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Millennials buck outmigration trend in tourism industry

Moving home to Newfoundland and Labrador for work is not the usual experience for millennials, but some are bucking the outmigration trend by setting...

East Coast Trail gets funding for improvements

It has panoramic ocean views, rolling hills and edgy cliffs. Many would argue the East Coast Trail is one of the best in the...

Man walks across Canada to talk about mental health

In 2015 he packed up his life and left his home with only two things: his dog and is tent. Bret Maveriik and his...

Campsites full despite snowy Victoria Day weekend

It may have been a snowy Victoria Day weekend, but that didn't stop campers from filling Pippy Park for the long weekend. NTV's Leila...

Consumers soon to be able to tap into net metering

Consumers in the province will soon be able to tap into net metering, a billing system that credits homeowners who feed surplus renewable energy...

Doctors urge people to cut down sugar with ‘Count Your Cubes’

The Newfoundland and Labrador Medical Association is urging people to cut down on sugar. On Friday, a panel of health professionals unveiled "Count Your...

Is it time to stop saying ‘Newfie’ ? Interview with James...

NTV's Leila Beaudoin interviews Banting Postdoctoral Fellow James Baker. Baker is a transplanted Newfoundlander, who now calls Ontario home. But the word 'Newfie' has...

Researcher delves into origins of ‘Newfie’ and why it’s so contentious

"Newfie" is a contentious word among Newfoundlanders. One researcher in Ontario has made it his mission to get to the bottom of the term's...

Government meets school counsellors about regulating profession

The body of professionals responsible for the mental health of school children is not regulated. As the number of teens suffering depression and inflicting...

Students get behind-the-scenes look at police work

A group of lucky students got an up close look at the life of a police officer on Tuesday as Police Week continues. NTV's...