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Expert says adding daycares to district schools makes sense, we revisit the Colonial Building Riots of 1932, workers fix up ski trails while awaiting the snow, and woman uses wood-burning skills to feed the hot demand for charcuterie boards
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What if toddlers went to school? Expert says adding daycares to district schools makes sense. We revisit the Colonial Building Riots of 1932 in St. John's, ski and nature park crew in Pasadena uses lack of snow to widen the trails, and a woman is busy making charcuterie boards with Newfoundland food-related sayings.