Challenges and successes for new Canadians
Focus on opening doors drives immigration aid groups
Immigration Program "a model that could be extended to … the country"
'If this region is going to survive and prosper, immigration is ...
McNEISH: 'We are now a global community'
Younger doctors exhausted by new practice demands
Fighting to find a family doctor: ‘The whole process is undignified.’
What we learned, what you said about doctor shortage in Atlantic Canada
Challenges, solutions to Atlantic Canada's doctor shortage
Family doctor shortage a threat to health care
The Western Star
Down Memory Lane: 133 notches on his square
How to give plastic bags a new lease on life as ‘plarn’
Residents at Kenny’s Pond Retirement Residence in St. John's prepping for May 30 talent show
For Guy Laliberté, the PY1 pyramid is his new Cirque du Soleil
COLIN AND JUSTIN: Thawed out and ready for action
SADAF AHSAN: Jon Snow may not have been the chosen one, but he – and his sisters – were the heroes
In Game of Thrones ‘s final season, we watched a number of characters quickly turn the other cheek: Daenerys Targaryen went the way of her Mad King father; Arya Stark decided to give up revenge; Sansa Stark went from victim to queen; Cersei ...
CALUM MARSH: The Game of Thrones finale was the right kind of ending — surprising but inevitable
What makes a satisfying ending? Aristotle wrote in his Poetics that the events of a tragedy ought to “come about unexpectedly, but at the same time consequentially” — that things should feel to the audience surprising but ...
COOK THIS: Stuffed bread – ekmek dolmasi – from The Turkish Cookbook
Our cookbook of the week is The Turkish Cookbook by Istanbul-based chef and restaurateur Musa Dağdeviren. Over the next three days, we’ll feature more recipes from the book and an interview with its author. Ekmek dolmasi (stuffed bread) ...
Port aux Basques student goes on strike for global climate change awareness
Perched on a low brick wall in front of the town hall, Emma Osmond offers a warm smile from behind a thick mane of windswept hair and a green Bristol board she’s using to both educate passersby and shield herself from the relentless spring ...
MODERN MILLEE: Recharge your batteries with a book
Well hey there, friends. Guess who’s back, back again (that’s about the only lyrics I know in the Eminem song). Now, I know I’ve told you about my love for soap operas — hold it, before you roll your eyes at me, this ...
JANICE WELLS: When your smartphone is a little smarter than you need
Remember the good old days, when the dreaded words you don’t want to hear meant a health issue, and obviously, when the word “dreaded” is used, you know its going to be bad. Now there are other dreaded words: you need a new ...
Hail, Caesar salad
We took the elevator up to the restaurant on the second floor. Francine handed the bag with two heads of Romaine lettuce to the waiter and we were ushered in. The white linen covered tables and each had a lit candle. We were the only people in the ...
Time to protect the pollinators
If you ate today, thank the bees. Bees and butterflies are responsible for the food we eat but their numbers are plummeting. May 20 is World Bee Day, so protect pollinators — bring bees back from the brink. Plant it and they will come, ...
Family ties to Bay Roberts inspire American's first book
Mary Ellen Babcock is pleased that just over six years after his death, her late husband’s first book is finally seeing the light of day. “I feel like it’s a great accomplishment,” Mary Ellen said over the phone from her ...
County Wexford couple explores cultural connection between Ireland and Newfoundland
Do you know a sleeven who’s always traipsing around? Have you told someone to sing out if they need help? Ever had a mug up on your day off? If you live in this province — particularly the Cape Shore — you probably have, and know ...