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Decorated karate and kick-boxing champion Michael Foley continues his families lineage of teaching the next great wave of Newfoundland’s martial artists
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It’s fairly common in passing to refer to someone as ‘a fighter.’ Whether for a tenacious attitude, a no-quit drive, or simply a scrappy penchant for getting into

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Educator turned author Patrick J. Collins seamlessly weaves fact and fiction, becoming one of our island’s most prolific authors of historical fiction
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Riverhead, Harbour Grace’s Patrick J. Collins has always harboured a deep curiosity, particularly when it comes to his home-region.
A retired educator who taught across the island,

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Newfoundlander Keith Muise spreads awareness, creativity, happiness and smiles in a campaign to promote positivity
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It’s not every day that you come across genuine people putting in hard work with no expectations of anything in return. This is the case, however, for Newfoundland born and raised Keith Muise.
Awareness &

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Known as the world’s longest and toughest snowmobile endurance race, participants of Cain’s Quest know they’re in it for the long haul
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Totalling more than 3,000 kilometres of travelling through remote environments and unpredictable weather, racers push themselves to the limits in an all out race to the finish

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Marystown’s own Kaetlyn Osmond roars into the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea in the wake of a career year
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A perfect year in sports is a rare thing. You likely have a better chance at spotting a unicorn, or reeling in a merb’y. Marystown native and world-ranked

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