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.
There are no shortage of crashes and mishaps during the annual 2,200 kilometre tarmac rally race, and internet rubberneckers have been eating up the videos.
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.