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Navigating Nursing Homes November 02, 2013

Throughout October, The Telegram reported on complaints family members were making about nursing homes in and around St. John's and responses — or sometimes the lack of response — from health care officials.

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Local
Ideally, long-term care homes are homes. It’s where many people will spend their final years of life. That’s why choosing the right place is crucial. — Photo by Thinkstock
20 Questions October 28, 2013

Each week, The Telegram visits a person of note — or one who is surely notable — and puts to them our 20 Questions.

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Living
Living With Death: The Series October 14, 2013

Death. It's a natural part of the life cycle, and something about which we all have a morbid curiosity. For some, it goes beyond curiosity — it's a facet of their daily life. Telegram reporter Tara Bradbury introduces you to a group of people who, by choice or by chance, deal with death every day. This is her four-part series "Living With Death," running in the Telegram Oct. 9 to 12.

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Living
On Our Radar September 24, 2013

The Telegram strives to keep the public informed, particularly when that information involves homes, neighbourhoods, security, social justice, livelihoods and pocketbooks.
Our reporters ask questions on your behalf on matters of public interest and policy, but the answers aren’t always forthcoming.
In order to shine a little extra light on stories where information is denied or deemed unavailable, or where those accountable refuse to comment, we’re introducing a regular feature called On Our Radar, to let readers know the efforts we’ve gone to on their behalf.
On Our Radar gives a synopsis of a story we’re following, lets you know the current status of our coverage, and explains who ultimately has the answers to the questions we’ve been asking.
We hope you find it informative and that it prompts you to ask some questions of your own.
Find out what’s On Our Radar, every week…

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News
2013 Canada Summer Games August 05, 2013

A complement of 200 Newfoundland and Labrador athletes, coaches, managers and mission staff arrived Thursday, Aug. 1, 2013 in Sherbrooke, Que., the site of the 2013 Canada Summer Games, which officially opened Friday.

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Sports
Newfoundland and Labrador’s Travis Taylor gets the forceout at second base on Prince Edward Island baserunner Jed Noonan (38) during Canada Games baseball action in Sherbrooke, Que., on Saturday. It was the first game for the Newfoundland entry, which won 5-3.