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.
Many eyes will probably be on U.S. President Donald Trump today, when he speaks to the United Nations General Assembly. It’s his first such speech, and it will be interesting to see who shows up: the more-moderate version of President Trump who sticks to the notes others have written, or the off-the-cuff, angry leader who loves airing old grievances.
Nothing gets the rich more enraged than a proposal that Canada needs to close the tax loopholes that benefit the few and make our tax system unfair. A case in point is the Liberal intent to review taxes as they relate to private corporations.
Cheers: to easily-solved offences. The police take a lot of strange phone calls, but last week, it was a man phoning them to tell them he was about to commit a crime by breaching a court order requiring him to stay away from alcohol. Police arrived, arrested him, and we can only wonder what happen next. Go ahead — make the call.
During the past 65 years of military rule in Burma, the army has killed thousands of people from almost every one of the country’s numerous minorities: Shans, Karens, Kachins, Karennis, Mon, Chin and many smaller groups. But the only ones who have faced a genocide are the Rohingya, and it is happening right now.
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.
In an email this week from the Department of Natural Resources attributed to Siobhan Coady, minister, a stop order has been issued for the quarry operation taking place on Old Seal Cove Road in Stephenville Crossing.
TORONTO — Just days after taking the stage with Margaret Atwood and "The Handmaid's Tale" team at the Emmy Awards, Canadian actress Amanda Brugel is preparing to shoot season 2 of the series, which she says explores "what happens next after the book closes."