Teacher cuts will hurt education: union

Teacher cuts will hurt education: union

Updated at 16:43 - The president of the Newfoundland and Labrador Teachers’ Association says cuts announced Friday by Education Minister Derrick Dalley will worsen the quality of provincial education.

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‘Nothing to see here folks …’

Updated at 03:33 - It is “ridiculous” to ask questions and demand answers about the tragic shooting of Don Dunphy, Justice Minister Darin King said Wednesday..

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Economic diversification isn’t easy

Updated at 03:32 - Recently, Rio Tinto announced the layoff of 150 workers at its IOC operation in Labrador City. This has followed the closure of...

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Math is hard

Updated at 03:33 - If you’re a parent whose child is struggling with math, you probably didn’t take much comfort from Tuesday’s speech from the...

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They’ll run Mundy on Sunday

Updated at 17:41 - The Mundy Pond 5K road race, put off by the Nautilus Running Club, goes Sunday morning in St. John's..

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Beer lovers’ big event

Updated at 03:32 - Beer is a beverage steeped in history. Early examples have been traced by archeologists for many years..

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Frozen fish to the rescue

Updated at 03:32 - It is with despair that I size up the fresh fish offerings in the grocery store these days. What a shame that so many Newfoundland...

Nova Scotia sparkles in your glass

Updated at 03:32 - Niagara and the Okanagan Valley have become established in our minds as quality wine regions in Canada, and not just for icewine....

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Time may be right to discuss U.S. seal products ban: minister

Updated at 21:34 - Recent comments in the national media by Bruce Heyman, the United States ambassador to Canada, that he wanted to foster deeper trade relationships between the U.S. and individual provinces of Canada got Keith Hutchings thinking about seals..

ECONOMY: A difficult year

Updated at 08:33 - There are no two ways about it. The impact of the precipitous drop-off in the price of oil over the last six months will hit the...

GAMECHANGERS: Power play

Updated at 08:26 - A small company in Mount Pearl is selling technology so new that customers need to see it to believe it.

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Fancy footwork for Doc O’Keefe

Updated on April 23, 2015 - St. John’s Mayor Dennis O’Keefe in a dance-off: it’s happening, and you get to judge the winner..

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Arts Council partners with Statoil to offer scholarships

Updated on April 22, 2015 - The Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council (NLAC) and Statoil Canada announced last week a Statoil/ArtsSmarts Scholarship, which will be awarded to a Newfoundland and Labrador student pursuing an education in the arts..

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