Don Bradshaw

Striking faculty in Corner Brook expect long job action

The faculty strike is also affecting the Grenfell Campus in Corner Brook.  Union members on the west coast say they’re bracing for what may be a long labour dispute. NTV’s Don Bradshaw has that story.

Chief of Qalipu First Nation takes on new role with National Assembly of First NationsĀ 

The Chief of the Qalipu First Nation has taken on a new role; serving as the representative for Mi’kmaq people in this province for the National Assembly of First Nations.  NTV’s Don Bradshaw has that story.

Funding announced for projects aimed at tackling gender violence in Indigenous communities

The provincial government announced funding today for a variety of projects aimed at tackling the growing threat of gender violence in the indigenous community. NTV’s Don Bradshaw has more in this report.

Environmental group developing marine plan for Gros Morne National Park

An environmental group on the west coast is holding meetings this week to come up with a community led marine plan around Gros Morne National Park. NTV’s Don Bradshaw has more in this report.

West coast chef prepares for national culinary competition

A chef from the west coast is preparing for a national competition next week that will have him rubbing shoulders with some of the country’s top culinary masters. NTV’s Don Bradshaw has that story.

Corner Brook Winter Carnival celebrates 50 years

Corner Brook’s annual winter carnival turns 50 this year.

Well, sort of. The event has been in limbo for the last two years because of the COVID-19 pandemic. But, as NTV’s Don Bradshaw tells us, organizers are preparing to revive the half-century-old event next month.

Deer Lake Airport sees signs of bounce back from COVID pandemic

Deer Lake Airport saw signs last year that the airline industry is bouncing back from the COVID pandemic. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.

Outdoor enthusiasts hope for return of winter weather

A lack of snow in may parts of the province has put a pause on many winter tourism activities. But a recent change in the weather has some outdoor enthusiasts preparing for a busy few months ahead. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.

Another ambulance company offers to take over services affected by strike

There was yet another wrinkle in the story of the private ambulance strike Monday. Steve Carey, the owner of another ambulance company, has offered to take over services in those areas affected by the strike. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.

Damage assessment still underway in Port aux Basques following Hurricane Fiona

Residents on the southwest coast are still recovering from Hurricane Fiona. 

While progress has been made towards helping displaced homeowners get their lives back in order, considerable work remains to be done. NTV’s Don Bradshaw has the latest on clean-up efforts.   

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