“It could always be worse,” says the kindly cashier at the corner store not a five-minute walk from my east end home.
Ain’t that the truth?
For context, this and many conversations across the island revolve around the current state of the world and Newfoundland and Labrador’s curious place in
With a year’s worth of surviving a pandemic under our collective belts, we can say one thing for certain and that’s this: thank goodness we live where we do. Beyond the fact that being surrounded by water has made our contact with COVID somewhat more manageable, that we also have