A cultural icon, Newfoundland hero and Hockey Hall of Famer, Bob Cole opens up on the release of his debut biography, Now I’m Catching On.
If you dare to call yourself a flag waving, passionate hockey fan, you are aware of the exact magnitude to which Bob Cole is embedded
By: Ken Reid
Despite all we know, or think we know, about pit bulls, the truth just might surprise us all
This summer, the media was aflutter with news that a pit bull mauled a woman in Quebec. The report met with widespread outrage. Various municipalities in Quebec discussed enacting
Some of this province’s best represent Canada at the 2016 Cadet and Junior Pam-American Karate Championships
Five athletes from this province will be in Ecuador in August representing Canada at the 2016 Cadet and Junior Pam-American Karate Championships that take place in Guayaquil, Ecuador from August 22-28.
It’s the first
As a raging wildfire later referred to as ‘The Beast” bore down upon Fort McMurray, residents like Courtney Abbott hoped for the best while never imagining the worst.
The raging wildfire that has laid waste to an area larger than the Avalon Peninsula, wrecking one-tenth of Fort McMurray, destroying 2,400
Marine Park in Pouch Cove offers great family camping, top-notch convenience and now exciting and adventurous summer camps for kids!
Dave Snow, owner of Lakewood Development which owns Marine Park in Pouch Cove, says he is living the dream. Growing up in a family of seven, with every family member
If there’s a nurse in your family, reach out and give them an unsolicited thank you for being their best when you, or someone you love, is at their worst! No doubt you’ve called on their care and comfort more times than you can count. A nurse is never off duty for family. So remember, the next time they offer you a piece of celery, chow down, and know they are doing so with only your best interests, and your intestines, in mind!
Singer-songwriter Ian Foster is set to present his sophomore short film Keystone at this year’s Nickel Independent Film Festival
Ian Foster told The Herald in a recent interview that he’s worn a different amount of hats in his artistic career in Newfoundland and Labrador. Quite so.
Foster is a notable
Nova Scotia Band’s Busy Year Includes Stops on the rock. Blink and you’ll miss Hillsburn, Nova Scotia, nestled alongside the Bay of Fundy. According to Rosanna Burrill, one of the singers in the five-piece folk group of the same name, it’s a hidden gem worth discovering.
The same can be said
Chart topping Canadian fan favourites return to Newfoundland and Labrador to headline the 30th anniversary of Lewisporte’s Mussel Bed Soiree. Founding member Sébastien Lefebvre took time out of the band’s busy touring schedule to chat with The Herald, touching on NL memories, the bands fifth studio album and advice for aspiring musicians.