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The Positive Stories of Heritage in St. John's

Despite some losses in our built heritage collection, there is a lot of work ongoing to save and enhance other properties. A newly renovated property on Rennie's Mill Road is a perfect example.
Written by Dave Lane at 09:00

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All Hail Our Economic Saviour During Hard Times: The Small Business

The headlines are starting to drive a growing fear: we’re in the bust after the boom. The party’s over. The jig is up. It was good while it lasted, but the good times are coming to an end. Sigh.
Written by Dave Lane at 10:40

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The Four Sisters and the Stars of Heritage Restoration

The stars have aligned! The many elements required for a heritage structure to be saved and restored have come together in the case of a well-known set of St. John’s properties known as The Four Sisters.
Written by Dave Lane at 15:18

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Here's Why I Think St. John's Should Finally Improve Its Public Transit System

There seems to be a lack of motivation to improve St. John's public transit system despite calls from all quarters. Dave makes the case for finally tackling the issue.
Written by Dave Lane at 21:30

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St. John's Has to Strengthen its Bike Lane Network

St. John's is once again exploring and debating its cycling network. Why should we have cycling lanes, and what should we do to enhance them? Councillor Dave Lane offers his view.
Written by Dave Lane at 17:55

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