In St. John’s, a new initiative is aiming to change who tells their stories. Jenelle Duval is the arts and culture coordinator for First Light Friendship Centre in St. John’s. She says it’s important that […]
Community members and staff say that a National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is a good start, but more top-down action is needed.
Each animal that comes through the N.L. West S.P.C.A. needs to be vaccinated, often several times. Those bills add up. James Grudic Kicker
The whole western Newfoundland tourism industry was thrown for a loop in 2020. For the coming season, the ability to adapt on the fly has become an essential tool in everyone’s kit.
Folks in western Newfoundland have been getting their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, starting with the most vulnerable. James Grudic Kicker
After their success selling specialty baked goods, Walter and Christa Lundrigan have seized the opportunity to become restaurateurs.
As the pandemic turns one year old today, people are reflecting on how their perspectives have changed in that time. James Grudic Kicker No one could predict how things would go after a global pandemic […]
Marble Mountain has been forced to close down indefinitely for the second winter in a row, and now some folks are out making their own winter fun.
Rotational workers have their own specific set of pandemic guidelines to follow, but a vigilant community can be scrutinizing. James Grudic Kicker Travelling for work during a pandemic is challenging on its own, […]
Peter Hiscock always struggled with mental illness, but got a new start and a new outlook mid-life. James Grudic Kicker Many people can feel stuck in a job that they don’t enjoy, but Peter Hiscock […]