Newfoundland and Labrador Organization of Women Entrepreneurs (NLOWE)

Heather completed the Entrepreneurship Training Program at Memorial University in 2019. The program co-ordinator, Grace Tatigan, invited Heather to chat about why she chose to do the program and what life is like as a solo entrepreneur. Head over and follow the program on Twitter @mun_etp or visit their page here.


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Faces of the Florizel On the Air

Heather sat down with Dale Jarvis, Folklorist and Deanna Walter, Assistant Museum Manager from Admiralty House Communications Museum to discuss the history of the SS Florizel disaster and the behind-the-scenes work that went into preparing the Faces of the Florizel exhibit.


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Sealing Vessel, Troopship, and Luxury Liner: SS Florizel

Heather Elliott, the Original Shipster, speaking at The Rooms "Coffee and Culture" in St. John's, Newfoundland, February 22nd, 2018.

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Shipster in the Harbour with CBC

Heather walks the St. John’s harbour front with Jamie Fitzpatrick, chatting about ships, maritime history, and how she gets crew members to tell her about their lives.


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How do you make an economy grow?

Heather speaks with Jamie Fitzpatrick about the importance of heritage preservation and keeping youth engaged.


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Web Trawler - The Original Shipster

Heather speaks with VOCM’s Andrew Hawthorn about maritime history and the role that social media can play in preservation.


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Original Shipster on Out of the Fog

Heather sits down with Erin Sulley to discuss the SS Florizel and the importance of maritime history. Aired February 23, 2016.


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Shipwrecks and Social Media with Heather Elliott

On this episode, Heather talks with Dale Jarvis about ships, the sea, and tips for navigating the waters of social media.