Bingo returns to in-person games at Deep Brook-Waldec Lions Club in Nova Scotia.
With restrictions being lifted, seniors homes are planning how to reopen after two years Zac GreenKicker
The Geeks Public House recently hosted Sip N’ Slay, a free, multi-week event focusing on how to play Dungeons and Dragons, with an emphasis on women’s inclusion.
Public skating returned to the Corner Brook Civic Centre on Feb. 19. Residents and staff alike are happy to see it back.
If you live in rural Northern Ontario, the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions may not have such an impact on your daily life.
The province’s health authority gives dancing an official thumbs up, as long as masks are worn.
While litter is a problem for many areas, an audit by MMSB reveals that the situation in Mount Pearl has become an issue that has blindsided city council. Kicker’s Sara-Dani Strickland reports.