Come Home 2022 has been a huge success for the province of Newfoundland & Labrador, but the real winners are those who have had the privilege of touring this beauty of a province and meeting the incredible folks who dedicate themselves to delighting others.
One visit to any area of
One woman from Charlottetown, NL makes big changes for the better with a goal to help others do the same
Mel Simmonds and her husband Brad had everything they could want – except for good health. “In 2018 I was at my heaviest, well on my way to 450lbs… medication
Mark Bowering, co-owner at Walsh’s Farm, won’t be singing the blues this berry season as the crew enjoy the fruits of their labour and celebrate a blueberry bumper crop
Mark Bowering just might have the most perfect working conditions possible and as we stand in his Walsh’s Farm ‘office’ –
Those dedicated to the tourism industry in NL tirelessly showcase the best this province has to offer, and all are worthy of one enthusiastic standing ovation
The Newfoundland Herald has hit the road this summer and we’ve visited some incredible locations. From Salvage, Tickle Cove and Keels to Steady Brook,
By: Jason Sheppard
A celebrated Labrador artist shares his story of losing everything because of alcohol and drug addictions ?– finding his way back to sobriety by creating art
Scott Pynn, born and raised in Labrador City, began painting and drawing at a young age under the guidance of his grandfather,
*Originally published in our August 28-September 3, 2022 issue
It’s been an interesting summer, and there’s certainly been much to celebrate. My daughter turned 14 for one thing, and we have had the pleasure of spending many a day together touring the province.
We’ve had some wild mother/daughter adventures. In
Ryan Snelgrove and his family give back to the autism community in the best way possible: by sharing their talent and love of music with others
Proud dad Chris Snelgrove extended the invite to one and all.
“Good morning. My son Ryan was the recipient this year of the Hair
There was a time when summers in Newfoundland were only a short break from winter woes. Our summer started when the caplin stopped rolling and was done and over with by Regatta week.
Well, things have certainly changed. Fire bans are in place and a forest fire in Conception Bay
*Originally published in our July 24-30, 2022 issue
You know I am privileged to live in a major centre (all things are relative) and to have a family doctor. The corridors of the Health Sciences are familiar to me because I have been there many times with the assorted afflictions