A new economic report has left Gander officials worried about their role in the aerospace industry in NL, and a popular comic-con event in Corner Brook this year will lower the lights and turn down the sound, in a new sensory-friendly room.
The incumbent MHA for the district of Exploits was beaten by a political newcomer, overwhelming support for Eddie Joyce, we hear from a union rep on the situation in Black Duck Cove, and time to checkout the iceberg alley.
Fish plant workers in Black Duck Cove are devastated today after fire flattened the building last night, a Stephenville artist has created a Mi`kmaq colouring book, and an Anglican reconciliation is in the province this week.
Cars and ATVs may soon share sections of Corner Brook streets, Gander Town council says the NL election is interfering with the construction season, and young people learn how use a fast rescue craft to safe lives.
Hospital visits by young people with mental health issues are on the rise, the Gander and Area SPCA changes plans for its new shelter, a new snowboard video series highlights Gros Morne and beyond, and we hear the story of the election candidate who was born on a boat.
Fire sale! A town is selling its 1981 fire department pickup truck. Meanwhile, another town offers a reward to catch whoever set a fire, and a pet store will help refill the school fish tank after all the fish died recently.
Dental hygienists give fluoride treatments to elementary school students, two towns pool their money to help pay for a cell phone tower, and life in an oil sands work camp inspires a poet's new collection of works.
Hear an NL political profile of Exploits district, meet a wilderness adventurer who takes us along via his Youtube channel, find out what two typical voters think of election issues from typical voters, and learn how a consultant helps municipal politicians solve rifts in the chambers.
A building superintendent races to warn tenants about fire, and a climate watch group turns up the heat on politicians. Also, a singer, storyteller and folklorist gets a big ECMA honour, and young people take the challenge to solve problems in health care.
A transgender man originally from Corner Brook inspires and motivates students, the Terra Nova Golf Resort is under new management, and holy symbol?....or just a strange geological formation at a worksite?
A military amputee who's undergoing cancer treatment is raising money to make someone ELSE's life a little better. Also, a retired minister shares happy memories of a church that burned down this week, and CRA gives us last-minute tax preparation tips.
A Liberal district association has quit, as members show support for now-independent candidate Eddie Joyce. Also, a dietitian helps us make healthy food choices without sugar, and fellow hockey players rally behind a 14-year-old girl who has cancer.
Government has approved the resettlement money, but a couple won't leave their island home. Also, a super-achieving student gives credit to her hard work, and a manufacturer in SK recruits people to work AND to play hockey.