EDITORIAL: Playing victim

EDITORIAL: Playing victim

Updated at 13:58 - As same-sex partners gain an equal footing in society, those who deny those rights now paint themselves as the oppressed

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North Spur work delayed

Updated at 12:43 - The latest report on the Muskrat Falls project, from the oversight committee established by the provincial government, has noted a...

Man arrested following drug seizure

Updated at 12:54 - The Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit, consisting of members from both the RCMP and the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary,...

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The downside of oil wealth

Updated at 03:32 - Some years ago, an old friend in Calgary told a story that pretty well summarizes what it is like to live in a boom-and-bust economy driven by oil..

The red herring of the fisheries deal

Updated at 03:32 - Be careful what you wish for, Premier Davis.In order for us to receive the $280 million we first have to find our portion which is...

Smells like Bill 29

Updated at 03:32 - The Telegram article of Dec. 13, titled “Crown takes Labrador judge to court,” is deeply troubling. I am referring specifically to...

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The thinning blueline

Updated at 03:32 - It was a tongue-in-cheek question. After all, Keith McCambridge hasn’t hit the ice as a player in eight years, although the 40-year-old head coach of the St. John’s IceCaps still appears to be in pretty good shape.So when McCambridge, who spent 11....

Caribous busy with acqusitions

Updated at 03:32 - The Central-West Senior Hockey League is in the first few days of a three-week holiday break, but that didn’t stop two of the...

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A different kind of cookie exchange — Part 2

Updated at 03:32 - This is our last kick at the cookie cat so let’s go out in style. Red velvet everything hit the coffee shops last year and who am I to argue with universally agreed deliciousness?.

Ales to ward off winter’s chill

Updated at 03:32 - I’m guessing pretty much everyone is into the holiday season in one way or another, whether you want to be or not. I even made it...

A taste of Mondavi’s legacy

Updated at 03:32 - Robert Mondavi was one of the pioneers of the California wine industry. He not only helped bring California wines to prominence in...

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N.B. fracking moratorium raises industry ire

Updated on December 18, 2014 - Five conditions must be met before New Brunswick will lift a moratorium on hydraulic fracturing, Premier Brian Gallant said Thursday in a move that has frustrated the energy sector but pleased environmentalists..

Companies on high alert

Updated on December 18, 2014 - Companies across the globe are on high alert to tighten up network security to avoid being the next company brought to its knees by...

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The return of the king is a Dunn deal

Updated at 03:32 - If Elvis Presley were alive and well, this coming Jan. 8 — what would have been his 80th birthday — he might have decided to...

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