Doctor facing racism complaints no longer licensed to practise medicine in N.L.

The doctor at the centre of racism and bigotry complaints can no longer practise medicine in Newfoundland and Labrador. According to the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Newfoundland and Labrador, Dr.... Read more »

A son’s suicide, a mother’s grief, and her message of hope for others

My way of doing things and abusing things has not exactly worked. It has led me to where I am today, scared, alone and fighting for my life. So reads an excerpt of a... Read more »

Labrador officials look for solutions as pandemic makes fighting substance abuse even harder

Labrador isn’t immune to a countrywide increase in substance use under the pandemic, and communities across the Big Land are grappling with alcohol- and drug-induced fallout that’s leaving leaders searching for solutions. A fatal overdose in... Read more »

He had a stroke in N.L., she’s in Quebec, and COVID-19 keeps them apart

Ed Crane and Shelley Boucher haven’t seen each other since March. Crane had a stroke and is in the hospital in Newfoundland and Labrador, where visitors aren’t allowed. (Submitted by Shelley Boucher)... Read more »

Double-bubble: 2-household links allowed as N.L. moves to ease COVID-19 restrictions

Dr. Janice Fitzgerald, Newfoundland and Labrador’s chief medical officer of health, unveiled the provincial government’s five-stage plan for relaxing public health restrictions. (Government of Newfoundland and Labrador) Itching for interaction with people... Read more »