Anglican cleric and poet John Donne used that phrase in a sermon, referring to church bells signifying a death. “No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the Continent …. Any man’s death diminishes me, for I am involved in mankind … therefore never
A former Bell Island native is getting creative in the real estate business in Fort Saskatchewan, asking each homeowner proudly; ‘‘Any Mummers ‘Loud in?’
Kristy Brien, a real estate agent with RE/MAX, moved from her Bell Island home to Alberta six years ago with her military husband. First posted
Bad things happen to good people, but when it comes to the kindness and generosity demonstrated from the kind hearts of Newfoundlanders, nothing is impossible
Sheila McCarthy’s heart was broken. As a grandmother, seeing her grandchildren happy is her number one priority, especially around their birthday. It crushed her when
Jesse Stirling’s Meetings with Remarkable People celebrates a milestone
Jesse Stirling jokes that his show some shorten to MWRP has a somewhat challenging name to remember.
“I say congratulations for getting the name right whenever anybody does achieve that. It’s the hardest name to remember in the world. People