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
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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
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The Western Star
Report of impaired driver leads to arrest of woman in Kippens
Jones announces $2.3 million for Happy Valley-Goose Bay runway repairs
Unsafe playground in Labrador City to be removed soon
Meet Marystown’s own Mother Theresa
Isle aux Morts Theatre Festival’s fifth season underway
YMCA to cover 80 per cent of operating costs for new centre in Central Labrador
Sheshatshiu man arrested with imitation firearm
Raphael Rich, 30, is facing charges of possessing an imitation of a weapon for a dangerous purpose, carrying a concealed weapon and being in possession of a firearm while prohibited. RCMP said it was an imitation firearm. A 30-year-old man ...
Natuashish man arrested for refusing breath sample in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
Just before 5 a.m. on July 10 Happy Valley-Goose Bay RCMP conducted a traffic stop on Hamilton River Road. The driver, a 28-year-old man from Natuashish, was arrested for impaired driving. RCMP said he was taken back to the detachment where ...
Premiers agree to make a national pharmacare plan a priority
Council of the Federation meetings in Saskatoon wrapped up Thursday with a unified message on pharmacare. Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Dwight Ball, who led the discussion on pharmacare, told SaltWire that all provinces reaffirmed their shared ...
Labrador City wants old playground torn down
The Town of Labrador City says it is working with Newfoundland and Labrador Housing to remove an old playground that residents have described as decrepit and dangerous. Labrador City Mayor Fabian Benoit said there is no timeline on the removal of ...
Blood donor clinics honour memory of Harbour Grace man
Blood donor clinics in four provinces will be held next Tuesday in memory of a young man from Riverhead, Harbour Grace who died unexpectedly earlier this year. Steven Trickett passed suddenly while competing in the Ottawa Marathon on May 26. The ...
Friendly Invasion events underway in Stephenville N.L.
This summer’s Friendly Invasion events in Stephenville kicked off Wednesday evening, July 10, with a large parade involving people of diverse backgrounds that make up the community. Some were portraying people from the past, while others ...
Lieutenant Governor hosting garden party in Bonavista July 15
For the first time ever, the Bonavista Peninsula will be the setting for a garden party hosted by the province’s Lieutenant Governor. This Monday, July 15, Lieut. Gov. Judy Foote will host a party on the grounds of the Mockbeggar ...
Lewin’s Cove mother optimistic son born with rare case of hip dysplasia will live normal life
Tears well up in Denika Stewart’s eyes as she talks about the stress of the past year. “It’s been an emotional roller coaster,” she says. “It’s been an emotional year for us. It’s been a trying ...
The doctor is in: Burin Peninsula native looking forward to rewards of practicing family medicine at home
As Dr. Erin FitzPatrick sits talking about her plan to practice family medicine in rural Newfoundland and Labrador, there’s a knock on the door of her home in Burin. It’s a neighbour with some halibut who has heard ...
Tip helps RCMP charge South River man for impaired driving
A tip helped Bay Roberts RCMP take a suspected impaired driver off the road Tuesday evening in South River. According to a news release, Bay Roberts RCMP received a tip at 10 p.m. about a possible impaired driver heading towards South ...