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COMFORT FOOD: Marystown church program brings meals to vulnerable seniors and disabled
It took only a couple of hours on Monday to validate how much a new meal delivery program for seniors and people with disabilities was needed in the Marystown area. “The calls are coming in furious,” said Anne Marie Hodder, who was ...
Three St. John’s heritage properties and their owners recognized
In a city where built heritage is a significant part of our culture, St. John’s city council recognized owners of three heritage structures for their efforts in restoring and enhancing the properties. Certificates of recognition were awarded ...
Commanding presence: 20 Questions with Michele Tessier of Grand Bank
Two islands on opposite ends of the country each hold a special place in Cdr. Michele Tessier’s heart. Tessier was born and raised in Grand Bank, while much of her career in the Canadian navy was spent on Vancouver Island in British ...
Animated film aims to teach youth about cod moratorium's impact on Newfoundland and Labrador
An animated film featuring Eugene “Gene” Maloney, a fisherman and boat builder from Bay Bulls, N.L., aims to tell the story of the northern cod moratorium for a young audience. Jenn Thornhill Verma, a writer who grew up in Corner ...
How Newfoundland and Labrador writers have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic
For 21 years, the annual BMO Winterset Award has celebrated Newfoundland and Labrador writers across all genres. Executive director of ArtsNL Reg Winsor said the prize of $12,500 for the winner and $3,000 for two other finalists makes it one of ...
Marystown photographer finds beauty in vulnerability for collection of human body portraits he hopes to publish
Photographing the human body has been an eye-opening experience for Colin Pittman. The Marystown-based photographer has also learned a few new technical aspects about the art form. Struggling with his own weight and self-image issues over the ...
RCMP officer from P.E.I. helps launch fundraiser to buy hockey equipment for northern Labrador community
An RCMP officer from P.E.I. has helped bring back hockey to a remote community in northern Labrador. Now, he’s part of a big fundraising effort to make sure all children in the impoverished area can take part. Const. Dylan Bergmark, from ...
Lunar literature: Newfoundland author will see her work sent to the moon
Since she was only three when it happened, Carolyn Parsons doesn't remember very much about the first moon landing, but she knows where she was when it happened. When Neil Armstrong took those first, historic steps on July 20, 1969, the ...
JOAN SULLIVAN: Martin delivers taut ninth instalment of Sgt. Windflower mysteries
The ninth in this crime series has geographic stretch, from its base in Grand Bank across the North American continent. “A Perfect Storm” opens with Eddie Tizzard, formerly with the RCMP Grand Bank detachment, now entering his hotel room ...
Gerald Thompson remembered as a dedicated member of his community
Children learn a million lessons from their parents. Over time, they learn mundane things like learning to shave or tying knots in their laces. They also learn about being respectful and the proper way to treat a person. For Peter Thompson, ...