Six things to know about Corner Brook’s new Electric Bike Share program

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Blue Rodeo: Better Live or on Youtube?

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Corner Brook sings “12 Days of Christmas” – 2014 Edition

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Six things to know about Corner Brook’s new Electric Bike Share program

The Western Environment Centre is about to launch their brand new Electric Bike Share Project in Corner Brook, which will let you or visitors to the city rent an electric bike to boot around the city on. After spending a week with one of the bikes, here are six things that I learned about the bikes that you should know.  Read more…

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FRAMED West: Calling for Participants and Actors!

Submitted by Eilish McBrearty.

If you are interested in being in front of or behind the camera this is an opportunity for you! FRAMED West, a one-week film education program, is coming back to Corner Brook from April 27 to May 1.  Read more…

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Blue Rodeo: Better Live or on Youtube?

This week I realized something.  It had been swirling in my mind for a long time, but it hit home pretty hard Wednesday night during the Jim Cuddy and Greg Keelor show at the Arts and Culture Centre.  It’s no longer just a problem amongst kids, but it’s now permeated to reach our parents and grandparents.

Kids, it’s time to talk to your parents about appropriate cell phone use. Read more…

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“They Didn’t get it All Wrong”: Parenting Strategies used by our Parents that are in Need of a Reintroduction

February is Psychology month, and we’ll be featuring a number of pieces from local psychologists throughout the month. This week comes from Irene Barrett.

There’s no doubting it, our children are being raised at a great time. Parents today are being provided with a wealth of resources and opportunities to support their kids to develop into all that they can be. Read more…

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“Easy, mom and dad – it’s just a game”: The psychology of parenting kids in sports

February is Psychology month, and we’ll be featuring a number of pieces from local psychologists throughout the month. This week comes from Carla Penney.

From the first day of t-ball to the end of junior league, parents enroll their kids in organized sports to provide them with an opportunity to be physically active, learn new skills, and ultimately have fun. Read more…