After the Christmas season ends, employers let go of seasonal workers, causing stress for the remaining retail employees.
With little room for manoeuvre in the St. John’s housing market, more and more people are turning to renting single rooms in shared homes as an affordable solution.
Despite an increased snow-clearing budget, advocates say St. John’s still has a long way to go
Court martial documents reveal charges of ‘gross indecency’ levelled against gay soldiers.
“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 recently marked International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
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.
The three R’s- reduce, reuse and recycle – are far from priority for post-secondary schools.
When a forecast doesn’t live up to its predictions, online bullies are quick to take to social media and target meteorologists.
There are some who get offended when Christmas lights are put up before Nov. 11. But for some veterans, that very act is what freedom is all about.