drafted Prescription Monitoring Act government hopes to make law early next year.
Gunnlaugson defeated Calgary's Kevin Koe 8-6 in the afternoon draw to move into sole possession of first place in their pool. Koe fell to 2-1.
Kaetlyn Osmond is looking to follow up her Grand Prix of Figure Skating gold medal at Skate Canada earlier this season and leads after the ladies' short program on Friday at the Internationaux de France.readcomments video
Twenty years ago on Nov. 17, 1997, Hibernia's first oil announcement put Newfoundland and Labrador officially in the oil business.video
'There's no shame in saying I'm having a hard day today'
His wife wants him to step down, but Hamlyn says he still has the energy to run the town
Business and Arts NL build relationships during meetings in St. John's
Organization recently upgraded Harvey Road space to make it more accessible
Kim White isn't looking for a mansion, but even a modest home seems out of reach
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