A few questions with Halifax artist Élana Camille Saimovici
Why can’t it be you? The driving force behind success
SUCCESS = career + money ... or does it?
Should I stay or should I go? A look at graduate retention
A conversation with Canadian Armed Forces veteran and health ...
Generational value gaps shifting as individualist thinking warps view ...
Success: Two women. Two lives. One take.
Five questions, 10 answers: let's make prejudice, inequality history
Money. Happiness. Family. How do we define success?
Memorial University digitizes doctor’s diaries
Smudging ceremony held at RCMP headquarters in St. John's
DirtTrax Television crew touring western Newfoundland to film show for its off-road ATV series
Poetry podcast debuts on CHMR-FM
Nature Newfoundland and Labrador trains diverse group to lead multilingual hike
Farm and Market in Clarenville to open for the season
The Farm and Market in Clarenville opens for its third season on Saturday, June 22. The not-for-profit community enterprise opened a new building last year and hosted close to 200 different vendors from June through December 2018. Each Saturday ...
Events in and around the fabulous city of St. John's
Friday, June 21 Activities 10 a.m. Field to Flight 2019 marks a century since the first nonstop flight across the Atlantic and Admiralty House has created a new exhibit at The Annex, 365 Old Placentia Rd., titled “Field to ...
Northern Arm youth credits Boys and Girls Club of Canada with helping her grow
Privilege and opportunity are two things Shealah Hart thinks of often when her mind shifts to the Boys and Girls Club of Canada. A 19-year-old from Northern Arm, Hart has been involved with the club in the neighbouring community of Botwood ...
Queen Street Dinner Theatre ready for new season in Grand Falls-Windsor
The key to a successful dinner theatre is balance. You can’t have a great performance and subpar food or vice versa. There needs to be a balance between great entertainment and great food. That is something Queen Street Dinner ...
Exploits Jazz Band celebrating 35 years of beautiful music with concert series
There are a lot of years of beautiful music behind the Exploits Jazz Band. It all started 35 years ago, when Laura Race, Mike Race, and Terry Burke dreamed of creating a band for the Grand Falls-Windsor and Gander area. Laura said the band ...
Ben Waldner and Glenn Penney meet in St. Anthony after working in Manitoba mines 50 years ago
Ben Waldner immediately recognized the familiar face he'd last seen in the nickel mines of Thompson, Man., nearly 50 years ago. He had travelled from Manitoba, across Ontario, Quebec and Labrador, to once again see this old friend and ...
Town of Clarenville to name street after Corwin Mills
The newest street name in Clarenville will remember and honour a late business leader in the community. At the Tuesday, June 4, Clarenville council meeting, the town approved naming a new road after Corwin Mills, an attorney and partner of Mills, ...
Amalgamated Academy shows pride thanks to school's first gay-straight alliance group
A group of Amalgamated Academy students are making an extra effort to promote inclusivity at their school. Earlier this year, the students formed the Bay Roberts school's first gay-straight alliance (GSA) group. Jazmine Jewer and Juliet ...
Things to do in St. John's from now until Sunday
Wednesday, June 19 Activities 10 a.m. Refugee Week Open House The Association for New Canadians’ ESL School, 148 Elizabeth Ave., invites everyone to meet the adult ESL students and learn about their cultures of origin. ...
Things to do in and around St. John's this weekend rather than going online
Friday, June 14 Activities 8 a.m. Together: A Day on the Town A new photography exhibit by the Association for New Canadians (ANC) is on display at St. John’s City Hall in the Wyatt Hall until Thursday, June 27. ...