There is no specific legislation to address how people with cognitive disabilities can exercise their right to vote if they are incapacitated.
Students feel the burden when they are forced to complete mandatory internships. Without compensation, some students simply cannot afford to complete the requirement for their program.
The city of St. John’s is not able to ban plastic bags because an old provincial law is still under review. However, city council continues to support the ban provincewide. Melissa Wong Kicker
One month ago, an E. Coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce infected people across Canada and the United States, killing one Canadian and one American. But surprisingly there were no recalls of romaine lettuce. Kicker’s Jessie Dobbin […]
St. John’s winter-wonderland is a struggle for some.
Local paramedicine student fed up with financial burden of field placements.
There’s an automation wave coming. Preparation will determine whether we sink or swim.
With uncertainty in the future of cable news, networks are embracing social media to keep people tuned in.
The #MeToo movement empowered women all around the globe, and has shone light into a dark corner.
Family members of late broadcaster and politician Don Jamieson announced the creation of a new scholarship Thursday to assist students entering the fields of journalism, political science and communications.