Profile of Brian Jones

Brian Jones is an editor at The Telegram . He has worked as a journalist and editor in St. John's, Vancouver, Calgary and Yellowknife. You can reach Brian at bjones@thetelegram.com

All articles of Brian Jones

  • Politicians are destined to disappoint

    We will continue to hear the loathsome man’s name occasionally, because he is still an MP, but at least it will usually be accompanied by the ...

  • Davis kills it with campaign comedy

    Thousands of news-reading Newfoundlanders (and Labradorians) must have been stunned — as in surprised, shocked, gob-smacked — to hear Davis ...

  • One down, one to go

    While it will be a relief to never again have to utter the detestable phrase “Prime Minister Harper,” and it is reassuring that in all likelihood ...

  • An ugly campaign on all sides

    A favoured comment on social media was that this was the most important election in Canadian history, or, in the very least, the most important ...

  • ABC … don’t leave home without it

    It must be especially confusing for Labradorians because of the return of Peter Penashue (“Didn’t we get rid of that guy?”).It is generally ...

  • Muskrat Falls: the price of not paying attention

    The so-called naysayers have been proven right again and again regarding this massive economic blunder, and yet as recently as June, 65 per cent ...

  • Brutality as entertainment

    According to an Associated Press story from the sentencing hearing, “She said at times during the trial she wished she and everyone else in the ...

  • Captain Energy rides to rescue … for a fee

    But that debate can wait. Its time will surely come.The current controversies involve bonuses, bills and buffoonery, courtesy of Nalcor CEO Ed ...

  • Please stop insulting my grandparents

    However, sloganeers and protesters and no-questions-asked supporters of sponsoring more refugees should ponder the logical extensions of their ...

  • Slouching toward October

    The birds won’t feast at our flower box this year, whereas in past years they have enjoyed seed treats deep into winter, long after the leaves ...