I woke with one thought: oh crap! Well, maybe two thoughts: ouch! And then oh crap! The reason? The back of my throat felt raw and sore. “It’s nothing,” I told myself. Hydrate. Maybe gargle some salt water. Good as new.
By noon, instead of going on a hike, I
Reg Taylor has spent a lifetime serving customers throughout the province, providing the best of the best locally-grown and produced grub for family mug-ups
Reg Taylor is a name known throughout this province of ours. If you’ve eaten a field-grown NL vegetable, chowed down on a locally made sausage,
This province’s Minister of Health talks life and times during COVID-19
As someone who loves the great outdoors, Dr. John Haggie, MHA for Gander and Minister of Health and Community Services, says he gets how frustrating life has become under the current public health orders.
‘Trying to be cautious’
Front-line workers are heroes. Little debate over that point. What was in debate, however was whether time off over Christmas trumped the need to roll out vaccinations.
One Newfoundlander found himself in the news defending the fact that just 13,200 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were administered throughout Ontario when