Month: October 2020
Lorna Budgell’s Polka Dot Trot
https://youtu.be/UaQeZSqMaAs Patrick Newhook Kicker News Despite being diagnosed with cancer in 2016. Lorna Budgell hasn’t given up hope. Lorna has been hosting the Polka Dot Trot for years to help raise money for patients undergoing […]
More consistency needed
Support for people with Down syndrome in NL has improved, but more can be done.
Hunting for more than moose
For some, it’s an outdoor activity that puts food on the table. For others, the benefits reach further.
Food insecurity continues to impact Postville residents
With food prices soaring, the people of Postville, Labrador, are disheartened as grocery store shelves sit empty and as produce rots before it arrives.
Local charity to launch new thrift shop downtown Kingston
A Kingston-based charity is opening a new thrift shop downtown with the help of a generous grant from a Queen’s student club.
Hot summer created challenges for west coast farmers
An unusually hot mid-summer proved difficult for farmers in Newfoundland. But the province eventually reported higher than average vegetable yields.
Full swing ahead: As the season closes the state of golf has never been better
Hitting the links is different this year but it’s still as popular as ever.
COVID-19 has impacted bars in different ways – for the Hideaway Pub in Deer Lake, it has had a huge impact that has spurred on a side business. Griffen Stuckless Kicker