For most people, the physical and sexual abuse scandal at the former Mount Cashel Orphanage may have faded from their thoughts as the years have passed since the scandal broke — and the subsequent Hughes Inquiry and criminal and civil cases.
The victims, however, are left to deal with the devastating impact the abuse has had on their lives, for the rest of their lives.
And also left with varying degrees of emotions and frustration are family members, and those who were involved in the investigation, prosecution, judging and counselling.
In the Weekend Telegram print edition, read the second part in a powerful three-part series by reporter Barb Sweet about some of the ongoing struggles of victims.
Also in the print edition, get the jump on the latest in motocross in the province by reading reporter Steve Bartlett's article on the exciting opening of Riverview Motocross in Butlerville, a Bay Roberts neighbourhood.
And reporter James McLeod, in the second part of a three-part series, explores employee compensation issues at the College of the North Atlantic campus in Qatar.
The Telegram website offers only a sample of the stories our reporters, editors and photographers work hard to get to the public each week.
The Weekend Telegram print edition, on the other hand, contains numerous news, sports, entertainment, features, arts and lifestyle articles for everyone. Spruce up your summer reading and get informed with your copy of the paper.
Also in the print edition this weekend:
• Page A19, see the editorial cartoon, read Randy Simms' column and letters to the editor.
• Page A22, a letter for Gabe Gregory headlined, "The moratorium means more than northern cod."
• On D1, read about Peter Walsh's "White Fleet" documentary that airs tonight on CBC-TV
• Designer Elizabeth Kennedy answers our 20 Questions on page D2.
• Web Spin on D3 provides a sample of comments from our website.
• On D4, read about how this army veteran inspires new citizens and students with his experiences.
• Page D5 has articles about faith and includes the local church listings.
• On page D6, it's the outdoors page with two very informative columnists.
• On page E1, a feature on singer Dana Parsons.
• A movie review on page E6 notes: the sun, in its various hues and levels of intensity, plays an important role in Oliver Stone's latest film, "Savages."
• Page E7 contains a movie review of the psychic thriller Red Lights.
• On page E8, see what the critics think of the children's movie "Ice Age: Continental Drift."
• On page F1, Karl Wells' column is headlined, "A family, and a wine, with real heart." Now, you will want to read this.
• On page F3 are your puzzles. Crossword, Whizword, Quotes-Maze and Logic Minesweeper, and more.
• On page F4, Telegram desk editor Bonnie Belec — and mother of seven-year-old twins Lindsay and Liam — reviews some interesting childrens books. Also, get a listing of the latest book launches, readings and signings.
• Page F5 gives a review of musician R. Kelly's book about his life. The book may not what you'd expect from this controversial star. Also on this page, the top 10 hardcover fiction and non-fiction books in Canada for the week ending July 15, as compiled by Maclean's magazine.
• On Page F6, read local gardening columns by Janice Wells and J.J. Strong. With more condos going up in the St. John's area, Wells offers a few tips on condo gardening, or more specifically, gardening on the balconies of condos. Strong provides tips on what to do to protect your potatoes mid-season, and discusses such topics as raspberry picking and lawn care.
Intrigued yet? So much more to read in The Weekend Telegram print edition.