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  • Historic, but overall a bit of a yawn

    To the election, naturally enough, four days after many thousands wandered into gyms and community halls and the like and marked their “X” for ...

  • All over but the shouting

    Being that it’s a mere three days to Coronation Day when (if the polls and anecdotal evidence are accurate) we crown Queen Kath, make Princess ...

  • Spicing up the debate

    Most, if not all, of the provincial election debates I’ve either produced or merely ob-served, were about as exciting as watching a nail rust. ...

  • So far, a yawner

    A good friend of mine, still hauling in a paycheque and short by a year or so of the time needed to allow for a financially sensible exit from ...

  • No one looks good on this one

    Premier Elizabeth Matthews announced today … Sorry, my mistake. It’s just that I was so taken with Danny Williams’ unabashed, four-star appraisal ...

  • Taking the lead

    Is it too early, I wonder, to start referring to Kathy Dunderdale simply as “Kath,” to talk of her as if she was a card partner fuming after you ...

  • The Brad and Terry show

    My heart — yes, despite some accusation to the contrary, there’s something ticking inside my chest — goes out to Brad Cabana. You just know he ...

  • A politician with integrity

    Jack Layton was one of those rare politicians who could take the wind out of the sails of the SS Skeptic, the vessel crewed by people like me who ...

  • The good, the bad and the also-rans

    When Judy Morrow, the president of the province’s Liberal party, declared in bubbly fashion that she was “thrilled” with the array of candidates ...

  • Help wanted

    CLASSIFIED ADS — CAREERS SECTION The Weekend Telegram WANTED IMMEDIATELY BY HER MAJESTY’S LOYAL OPPOSITION One (1) Leader We, the once ...