Thom Barker: Scheer’s fireside message… well, that was painful
Bent steel and broken lives: why do we drive too fast?
VIDEO: Roddickton-Bide Arm protest demands local logs be cut home
Trial dates changed for Northern Peninsula man
Parson’s Pond woman pleads not guilty to causing Cow Head teen’s death
Majority of seals rescued in Roddickton-Bide Arm
New Year’s baby at St. Anthony's Charles S. Curtis Memorial Hospital
St. Anthony RCMP advise of unsafe ice conditions in St. Anthony Harbour
Town of Roddickton-Bide Arm hosts meeting to discuss future of forestry
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Why herringbone is hot in home design
It’s a pattern that dates back to the Roman Empire and Ancient Egypt. Yet it never seems to go out of style. We’re talking about herringbone — a design esthetic that the experts say is trending higher lately in home design and which ...
Q and A with Debbie Travis: Lighthearted kitchens
Dear Debbie; Our kitchen is desperate for a reno, but our budget is limited. Lots of action with a young family. We replaced the fridge and stove with white ones. I want a bright happy space. Where would you start? ~ Eva Dear Eva; As is ...
HOUSE WORKS: Insulating a cottage; outdoor crafts and circular windows
Insulating lakefront cottage Q: What are the best insulation strategies for a lakefront cottage that was never insulated? This place has a crawl space that allows access to the underside of the floor joists, and the walls are stud construction ...
What are the differences between sparkling wines?
As midnight approaches on New Year’s Eve, revellers anxiously anticipate toasting the arrival of a new year with a glass of something bubbly. Once the cork is popped and the drinks are poured, the party can truly begin. Although revellers may ...
Tethered safety: Wi-Fi cameras come with tradeoffs
Wi-Fi has made it a lot easier to live more comfortably and without so many cables in our homes, as evidenced by the popularity of devices like smart TVs, speakers and thermostats. It’s also made it easier to live safer, thanks to the rollout ...
RATHER BE OUTDOORS: Make a welcoming first impression
Sandi has a problem and unfortunately, it’s a common one. Sandi’s home has two front doors that are close enough to each other to confuse guests and delivery people. She is hoping that some creative landscaping will help her visitors get ...
HOUSE WORKS: household ventilators, a child’s first bandsaw and icicle problems
The concerns you have are exactly the same ones I had a long time ago when I realized that my house needed the fresh air delivered by an HRV. ...
MY HANDMADE HOME: Product profile Lighting it up (in vivid colour)
Most people know pink is my favourite colour, but I wasn’t expecting the lights in my home office to suddenly start flashing hot pink, soft pink and magenta while I was on a call. I heard giggles from upstairs as my office exploded with ...
MY HANDMADE HOME: Making Christmas pom-pom garlands
Let’s get this out of the way up front: I dislike Christmas decor. I mean, it’s fine in other people’s houses. I know plenty of people who love decorating for the holidays and their homes look wonderful. But in my house? Ugh. ...
How to handle holiday hosting
Holiday revellers tend to be busy with social engagements — from corporate parties to cocktails with close friends — between Christmas and New Year’s Day. Chances are, many people will be attending a party and/or hosting their own ...