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The email contains the results of a DNA test for which Reynolds-Boyce paid, and which declares her a Beothuk. “It’s a bad feeling when people say you are extinct, that you don’t exist, that you don’t count. This is ...
N.L. man surprised to cough up Christmas decoration
It's a wonder he's perfectly fine, really, and not suffering from pneumonia or some other infection after what happened to him over the past few weeks. Meeker is asthmatic and came down with a cold in November. Colds trigger his asthma, he says, ...
HST on books to start Sunday
In last spring’s budget, the provincial government announced it would apply the HST — which it increased from 13 per cent to 15 per cent — to the sale of books, which are currently subject only to five per cent GST (HST is already applied to e-book ...
Mark Gruchy, Gemma Hickey named Human Rights Award winners
Gruchy won the 2016 Newfoundland and Labrador Human Rights Award, while Hickey was named the 2016 Newfoundland and Labrador Human Rights Champion. Gruchy is a St. John’s laywer and chairman of the provincial division of the Canadian Mental Health ...
Newfoundlanders, Nova Scotians find coffee hot for online dating
Moffit is a relationship expert with Match, a dating website which recently compiled data on the most popular words used by Canadians in their profiles, by province. Newfoundlanders' love of coffee was displayed in the spring of 2015 with "Hortons" ...
Four local authors in the running for $150,000 literary prize
Sara Tilley’s “Duke,” Elisabeth de Mariaffi’s “The Devil You Know,” Joan Clark’s “The Birthday Lunch” and Leslie Vryenhoek’s “Ledger of the Open Hand” are among the 147 novels from around the globe on the longlist for the prestigious international ...