Challenges and successes for new Canadians
Focus on opening doors drives immigration aid groups
Immigration Program "a model that could be extended to … the country"
'If this region is going to survive and prosper, immigration is ...
McNEISH: 'We are now a global community'
Younger doctors exhausted by new practice demands
Fighting to find a family doctor: ‘The whole process is undignified.’
What we learned, what you said about doctor shortage in Atlantic Canada
Challenges, solutions to Atlantic Canada's doctor shortage
Family doctor shortage a threat to health care
The Western Star
Fans convinced Raptors far from extinct heading into Game 3
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Odds oracles paint Raptors as Eastern Conference final underdogs
Scott Stinson: The shocking combination of physics and fate that changed everything for the Toronto Raptors
Gander powerlifters represent Newfoundland and Labrador on the national stage
Sifting through his backpack, Robert Dyke is looking for one of his latest accomplishments. It’s a gold medal from the Canadian Bench-Press and Powerlifting Championships, which took place in Ottawa, Ont., from March 4-9. He knows the ...
Hayley Flynn wins karate national tournament after five-year hiatus
When Hayley Flynn re-entered the dojo for the first time in five years, she dreamed of becoming a brown belt champion. Earlier this month, the 21-year-old from Forteau’s dream came true, as she took home top prize in an elite-level national ...
West Side Monarchs reign supreme as Corner Brook broomball champs
The West Side Monarchs have completed their journey from worst to first in the Corner Brook Molson Men’s Broomball League. The black and gold had finished fourth in the four-team setup during the regular season, but some late-season ...
Four graduating skaters to be celebrated at Silver Blades Ice Show
Olivia Park is feeling bittersweet about hitting the ice at the Corner Brook Civic Centre on April 13. That’s when the Silver Blades Skating Club will hold its annual ice show and, for Park, it will be her final performance with the ...
Newfoundland swimmer Katarina Roxon earns silver medal at Canadian Trials
Edited to show Kate Sullivan is registered with Mount Pearl Marlins, while Kate Williams is with St. John's Legends Newfoundland and Labrador’s Katarina Roxon reached the podium Thursday at the Canadian Swimming Trials in Toronto ...
PHOTOS: Deer Lake Skating Club holds annual yearend ice show
On Thursday evening, the Deer Lake Skating Club held its annual yearend ice show at the Hodder Memorial Recreation Complex. This year the skaters performed to a circus theme with the stadium decorated to look like a circus tent and skaters dressed ...
SCOTT STINSON: Pascal Siakam shows how much he's grown with Raptors in such a short time
NEW YORK — Pascal Siakam missed his first four three-point attempts on Wednesday night in Brooklyn, a couple of them barely acknowledging the rim as they sailed past. For his fifth attempt, with Siakam wide open in the corner, two Nets ...
Passion for ping-pong powers Green Bay South school to sweep of provincials
GREEN BAY SOUTH, N.L. – There’s a passion that’s been paying off in a big way for Green Bay South students. For the last five years, Dorset Collegiate, in Pilley’s Island, has emerged table tennis provincial winners. This ...
Raptors survive late flurry of buckets from Brooklyn to net the win
NEW YORK — There were storylines available for the Toronto Raptors as they started the final week of the season against a team in the Brooklyn Nets that they could face in the first round of the playoffs. Nick Nurse just wasn’t having ...
Green rains three-pointers in Raptors rout of Orlando Magic
No, Stephen Curry wasn’t playing for the Toronto Raptors on Monday night. But there was a guy in a No. 14 jersey that shot the ball a lot like the man who is perhaps the best shooter ever. Danny Green went off from long range, canning ...