Government House Leader Andrew Parsons says plans to strike an all-party committee on democratic reform this fall are “aspirational,” but he’ll definitely get the ball rolling before next spring at the latest.
MARYSTOWN, NL – “Taken too soon from us all.”
That’s the beginning of a statement issued by the family of Ryanna Grywacheski, whose body was discovered in a basement apartment in a home on McGettigan Boulevard in Marystown on Saturday.
Right now, the city of Calgary and the Calgary Flames hockey team are locked in a public battle over a new rink for the team, and just how much the city should be chipping in to keep the team from flitting off to some new venue.
Studying Canadian democracy without an eye to provincial politics is like trying to understand the Atlantic Ocean from a floatplane: the view is interesting, but you miss most of the elements that give it life.
I got into an argument a long time ago about movies. Specifically, about what I’d include in the best movies ever made. My co-worker had a list that included several films made long before we were born.
CLARENVILLE, N.L.—While the Harbour Grace Ocean Enterprises CeeBee Stars are seemingly the odd team out of a recent reconfiguration of the senior hockey teams on the Avalon, it’s business as usual for the Clarenville Ford Caribous.
It seems to be a heck of a tall undertaking, assembling a basketball team from scratch in two months, but the frontman for St. John’s first professional hoops team says relax, don’t worry, things are falling into place.
Negotiations went into the equivalent of triple overtime, but St. John’s City Council has approved terms of a deal that will see a National Basketball League team play out of Mile One Centre beginning in November.
I didn’t recognize the movie theatre. It has changed a lot since my last visit. It’s been years. In fact, ‘Hunting Pignut’ may be the first film to bring me into that portion of the Avalon Mall since I demanded a refund for local flop “Stoner FM” in 2013.