Profile of Pam Frampton

Pam Frampton is a columnist and the associate managing editor of The Telegram. She has a BA (Honours) in English Literature from Memorial University of Newfoundland and has worked as a journalist for more than 20 years. Originally from Trinity Bay, she lives in St. John’s. She is also chair of The Telegram’s literary prize committee, which oversees The Cuffer Prize.

All articles of Pam Frampton

  • Pam Frampton: Against all odds

    It’s one Carmelita has been living with every moment. There are no warning signs, and nothing she can do to stave it off. A massive bleed could ...

  • Pam Frampton: For the love of libraries

    On a dull day when there wasn’t much to do, I could dive into a novel and find thrilling adventure in the wondrous realms of “Pinocchio,” “Alice ...

  • Pam Frampton: Cash-strapped is not a state of mind

    When Ed Martin stepped down as CEO of Nalcor this week, both he and former premier Danny Williams used the occasion to laud Nalcor and Muskrat ...

  • Pam Frampton: Champagne tastes, beer budget

    I don’t know if anyone has a quibble with people making over $100,000 a year if they’ve earned it, and if the salary is not out of ...

  • Pam Frampton: Money worries tarnish the golden years

    But that’s the threat Muskrat Falls poses, with electricity rates once the hydroelectrical project is on stream expected to reach 21.1 cents per ...

  • Pam Frampton: Bill, please

    Back in February 2012, former premier Brian Peckford cared enough about the people of the province to warn then premier Kathy Dunderdale in a ...

  • Pam Frampton: Life stories

    The hospital waiting room was a warm sanctuary, 10 chairs lined neatly against the walls, people huddled in winter coats settled in for a wait. ...

  • Wedding capital

    A quick whip-round of various Canadian cities turns up a variety of nuptial options. Some cities have gotten out of the wedding business ...

  • Junket or justified?

    Premier Dwight Ball and Fisheries Minister Steve Crocker attended the Boston seafood show last week, with the total price tag not yet in. St. ...

  • Your appliance is about to self-destruct

    When I was really young, we had an older cast-iron stove that sat far enough out from the wall that I could sneak in behind it and melt crayons ...