A few questions with Halifax artist Élana Camille Saimovici
Why can’t it be you? The driving force behind success
SUCCESS = career + money ... or does it?
Should I stay or should I go? A look at graduate retention
A conversation with Canadian Armed Forces veteran and health ...
Generational value gaps shifting as individualist thinking warps view ...
Success: Two women. Two lives. One take.
Five questions, 10 answers: let's make prejudice, inequality history
Money. Happiness. Family. How do we define success?
The Western Star
Getting people to open up is a continuous goal
RNC issues public advisory regarding Newfoundland and Labrador high risk offender Dennis Murphy
79 human teeth found under Water Street in St. John’s
Cab driver tells St. John’s court Craig Pope told him to run over stabbing victim
Former CEO wishes he had put more in writing about Muskrat Falls project
Find-my-phone app may locate your cellphone, but not get it back
Postmedia writer Christie Blatchford honoured with George Jonas Freedom Award
National Post columnist Christie Blatchford has been awarded the George Jonas Freedom Award for “refusing to be intimidated” in pursuit of the truth. The award was presented at a ceremony Friday evening at the Eglinton Grand in ...
Health Canada sets guidelines, release date for marijuana edibles
Canadians can expect to see some cannabis edibles, concentrates and topicals on shelves just in time to put them on their Christmas lists. The federal government unveiled the timeline and new suite of regulations for the second-wave of cannabis ...
Game 6 pulls Raptors fans away from porn: Pornhub
Millions of Canadians and Americans tuned into Thursday’s NBA championship game between the Toronto Raptors and Golden State Warriors. And millions turned off Pornhub, which offers a very different kind of action, the adult website ...
Main Street bridge set to officially open in Corner Brook
Traffic has been flowing over it for quite some time now, but the new Main Street bridge will be officially opened by municipal, provincial and federal officials this weekend. Crews have been busy putting the final cosmetic touches are on and ...
Wabush residents not happy with no vote on amalgamation
The decision to not hold a plebiscite on amalgamation in the town of Wabush is not sitting well with local residents. Amalgamating Wabush and Labrador City was the recommendation of a 2017 report by Stantec, which also recommended a ...
Murky provincial sight distance regulation preventing man from building home on Marystown property
Al Lewis is “frustrated right to death.” Lewis owns a piece of land in Marystown that he’s been trying to build a new home on since last November. The Department of Transportation and Works has denied him ...
Vintage vehicles taking over Marystown’s Kaetlyn Osmond Arena this weekend
The Southern Classics Antique Car Club is ready to host its 26th Annual Antique and Classic Car Show. The event is taking place at Kaetlyn Osmond Arena in Marystown this weekend, June 15-16. The car show offers a step back in automobile ...
Town of Carbonear to name walking trail after physicist Davis Earle
Davis Earle, pictured here receiving an honorary doctor of science degree from Memorial University in 2004, will have a walking trail in Carbonear named in his honour. The Town of Carbonear will name a new walking trail after a noteworthy ...
Eleven finance items approved by Stephenville council
STEPHENVILLE The Stephenville town council approved 11 finance items at its regular general meeting on Thursday at noon hour. Expense cheque listing – May 2019 – $573,404.97. Accounts payable listing – May 2019 – ...
Five items approved by council under permits and municipal plan
The Stephenville town council approved five items under permits and municipal plan at its regular general meeting on Thursday at noon hour. Mountain Top Outfitters – outline planning permission to operate a float plane from Noel’s ...