Flower's Cove man charged for motor vehicle theft
Crown opposed to release of man charged in Corner Brook crime spree
Labrador groups call for independent investigation into death of Nain ...
Englee man charged with counselling to commit murder
Learning English in Sydney
Santa makes a stop in Dominion
Former Membertou resident curating new exhibit on colonialism's ...
Remembering Newfoundland troubadour Ron Hynes
Ron Hynes, the troubadour
LETTER: It’s past time Canada signed the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
LETTER: Time for a change in thinking perhaps
LETTER: Time to ditch the partisan politicking
LETTER: The keys to managing Type 2 diabetes are exercise, professional support
LETTER: It’s not what you say, it’s how you listen.
DAVID DELANEY: Examining the demise of Don Cherry
LETTER: I totally disagree with Don Cherry
Conflicts — many of us today have never and will never be involved in one. Leaders on both sides of any conflict/war still send our young to fight for a cause that may not be just. Should we not remember all? On Remembrance Day many of us ...
LETTER: Shame on Sportsnet for firing Don Cherry
How dare Sportsnet fire Don Cherry, a native-born Canadian who supports our veterans all year long. Sportsnet is not supporting free speech for native-born Canadians but only for immigrants. They slapped our veterans in the face by doing it on ...
LETTER: ‘Lest We Forget’
I am “those people” seen by Don Cherry. As an immigrant from the 1960s, I dutifully donned a poppy every November. My changed attitude started when listening to a mayor in the Netherlands speaking at the May equivalent of ...
LETTER: Canada’s part-time work problem
Part-time work is nothing new to Canadians. Employers across Canada have long exploited a gap in our employment standards that allows them to discriminate against part-time workers. It’s no secret that part-time workers earn below-average pay, ...
LETTER: The politics of surf clams and equalization
I wouldn’t know a surf clam from a surfer. I do know, however, its wrong for our federal government to take the resources this province brought into Canada and dole it out to others for political gain, or whatever other reason they come up with ...
GUEST COLUMN: The struggle is real: Canadians and their credit misadventures
By Laurie Campbell The struggle is real. According to Statistics Canada, the average Canadian owes $1.77 (including mortgages and consumer debt such as credit cards) for every dollar of disposable income. Meanwhile, the spending season is fast ...
LETTER: A tale of two health authorities
On Nov. 28, 2018, I had a bad health scare, experiencing a slight heart attack in my home. Thanks to the professional work of Triton ambulance attendants Roger and Megan, I arrived in Springdale hospital. Unfortunately, I had a massive heart attack ...
LETTER: Waiting for a garbage plan that works
Through the mid 40’s and 50’s, my father took me trouting every May 24th weekend. He would borrow a friend’s Hillman and travel the Conception Bay Highway to the nearly impassably muddy Hodgewater Line and from there to Ocean ...
LETTER: Searching for a silver bullet
Let there be no doubt that our province is facing a tough fiscal challenge and solutions are hard to come by. Proposals are emerging. Some of them come from think tanks, whose role is to divine public policy options and to chart a course ...
LETTER: ‘A message to you, Rudy’
When The Specials issued their eponymous album in 1979, including the song “A message to you, Rudy,” Rudy Giuliani was not much known outside his own New York jungle. He was certainly not a name to a group of “two-tone” ...