The Premier’s Youth Council held their annual meeting at Confederation Building last week. The Premier and other guest speakers spent the day with the 25 member council.
It’s been seven months since Beth Penney graduated from CNA’s journalism program. Now she’s one of NTV’s newest and most enthusiastic reporters.
‘It keeps us up to speed to the rest of the world. I mean, everything we do these days is online.’
The terms have and have not do very little to explain the province’s financial situation.
‘The arts and entertainment in general are one of the few industries that people will ever ask you to do your work for free.’
A six-week physical exercise program for current cancer patients and survivors is helping to provide the resources for their group to help them thrive after cancer.
The pressures of farming, including unpredictable weather, financial stress and an around-the-clock workload, have caused Canadian farmers to experience mental health issues.
CNA journalism graduate has made his mark in the news world and is hosting a brand new radio show which covers most of the province.
NLC believes the Dabber Hashery is in violation of the Cannabis Act for telling legal-age customers their products are for cannabis.
With marijuana now legal, Nycki Temple-Delisle recounts her struggle with the law for selling pipes and papers