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the fogo island inn opens its doors to the public

‘fogo island inn’ by saunders architecture, fogo island, newfoundland, canada
image © iwan baan
all images courtesy of saunders architecture


Even turnips get a week

Three years ago, Mary Walsh, one of Newfoundland and Labrador’s most prolific comediennes, appeared on CBC’s “George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight” to talk projects and politics with Canada’s slouchiest talk show host. 592 more words


Instant party – just add friends

There are too many shows on television telling you how to throw a good party. Most of them involve the Martha Stewart-ization of house and home in order to impress your guests. 675 more words


nickgardner reblogged this on nickgardner.wordpress.com and commented:

Since it is a sunny holiday Monday, I had a craving for something decadent, so naturally, my mind lead me to hummus. Smoky, salty, nutty and thick hummus, and in so doing I remembered that in 2006 I wrote a column about the wonders of the garbanzo dip. I called it internally, Hummus Nature but it was published as "Instant Party, just add friends". Enjoy.

The One Shot: XIX

In this little miniseries called The One Shot –  I’ll give the joint one shot to make that one good impression. Win me over and I will sing praises; fall flat and, well… 466 more words


'How can we take nurses seriously when they are dressed in pyjamas?': New push to re-formalize nurses attire

In her 30 years as a nurse in rural Newfoundland, Karen Morris has seen the physical image of her profession change dramatically.

The starched white uniform and distinctive cap first gave way to plain-coloured surgical scrubs, then to brightly coloured and patterned scrubs and then, well, to just about anything, from spandex pants to short shorts and even low-cut tops, she says. 1,196 more words


A New Style of Nursing: Colon Cancer Screening Program

I’ve thoroughly enjoyed nursing throughout my 30 plus year career.  As we all know, there are any different types of nurses – some of us work in emergency, some with public health, others with obstetrics and so on.  935 more words

Making A Difference

Muskrat Falls project costs going up, power may be delayed: Nalcor Energy CEO

Costs for the $7.7-billion Muskrat Falls hydro project are going up and the date for first power from the dam may be delayed, says the head of Newfoundland and Labrador’s Crown energy corporation. 598 more words