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  • The dark after dawn

    I would suggest that rather than Clyde Wells, Doug Letto and Jennifer Stoddart reveal how much they were paid to prepare the new and improved ...

  • Massage message

    I think it should have read: “Massage parlour not looking for trouble. Just looking for customers.” Burford PloughmanSt John’s

  • Premier has a lot of Gull

    That’s every second person you run into! This, despite last winter’s power outages, provincial government layoffs and an imposed hiring freeze, ...

  • It’s a MAD, MAD world

    The Israeli prime minister has never been a strict adherent to protocols, but this latest omission has all the signs of a deliberate insult, ...

  • Net metering is long overdue

    By allowing individuals to generate and sell power, net metering brings three main benefits. First, it makes home generation economical, giving ...

  • Fixing some of the finer points

    It is stated that many of the premiers of Canada during my time did not understand our position on the fishery (“Few other premiers understood ...

  • Province right to stand up to Ottawa

    I agree with the provincial government and the stance it has taken with the federal government regarding this agreement. Last Oct. 14, it was ...

  • Midwives would save the system money

    Then six days past her due date, our daughter started having contractions not long afterwards. Perhaps the baby waited till she knew the ...

  • Charity audits are conducted fairly

    Canada’s 86,000 registered charities receive some of the most generous tax incentives in the world. In 2012, registered charities issued donation ...

  • Harper policies fail to move Keystone XL forward

    This $8-billion project would have connected Canadian oil with refineries in the U.S. Gulf Coast. That would narrow the discount on the price of ...