On June 27, 1905, two teams of explorers set off on a race across Labrador’s interior.
For he goes birling down a-down the white water / That’s where the log driver learns to step lightly
Merchant mariners faced constant threat from enemy submarines, destroyers and aircraft during the Second World War.
How nice it would be if we always voted as though it’s a right worth fighting for.
Captain Bob Bartlett of Brigus skippered some of the most famous – and dangerous – expeditions ever made to the Arctic. This month is the 65th anniversary of his death.
On this day in 1914, a tragedy was unfolding on the North Atlantic ice floes.
Although not as devastating as the one that struck Japan last week, a tsunami once hit Newfoundland’s south coast
In what is quite possibly the province’s newest newspaper, it makes sense to look back at the earliest mass media in Newfoundland and Labrador.