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Genevieve Brouillette

Genevieve Brouillette has 29 articles published.

Paradise man uses social media to connect job-seekers and employers

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Chris Buckley has taken to Facebook and Twitter to create his own online job board.

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REVIEW: ‘Shameless’ by Marilyn Churley

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Far from her Happy Valley-Goose Bay home, Marilyn Churley found herself pregnant in the 60s with little support and few options. ‘Shameless’ tells the story of her reunion with her son more than 20 years later and her fight for adoption disclosure as a politician in Ontario. This Sunday she launches her book in St. John’s.

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“The silence is killing us”

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Hundreds gathered in St. John’s Wednesday to share stories and concerns around the state of mental health services in the province

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Local challenge encourages NLers to reconnect with the outdoors

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We spend too much time indoors, and it’s changing the way we understand the natural environment and our place in it. For the month of May a local environment group is challenging Newfoundlanders and Labradorians to get outside for 30 minutes each day and share the experience with others.

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Farming failures, foraging fortunes

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No matter how successful your garden, there’s always something wild growing right around the corner.

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Writers at Woody Point celebrates a decade of literature and music

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Ten years strong, the popular annual literary festival continues to showcase some of Canada and Newfoundland and Labrador’s best authors and musicians in the heart of Gros Morne National Park.

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Raspberry cascade

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Jam, pie, preserves, tea, wine, or just fresh – however you want to consume them, the sweet seasonal treat is abundant and ripe for the picking in most parts of the province.

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Cheep thrills

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Recent headlines regarding abandoned chickens blame urban ‘hipster farmers’, but there’s more to the story…

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Foodie

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What makes a ‘foodie,’ – a willingness to try anything, or an appreciation for the food you consume?

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Eating away at a problem

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Japanese Knotweed has invaded Canada in a big way, Newfoundland included. One solution? Bite back.

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Water at stake?

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If we accept that water is a basic human right, why do we allow our governments to give it away while neglecting to provide drinkable water to people and communities across the province and country?

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Food sovereignty and other priorities

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While many are benefiting from the province’s move toward a full-on energy economy, there is little hope for future generations, who will wonder why we didn’t think of them by investing in a sustainable food secure and food sovereign future.

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REVIEW: The Breakwater Book of Contemporary Newfoundland Poetry

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Newly released anthology of Newfoundland poetry reveals depth of province’s talent.

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Tentalizing meals on the trail

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It’s spring and many things are growing. So too should our knowledge of local food and foraging.

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Celebrating five years of (picture) starting careers

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The Newfoundland Independent Filmmakers Co-operative is celebrating the fifth anniversary of its Picture Start program, which helps would-be filmmakers enter the industry.

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Nutritious, local, and overlooked

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Coastal cultures worldwide have made seaweed an integral part of their diet. Why haven’t we?

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Setting intentions for Spring and beyond

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Small changes in our everyday lives make a big difference in the course of a year

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Absurdities of global food travel

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How we’re selling ourselves short

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Pony tales and tall tales

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Amongst proliferating food scandals, simple local solutions for fueling our bodies and living better.

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