Profile of Steve Bartlett

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  • Marijuana has set him free

    The car, she suggests, gives her an opportunity to reflect, to imagine a life where her six-year-old boy didn’t have prolonged seizures, to ...

  • STEVE BARTLETT: Adult literacy programs have an amazing impact

    It was a moving moment, and it wouldn’t have been possible four years ago. Richards had poor reading and writing skills back then. Life, ...

  • Let’s talk about child sexual abuse

    She’s raised a family, runs a high-end fashion shop on Water Street and has modelled, even winning a catwalk award during a competition in ...

  • The Telegram proudly turns 135

    Towards the latter part of the 1870s, people told William James Herder that a daily newspaper would never last in St. John’s, then a city of ...

  • We’re worth it

    Because of the value of what we do, and because we invest a lot of time and money into producing strong journalism, we’re putting a meter on our ...

  • We're worth it

    Nothing draconian or unsettling will happen once the meter goes live. There’ll be no explosions or civil unrest. Food supplies will not be ...

  • Conservation officer was Newfoundland’s mantracker

    “He would have handled hundreds and hundreds of big-game files,” says James Maloney, director of the Department of Justice’s fish and wildlife ...

  • Father left wondering after lengthy investigation dismissed

    He’s right, sadly, and that’s why everyone should know his story. CBC watchers might recognize Headrick’s name from a recent piece about a father ...

  • Hunting for answers

    The “possibly long-forgotten” head — which was labelled moose, but Dwyer figures is a caribou — was presented to the Royal Burgh of Ayr in 1916 ...

  • ‘Humans should at least be fed as well as prize hogs’

    In the early part of the 20th century, an incapacitating disease called beriberi was sickening the impoverished and taxing the health system. To ...