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

  • Coming out of the fog

    For the past eight years, Vicki Dyer has been the program director of the dementia ward at Lakewood, a continuing care centre in Waterville, Me., ...

  • Uncomfortably numb

    Very disturbed patients were often kept in small, stark rooms like prison cells, with a slot in the door for the food tray to be slid through. ...

  • Poisoned politics

    In this province, there’s plenty of interest in politics — anyone who follows Twitter can attest to that — and it often generates intelligent and ...

  • Bunker mentality

    It’s a message that Natural Resources Minister Derrick Dalley has also been known to parrot.What neither would acknowledge — but which both well ...

  • Opening up

    Bill 29? Now open to review and revision.Muskrat Falls? By all means — let’s keep a closer eye on our spending.Justice cuts? Perhaps we were a ...

  • Point. Click. Vote.

    St. John’s city council is finally asking the provincial government to consider allowing online voting.As city clerk Neil Martin explained this ...

  • Taxed to the limit

    It is not easy to get accepted for these clandestine classes. One must have certain skills to begin with, and pass a rigorous admissions test. ...

  • Sorry: sidewalks closed for winter

    The impact caused a spinal fracture that killed Brown three days later — after he received a notice of infraction from the police for walking in ...

  • Spellbound

    Fifty-nine students in Grades 4-8, the pride and champions of their schools, turned out on a blustery, winter’s day in St. John’s to compete and ...

  • The paean of winter

    My sister is in Italy; our daughter is planning a tropical getaway.But I do not envy them their pretty piazzas or sun-warmed sands;languid ...