Lukas Wall


Lukas Wall is a journalist and producer with CBC in St. John's. He has a master's degree from the School of Media Studies at The New School, New York City. You can reach him at

Latest from Lukas Wall

St. John's businesses hoping to ace Masters weekend

The spring weather in Newfoundland and Labrador doesn't generally co-operate for golfers, but a couple of St. John's businesses are finding ways — indoors — to join in on the excitement for the Masters.

Report recommends $25K salary increase for MHAs, after annual salary frozen for 15 years

A new report released by the 2024 Members’ Compensation Review Committee recommends MHAs make an annual salary of $120,000.

Former MP Peter Penashue arrested, alleges drug dealing involved in dispute over son's home

Former Conservative cabinet minister and MP for Labrador Peter Penashue was arrested Saturday after a long-simmering dispute Penashue claims is fuelled by illicit drug dealing and police inaction.

Court dismisses former teacher's appeal of convictions for sexual exploitation and sexual assault

Former teacher and coach Noel Strapp has lost an appeal of his sexual exploitation and sexual assault convictions.

More than 500 new electric vehicles hit N.L. roads in 2023

New numbers from the provincial government show that 526 new electric vehicles were registered in 2023, raising the total number to 1,241 — a 74 per cent increase from the previous year. 

St. John's soccer player drafted 1st overall into Canada's top league

Owen Sheppard, 21, of St. John's was selected first overall by Valour FC on Thursday in the Canadian Premier League’s U-Sports draft.

More people are using food banks in N.L., with visits up by more than 12%

A new report from Food Banks Canada has found that visits to food banks in Newfoundland and Labrador are up 12 per cent, with more than 15,000 in the month of March.

Corner Brook's Jason King hired as assistant coach with NHL's Minnesota Wild

Jason King has found a new home in the NHL, joining the Minnesota Wild as an assistant coach after three years behind the bench with the Vancouver Canucks.

Number of electric vehicles in N.L. more than doubles in 2022

According to new numbers from the provincial government, more drivers in Newfoundland and Labrador are going electric, with a 126 per cent increase in EVs over the previous year.

N.L.-born player ready to make the leap to pro soccer with CPL contract

A soccer player born in Happy Valley-Goose Bay has signed a Canadian Premier League contract, making him the first Newfoundland and Labrador-born player to sign in Canada's top soccer league.