"One of the sayings we use when we talk about Tap Your Potential is that 'people from the smallest places can do the biggest things.' This is so true for Newfou...ndland and Labrador.” From artists to businesspeople, Fortis Tap Your Potential is celebrating inspiring Newfoundlanders and Labradorians, while showing the potential that lies within each of us. Read our Q&A with Fortis' Karen McCarthy for more!
It’s no wonder Mike Wahl is an award-winning entrepreneur – just listen how passionately he talks about not just helping people restore their health, but helping them truly appreciate it in the first place.
Where does the resilience of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians come from? From a history of facing hard times together, as a community.
Whether training in Corner Brook or Zimbabwe, Dr. Dawn Howse has had a pack of great mentors from around the world during her medical career.
“I plan my week out on Sunday night, and I know for sure that my plan is going to be changed, destroyed, or ruined on Monday morning.” Boyd Merrill talks about being “on call” for 28 years.
When you start working for positive change in your community, it’s so rewarding to stand back and watch the momentum grow.
Seeing someone else have a lightbulb moment is one of the coolest feelings.
Mental health as a healthcare professional: Dr. Mohamed Ravalia opens up about opening up.
When it comes to our arts scene, NL punches well above its weight.
He may live in New York now, but Romano Di Nillo hasn’t forgotten the simple truths he learned growing up in Newfoundland & Labrador: be kind, and work hard.
How do you know if you’re qualified for a job? If it weren’t for a random newspaper article, Lisa Browne might have missed out on applying for her dream job.
Kitchens can be such a high-stress environment – which is why Jeremy Charles’ positive attitude is such an asset to his leadership as a chef.
When she was starting a project that required new skills, Dr. Jane Hurley got a valuable piece of advice: “You don’t know how to do it yet… but you will.”
When you’re healing serious injuries, it helps to realize each patient is on their own journey – and Dr. Andrew Furey believes doctors are on that journey together with their patients.
Congrats World Champion Kaetlyn Osmond!
People sure are proud to be from Newfoundland and Labrador… must be something in the water? (Besides the fish!)