Profile of Louis Power

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  • St. John’s welcoming more than 100 refugees in 2 days

    The new residents were welcomed by staff and volunteers with the Association for New Canadians (ANC), who have been preparing for them for ...

  • Rescued pit bull working as therapy dog

    But after two years of good food, tender care and naps in a warm house, she’s looking good at 60 pounds — twice the weight she was when she was ...

  • Birth without breakfast

    The practice began after Curtis Lester Mendelson, an obstetrician and cardiologist from the U.S., published research in 1946 about what came to ...

  • Coping with SAD

    Every year around this time, an estimated one in five Newfoundlanders and Labradorians experience some symptoms of seasonal affective disorder ...

  • Making mummeries

    No amount of rain could cancel the parade, which attracted hundreds of mummers of all ages and varying species (at least one goat was present, ...

  • Giving home for the holidays

    Adam Smith doesn’t know who will occupy the nine beds, but he knows his colleagues at Choices for Youth will be there for them.As a team lead for ...

  • N.L. preparing for new residents as Syrian refugees arrive in Canada

    The men, women, teens and young children — a few of the 4.3 million Syrians displaced by the country’s civil war — were expected to arrive in ...

  • Sr. Margie Taylor given first N.L. Human Rights Award

    She’s been with the Sisters of Mercy for 48 years, and has worked with people from many walks of life. Being non-judgmental has always been an ...

  • Installation trashed without notice: artist

    The artist got in touch with the recreation and parks department of the City of St. John’s about her missing work, and was told it had been ...

  • Making room for refugees

    Most of them were strangers before the Syrian refugee crisis was widely covered by media. A handful of Torbay residents form the core group of ...