People of the church remind us through this pandemic all we need is a little hope
Faith is something we are all told to keep within our minds and our souls since our early ages of living.
Celebrating religion and God is something that many people of Newfoundland and
It’s impressive, perhaps even incredible, what Eddie Sheerr has accomplished in just five short years – both personally and professionally. One of the province’s most identifiable faces, he’s endeared himself to an entire province and – with his aw-shucks charm – has been adopted and embraced as one of our own.
The following is an official statement from the office of Minister of Veterans Affairs and the Associate Minister of National Defence, Newfoundland and Labrador’s MP Seamus O’Regan, regarding his recent surgery.
On Monday, Minister O’Regan was not feeling great and Tuesday it got worse. Assuming it was the flu,
By: Ken Reid
Despite all we know, or think we know, about pit bulls, the truth just might surprise us all
This summer, the media was aflutter with news that a pit bull mauled a woman in Quebec. The report met with widespread outrage. Various municipalities in Quebec discussed enacting
Nova Scotia Band’s Busy Year Includes Stops on the rock. Blink and you’ll miss Hillsburn, Nova Scotia, nestled alongside the Bay of Fundy. According to Rosanna Burrill, one of the singers in the five-piece folk group of the same name, it’s a hidden gem worth discovering.
The same can be said
O’Donel High has become known as a hot-spot for artistic talent. Their theatre troupe have put off a slew of highly regarded productions from talented students, including the likes of Grease, Little Shop of Horrors, Fame, The Wizard of Oz, Aida and most recently The Sound of Music. Now, the