Woman allegedly removed by Liberal staffer after asking Trudeau a question
A woman claims that a Liberal staffer grabbed her and forced her to leave a campaign event after she confronted the prime minister with a question.
“Race card” comment leads to Liberal cabinet minister’s resignation
The resignation came one day after a recording was released wherein Trimper can be heard accusing the Innu of Labrador of being prone to playing “the race card” to get what they want.
RCMP bust sixteen in connection to Newfoundland drug trafficking operation
According to police, nineteen criminal investigations comprised Project Bullfight, which were sequentially completed over a five-day period leading to the arrests of 16 individuals, three of which were already wanted on warrants.
Power outage results in 2,200-litre oil spill near St. John’s, N.L.
A power outage at a St John’s, N.L. Oil platform has caused roughly 2,200 litres of oil to spill into the ocean, according to a statement from Hibernian Management and Development Company.
Newfoundland man found not guilty in child sex doll case
Kenneth Harrisson, a 54-year-old man who was accussed of possessing child pornography in the form of a child sex doll has been found not guilty by a Newfoundland court today.
Newfoundland PCs double their seats in historic election result
These are not ordinary times, and the Newfoundland election was certainly anything but ordinary.
You’ll never guess which province drinks the most beer
Were you wondering how much beer your fellow Canadians drank last year? Well thankfully, a new report by Beer Canada has given us the official breakdown as to just how much each Canadian drinks, by province.
A merman is running for office in Newfoundland
Hasan Hai’s Facebook page for his campaign in Mount Pearl looks normal enough. But when you take a quick look at his “About” page, you may notice that it says Hasan is a man of many hats “and occasionally a tail.” What could that mean? Well, it has to do with a term that you’re perhaps not familiar with, “Merb’y.”
CARPAY: Charter freedoms of public servants at stake in Newfoundland human rights case
Does government have to respect the fundamental Charter freedoms of public servants?