Canadians will have a new choice when they cast their ballots in this October’s federal election.
The newly minted People’s Party of Canada (PPC) was formed by Maxime Bernier in September of 2018, following his resignation from the Conservative Party, and is running a full slate of candidates across the country.
Ben Ruckpaul, 24, is the St. John’s South— Mount Pearl People’s Party candidate.
With one full term under his belt, St John’s South - Mount Pearl MP Seamus O’Regan says he is looking forward to taking another swing at federal politics.
O’Regan says he is proud of the work he was able to put in during his first term, describing his riding as having some of the best of both worlds in terms of urban and rural areas.
A former MUN basketball star is hoping to make a slam dunk for the Conservatives in the upcoming federal election.
Chapman, 40, lives in Paradise with his wife and three children, and is the Conservative Party of Canada’s Avalon candidate.
Almost a month after a malfunction at a lift station on the corner of St. Thomas Line and Topsail Road, there is a still no timeline for when residents can expect a permanent fix.
Last week, Mayor Dan Bobbett confirmed that following the installation of external equipment, pumper trucks, which had been running 24/7 to pump sewage out of the lift station, would no longer be required, and would instead be put on standby for occasional use.
The Town of Conception Bay South is entering into a partnership with the Foxtrap Harbour Authority.
He did his best, but CBS councilor Darrin Bent couldn’t persuade his colleagues to give a property owner a break on back taxes.
He was a big man with a booming voice and a gentle bear of a personality that couldn't mask a razor-sharp mind and a compulsion for straightforwardness.
Holyrood Mayor Gary Goobie had high praise last week for a former municipal leader, but it wasn’t someone in his town, but rather the one next door.
The Town of Conception Bay South is tweaking the rules concerning who can serve on the downtown Business Improvement Area’s board of directors.
The recommendation from staff was to reject it, but Paradise councillors weren’t comfortable with that idea Tuesday when they voted to send a proposal for a 67-lot subdivision back to committee for a second chance at approval.