The original signage of a St. John’s clothing store ran by two Polish WWII Freedom Fighters was discovered during renovations to the downtown restaurant.
The Newsbag for September 4th, 2018: The Ninth Premier of Newfoundland & Labrador Takes to the Field Amid Softball Scuffle As a hard-nosed lawyer, a cutthroat business man, and the controversial ninth Premier of Newfoundland & Labrador, we should all know by now that Danny
A park in Oxford, N.S. has been losing ground to a growing crater that is rapidly swallowing trees, picnic benches, and portions of a parking lot.
Well, I guess the age old advice of “never go grocery shopping while high” has gone up in a cloud of smoke.
It seems the robbery of parking meters is one of the least violent options in a “desperate times, desperate measures” scenario. At least the heads in jeopardy of being busted are those of a piece of curb-side machinery and not attached to the shoulders of a gas station clerk.
That sweet smell of success in the air is actually Newfoundland & Labrador PC leadership hopeful Ches Crosbie’s secret ingredients to an effective campaign… And it also smells a lot like sweet potato fries.