Maka Binimelis has a challenging job at Stirling Communications. As Software Developer for NTV, OZFM and The Newfoundland Herald, she has her hands full. Still, for the second year in a row, Binimelis is giving back to those in need. “This August, I am taking part – once
Jamie Chafe-Badcock of St. John’s shares some positivity while awaiting his second double lung transplant in Toronto during a global pandemic
The last year and however many months has been incredibly unpredictable. For some, it’s been a time of reflection and opportunity. For most, it has been
Faced with a rare form of brittle bone disease, Shanea Halleran is a 12-year-old that has suffered more than 300 fractures.
Story by Griffen Stuckless
Shanea Halleran was just five weeks old when she fractured her arm, two of her toes, and two of her ribs. Janelle Making, Shanea’s
Veteran Kevin Dunne had his life changed (for the better) after being introduced to cannabis. He shares the benefits as a counselor at CannaConnect
It’s becoming easier and easier to get marijuana, legally. Advocates have shared that they strongly believe this has allowed many people with intractable medical issues
If there’s a nurse in your family, reach out and give them an unsolicited thank you for being their best when you, or someone you love, is at their worst! No doubt you’ve called on their care and comfort more times than you can count. A nurse is never off duty for family. So remember, the next time they offer you a piece of celery, chow down, and know they are doing so with only your best interests, and your intestines, in mind!
Jennifer Mews is passionate about the ancient art form of yoga. So passionate, in fact, that she has started offering yoga classes to local school children. A school teacher during school hours and a yoga teacher after class, Mews gave us the lowdown on her popular Kids Yoga classes, currently