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Tireless and brave local activist Gemma Hickey reflects on the rocky road against prejudice and equality for those in the LGBTQQIP2SAA community
On November 29, 2021, Bill C-4, a bill to amend the criminal code making it illegal to practice conversion therapy in Canada, was tabled. 
NL’s own Gemma Hickey

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The province’s news leader continues to share the important stories that shape the province, country and world 
Jodi Cooke is one of NTV’s most seasoned journalists and perhaps the province’s most dynamic.
She embodies the spirit of NTV News, where versatility and professionalism are paramount. Cooke, who’s been with NTV

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*Originally published in our July 10-16, 2022 issue
Just as I thought the damage was done and the much-repudiated Donald Trump had exited the stage we find his ghost still haunts the halls, at least for a little while longer.  
The democratic process in the United States said a

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Newfoundland’s own Gordon Snow spent a lifetime in the fisheries.
A graduate of Memorial University in Biology and Geography, Snow spent over 35 years in the fisheries sector with the Canadian government and private industry in resource management and harvesting through the market, consulting those in government and industry and

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As we waited for a decision on the sale of The Basilica, St. Bonaventure’s School and the St. Bon’s Forum, last I told everybody that I didn’t really care what happened to the properties.
That’s because, despite being an old St. Bon’s boy and a member of the Catholic Church

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The late Sara Sexton was always an advocate for her son Tommy, recalls Tommy’s sister Mary Sexton.  
“Mom was 97 when she died, and she always loved everyone – it didn’t matter their sexuality or  their colour or religion. Love was love as far as mom was concerned,” she

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A visit to a quaint beach hut called A Little Cup of Sea in Colliers soothes the soul and calms the mind
The day was dreary, but the sight was delightful: an adorable beach hut tucked away on the edge of the ocean. We had arrived at A Little Cup

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Many children pass through the Janeway each and every year. The Herald takes pride in highlighting the story of one brave and resilient champion child
Taking place from June 4-5 the Janeway Children’s Miracle Network Telethon is a yearly benchmark to help highlight stories of bravery and perseverance over illness

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*Column originally appeared in our May 15-21, 2022 issue
Word that country superstar Naomi Judd had passed at the age of 76 wasn’t shocking – at least not at first. While being 76 isn’t  necessarily old by today’s standards, Judd ‘being of a certain age,’ was what I quickly attributed

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May 9-15 marks National Nursing Week across Canada. And for our nursing workforce across the province, there are never enough thank yous
I knew what I was getting into when I married a nurse, or at least I thought I did. 
I shacked up – proudly I might add –

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