Community members and staff say that a National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is a good start, but more top-down action is needed.
Travel restrictions and lockdowns force many to take longer breaks from visiting home.
Newfoundlanders are excited for the beginning of spring, and as the snow is finishing melting, people are starting to get outside and plan trips once again.
Some Newfoundlanders who were wary of lockdowns on the mainland chose to move home. Those expecting to find relief from lockdowns were soon met with Alert Level 5 back home.
Social isolation, loss of independence and ageism impact the well-being of older adults, say a social work professor and a mental health coordinator.
The podcast features covers of fan-favorite songs and conversations with local musicians who were active in the 80’s and 90’s.
NL Eats celebrates their first anniversary and their new home with a virtual conference. Bailey Howard Kicker
Economic Immigration Ideas Lab hopes to find new approaches to include immigrants in the workforce.
With much of Newfoundland’s economy linked to the Airline Industry, the Tourism sector could suffer.
Local artists have been getting creative throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and say social media played a big role in sharing their work from a social distance. Bailey Howard Kicker