‘Even after a week of hearing that news, I could not fathom the fact that it was me. I was one of the people who was chosen.’
‘We went there all as strangers, but we left as best friends and family.’
‘I never thought about the fact that if this closes down…Where would I go? I’d probably end my career.’
Mobile food operators frustrated by the city of St. John’s regulations and red tape.
“We have a whole set of handouts that help people recognize the danger signs, so they know when they’ll need to go further than just their own coping mechanisms.”
‘Even the people I work with don’t talk about it. They sweep it under their rugs.’
With Transgender Day of Visibility approaching, post secondary students are advocating for more representation.
A local university student is making a short film called I Found Myself, a representation of women who have used their hardships to build their successes.
The Memorial University Chemistry department has created ‘intelligent material’ designed to detect tiny traces of neonicotinoid: a chemical found in pesticides that kill bees.
Grocery shopping isn’t just about saving money; it’s about saving the planet.