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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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St. John’s making its move further east

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Watch out Logy Bay-Middle Cove-Outer Cove – St. John’s is growing your way. The City of St. John’s has permitted a developer to move forward with a residential subdivision east of the Stavanger Drive area, to be comprised of 65 new homes. Logy Bay-Middle Cove-Outer Cove Mayor John Kennedy has objected to the proposal because of problems with downstream flooding in the area, but St. John’s city staff indicate a residential development will actually benefit the floodplain as the green space will soak up some water. Source: VOCM

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St. John’s city council to debate large projects tonight

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Council has three projects to look at approving this evening, which Councillor Frank Galgay says will give the city a significant financial boost – but all three would require rezoning properties. The first is for development of a 68 lot residential subdivision in the area of Stavanger Drive. The second is an application for the development of 244 condominiums in the Blackmarsh Road and Captain Whalen Drive area. The third comes from Manga Inc and involves an increase the number of condominiums proposed for the site of the old Star of the Sea Hall on Henry Street. This would mark the second time in recent months a developer has asked to increase the number of units in a new building already under construction. Source: VOCM

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Atlantic Canada facing growth challenge: BMO

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In a report released yesterday by the Bank of Montreal, entitled “Atlantic Canada’s Growth Challenge”, the BMO is warning Atlantic Canadians that “as stimulus turns to restraint, growth will be pressured by a combination of higher tax burdens, declining capital spending and sluggish labour force growth”. Kevin Lynch, BMO Vice Chair says that “Atlantic Canada has the most challenging demographics of any region of Canada, with trade most concentrated in countries and regions that are not beneficiaries of the global economic gravity shift”. Interesting figures presented in the report include: Newfoundland & Labrador leads the region with 3.5 per cent growth in 2011 and Nova Scotia expected to lead in 2012 with 1.9 per cent growth. Employment is growing fastest in Newfoundland & Labrador with growth rates of 3.9 per cent in 2011 and 0.9 per cent in 2012. Nova Scotia features the lowest unemployment rate in 2011 and 2012,…

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One night in Kelowna

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Or: How I learned to stop worrying and love my square butt

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