“Saying never again in a time of rising anti-Semitism is important,” says Steve Wolinetz, president of the St. John’s Jewish community’s Havura. The community marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day on Friday.
According to Statistics Canada, there has been a 20 per cent increase in violent crime across the province.
Friendship Circle NL arranges free yoga, games and music therapy for children with special needs to help them belong in an inclusive environment.
January 29 is the National Remembrance Day of the Quebec City Mosque attack and a day of action against Islamophobia. Local Muslim organizations are trying to increase awareness.
With the increasing cost of living, some international students say they can’t cover their expenses with their current support from Memorial University
Too often, elderly cats spend excessive amounts of time in St. John’s animal shelters, while they watch their younger feline friends come and go. Why is this?
Long wait times in emergency rooms leave N.L. patients frustrated and exhausted, while patients from other provinces benefit from real-time wait-time tracking.
As of Jan. 1, there is a restriction on foreign home buyers, except for temporary visa holders meeting certain requirements.
Ukrainian and Syrian refugees had different wait times to enter Canada after war broke out in their countries. But the difference might not have been a case of discrimination.
There has been a steady increase in student debt in recent years. An addition to the high school curriculum provides youth with insights about how they can manage their finances.