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Lana Payne: A recipe for economic and political problems
Brian Jones: Lean times for most, but bankers pig out
Bob Wakeham: Sex sting, cops and media coverage
First of all, for the sake of full disclosure — that hackneyed expression that supposedly informs an audience that the person rattling off the conflict of interest qualifier is “all about transparency” — I was in with both ...
Russell Wangersky: The power and mystery of waves
At Adam’s Cove, the water is milk-white with the waves breaking. Russell Wangersky Further out, the ocean is aquamarine and topped with skeins of foam. The big waves are cresting and crashing far out, their bellies torn ...
Gwynne Dyer: Italy: The migrant ‘flood’
Lucky old Italy just got two Donald Trumps for the price of one. One of the big winners in last Sunday’s Italian election was the Five-Star Movement, whose 31-year-old leader Luigi di Maio has promised to stop sending out rescue boats to save ...
Brian Jones: Premier wins with corporate welfare
You can always trust the Tories to totally miss the point. For the past week, Progressive Conservative Leader Paul Davis and his pals have been blasting Premier Dwight Ball with “conflict of interest” allegations because Ball’s ...
Pam Frampton: Striking a new tone in Tinseltown
I watched the Oscars Sunday night, in what used to be a keenly anticipated annual ritual for my husband and me. Pam Frampton We’d take the following day off work if we could, and settle in with snacks and sparkling wine for a ...
Russell Wangersky: Legal interests rising in bread suit
Russell Wangersky There's a lot of bread in bread. Loblaws has started sending the $25 gift cards it promised to partially recompense customers for the company’s role in fixing the price of store-bought bread. Not ...
Russell Wangersky: Power trip?
You can accuse Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro of a lot of things, but surely you can’t accuse them of being politically savvy. Russell Wangersky Last week, the utility filed a response to two Labrador groups that are ...
Pam Frampton: When will they ever learn
A photograph taken Wednesday for the South Florida Sun-Sentinel shows a student heading to school. Pam Frampton It’s the first day back after the Feb. 14 shooting rampage at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High. You might say he ...
Lana Payne: Budgets, expectations, feminism and persistence
I found myself analyzing budget 2018 with two internal voices competing with each other. Lana Payne One voice had me thinking about 10 years of Conservative budgets and the lack of progress for women’s equality over that ...
Bob Wakeham: These are school zones, not war zones
Anyone who’s paid even cursory attention to these weekly scribbles of mine in The Telegram over the years would be aware of the very direct links I have to the United States, connections that make it impossible for me to view the events in that ...