Donnie Dumphy, a popular internet creation who hails from Newfoundland, Canada, shared a number of popular theories, including one related to QAnon. The actor behind the post said he is not a QAnon supporter.
Our four key resources now are pop, cigarettes, beer, and chips. Control the corner stores, control the Island.
As the government debated over what to do with the colony of cats—euthanize them, leave them to die—rescuers stepped in.
Despite the town's name, the dildos received a cool reception.
Kenneth Harrisson, whose son died more than two decades ago, has been charged with child pornography for purchasing the sex doll.
More like Dog Grylls, amirite?
Some locals hand out N95 respirator masks when their grandkids come to visit, and stay with their relatives during the summer.
“We've had seals in people’s driveways, in their backyard, on the road, seals in the parking lot... seals waddling up to the doorways of businesses....”
Indigenous protesters are engaging in civil disobedience and facing arrest to fight the $12.7 billion Muskrat Falls hydroelectricity project in Newfoundland.
Pantless Snowplow Thief Who Crashed into the Bell Island Ferry Terminal Is a Hamfisted But Devastatingly Accurate Metaphor for Newfoundland in 2018
Some days the local police scanner is indistinguishable from a John Waters movie.