By: Robert Shawn
Hockey is as Canadian as maple syrup or ketchup chips. Almost every little boy and girl in this country, at one point or another, has delved into our nation’s national winter sport.
Steve Joy is no different. His involvement in the game goes back 37 years when
This country’s Minister of Veterans Affairs and the Associate Minster of National Defence is Newfoundland & Labrador MP Seamus O’Regan. While proud of his political role, the member for St. John’s South – Mount Pearl has some personal connections to the military and Beaumont-Hamel, ties that makes what he does
Few emerging artists have made quite the impression in such a short span as indie rockers Newspaper Fashion Show. Oddly named, yet undeniably addictive live or dialed in to a set of headphones or bluetooth speaker, the five-piece group of Jacob Quinton, Jeremy Gillam, Aaron Beswick, John Purchase and Zakk
The following is an official statement from the office of Minister of Veterans Affairs and the Associate Minister of National Defence, Newfoundland and Labrador’s MP Seamus O’Regan, regarding his recent surgery.
On Monday, Minister O’Regan was not feeling great and Tuesday it got worse. Assuming it was the flu,
From undisputed Newfoundland icon Gordon Pinsent comes the story Martin’s Hagge, one which aptly, subtly and with great humour yet great sensitivity, tackles depression and axiety. The short story was based off of Pinsent’s real battle with mental illness and has since been adapted into an acclaimed short film directed
After a bloody and brutal first season, Discovery’s Frontier comes roaring back with its sophomore year on October 18th. Largely filmed in Newfoundland and Labrador, the explosive and gripping series has caught fire thanks largely in part to an ensemble cast which includes Newfoundlanders Shawn Doyle and Allan Hawco.