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  • Moose fencing the common-sense solution

    In almost every case, the human victim is the one considered at fault. The arguments run the gamut from driving too fast to driver inattention, ...

  • RIP delegated conventions

    With its warts and all it was a must-see affair for those of us who love politics. That Paul Davis pulled it off on a third ballot where only two ...

  • Write the book

    As the last man standing from the Williams era, he has a unique perspective on one of the most intriguing periods in our recent political ...

  • Give people more reason to vote

    Such a reality is shocking to consider, but we’re getting close to it. As it stands, most of our governments don’t enjoy the support of a ...

  • All-day kindergarten: will we be ready?

    As of 2016, all children entering the classroom for the first time will be there for the full day. The benefits to families, especially working ...

  • Let the Labrador flag fly

    He was vocal this week in condemning a plan to have the flag raised at two Labrador entry points: L’Anse au Clair and Labrador City.This tempest ...

  • Fracking — yes or no?

    Our province is not exempt.Fracking is a highly successful means of getting at hard-to-reach resources, but there are risks and consequences. In ...

  • Accidents waiting to happen

    B.C. Transportation Minister Todd Stone is going to allow an increase in speed limits on some of that province’s highways. On at least three ...

  • Go big or stay at home

    The court battle in Quebec over the Upper Churchill power contract is like that. Back when the original deal was signed to develop the Upper ...

  • On to Plan B

    When the plan was released, it was aptly titled Focusing Our Energy. It makes the case that we have an abundance of energy potential on a number ...