RUSSELL WANGERSKY: It is (over) written
St. John's, meet The Growlers, the province's new ECHL team
Research saving people from the ‘Newfoundland curse’
N.L. doctors release 10-year plan for family medicine
Book Remarks — One For the Rock
N.L. government looking for public comments on environmental impact statement ...
Food Dude — Dr. Frank's Gastrotorium
Retired soldier Jamie MacWhirter’s crusade to meet post-traumatic stress ...
Newfoundland and Labrador residents split on renaming of Discovery Day: poll
VIBERT: Nova Scotia's Tory leadership campaign taking its toll
Russell Wangersky: Knowing what you’re getting into
Letter: More reasons to rein in federal fisheries ministers
Russell Wangersky: Place your bets, please
Editorial: Opportunity knocks
Flat Bay’s Kevin Beanland is Air Canada’s Flying Fiddler
Letter: Bay Roberts softball players earn kudos
I have never seen the likes of what I saw the first weekend of September. Actually, I have … but not nearly often enough. An end-of-the summer softball tournament in Bay Roberts could have been a chance for the local team to show its ...
Gary Shaw: We aren’t the only ones out there berry picking
LABRADOR CITY, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA We folks from Labrador are by virtue of the fact of where we are, and the culture that we are exposed to, and live in, watch the coming and going of the seasons with a bit more ...
Pat Cullen: Flawed but worthy - the Trudeau poverty-reduction strategy
The Trudeau government's Opportunity for All-Canada's First Poverty Reduction Strategy plans to cut poverty in Canada by 20 per cent in two years, which will give around 900,000 people a modest standard-of-living. By 2030 this will rise to ...
Editorial: Chilling times ahead
Do you have your wood stacked and dried for winter? Have you called the propane company to be sure the tank for your propane fireplace is full before the winter rush starts? Maybe you should. Earlier this week, news started surfacing about a ...
DeMONT: Ghosts of family trauma haunt descendants
Families can have a defining narrative — one story that, with its power, seems to overwhelm all others. ...
Letter: School district spending problems – the result of inadequate educational governance
The past few days in Newfoundland and Labrador have seen a media outcry about the recently released Auditor General Report concerning facilities oversight in the Newfoundland Labrador English School District (NLESD). The Government of Newfoundland ...
Editorial: N.L. Batting 0 for 4
First it was one judge in the Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court. Then, last Friday, three judges in the Newfoundland and Labrador Court of Appeal joined the chorus. If you’re counting, that makes it zero for four for the provincial ...
Letter: Re-engaging PUB is a good first step
Government’s Muskrat Falls reference to the Public Utilities Board is a de facto acknowledgement that the province’s ratepayers cannot bear all the costs associated with the Muskrat Falls project. In 2012, the provincial government ...
GRENFELL MATTERS: The Expressive Body is who we are
What we think and feel informs how we move, and how we move expresses who we are. Professor Kathryn Bracht of the Theatre Department at the University of Regina will be at Grenfell Campus to conduct a workshop titled The Expressive Body: ...
Gary Shaw: It’s time to hit the blueberry patch
LABRADOR CITY, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA As folks from Labrador, many of us find ourselves being closely tuned into what each of our seasons brings to us. Many of us are outdoor people who use the seasons and Mother ...