Take a moment to lean in and listen to what’s happening around the council table. The little bit of normalcy, routine, and poking fun might cheer you up.
St. John’s City Council met for approximately 17 minutes this week—so we drilled down into some of the regulatory issues around heritage designation. Whee!
When I moved to St. John’s I got work at a call center. Sometimes, on the other end of the line I’d hear “I’m not talking to a Newfie,” and then a dialtone.
It’s time for a renewed commitment to heritage in St. John’s, and to remind ourselves just why it’s so important.
City Councillors are dedicated, hard-working people, and we shouldn’t blame them for being stunned
Newfoundland’s history, like its people, is much more complex than we’re taught in school. That’s something which needs to change.
If we value our culture and heritage, why are we so bad at preserving it?
I’m all for development. And that means an end to these foolish downtown hotels.