Legendary cartoonist Wallace Ryan talks comic strips and introduces his latest work, Animal Hall
A live performance above Fred’s Records
A play by play timeline of the attempt to bring the Manitoba Moose to St. John’s
Rainy days are also very interesting for watercolors…
Trust a photographer to give a new perspective on City Hall
All vendors to be licensed this year
A live performance from The Crow’s Nest
Omar Jarmillo shares his second piece of work as this month’s Independent Artist
A look at alien species invading our province
Corner Brook Pride Inc. seeking apology from high school guidance counselor
This week Martin gets a tour through the life of NL’s Lieutenant Governor
Word from local contractors about the state of building in St. John’s
Omar Jarmillo shares his fist piece of work as this month’s Independent Artist
This week it’s stories about Jack stories, from a woman who’s heard them all
The Harps play their Irish sport on Newfoundland grass
Our featured Independent Artist for the month of May
This week Martin learns about some of the local fallout from the Great War from Grand Bank author, Randell Pope.
For Matthew Crowder (Green Party) this campaign was all about next time
What became of the Monarchist League of Newfoundland?
April 28th is the International Day Of Mourning. Started by the Canadian Labor Congress in 1984, it’s a day of remembrance for those who die of workplace-related injuries and illness. This afternoon, union representatives, politicians and individuals were on hand at the Confederation Building to lay wreaths in honor of the 32 Newfoundland & Labrador workers who died on the job or of work-related illness, of the 1,012 workers who died across Canada, and of the unnumbered workers who died around the world this year.