The Autism Society of Newfoundland and Labrador’s sow & grow program is the latest transitions initiative to help those on the spectrum develop confidence & skills in the workforce
For those on the autism spectrum, taking the plunge to integrate into the workforce can be a daunting task. The
By: Margaret Harvey
A new not-for-profit thrift store in downtown St. John’s, helps people with mental illness
After a long and anticipated wait from the owners, The Downtown Wardrobe is officially open and ready for business.
Originally started as a pop-up shop, The Downtown Wardrobe now has a permanent
Tied to the history of Newfoundland, artist Morgan MacDonald seeks to portray the province’s rich and sometimes tragic history through art
This July first marks 103 years since the Battle of Beaumont-Hamel. That fateful day on the battlefields of France nearly wiped out the Newfoundland Regiment as they fought
Father and daughter share a passion for photography, but while their journey was anything but smooth, they learned to embrace the beauty along the way
Lorne Rostotski uncovered his artistic talent the way most rock musicians discover theirs, explaining, with a grin, that it’s all about the ladies.
The Bonavista Biennale is heading into its second summer exhibition in 2019, bringing 20 Canadian, international, and Indigenous artists and art-lovers to the Bonavista Peninsula from August 17 to September 15
The Biennale made its debut in 2017 with great success, winning the 2017 “Hospitality Newfoundland’s Cultural Tourism Award”
SGO Designer Glass’ owner/operator Dave Pye and designer Jillian Gardiner take a modern approach to traditional stained glass works, using progressive techniques to bring colour and creativity to homes, businesses and places of worship in Newfoundland.
“I’ve always been a creative sort,” Pye began. “Unlike Jillian, I didn’t go to
Wheeling and dealing irresistible indulgent treats for ten years and counting, the Newfoundland Chocolate Company proudly carries the torch for local culture
As a kid, there are two universal truths when you think of Easter. Sure, many of us attended Easter Sunday service or the Sunday School sessions in
Newfoundland and Labrador’s first province-wide live TV Bingo event starts February 17th and every Sunday at 4:30PM, on Canada’s Superstation NTV
Raise your hand if you grew up in Newfoundland and Labrador with some attachment to the game of bingo? We doubt there are many of your digits pointed
With February being heart month, the Row 4 Heart initiative aims to raise funds and awareness towards the leading killer of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians.
One in three people living in Newfoundland and Labrador will be impacted by cardiac illness.
Think about that for a second. Look around your office, the
Inspired by The Herald’s own creator, four friends follow their passion for gaming and create family-friendly hands-in brains-on fun with one spin-chilling twist – you must escape … or else!
Darkness. Grab a flashlight. The thin ray of light cast before us is more ominous than comforting. Freaked out