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Letter: Where’s the justice for small N.L. businesses?
Letter: Catch and release: inflicting pain for pleasure and money
Letter: Are truth, justice and reconciliation possible in the Middle East?
Letter: Climate change — fact, fact and more fact
Letter: N.L premier's pipeline stance is hypocritical
Letter: Residential freeway needs traffic controls — now
Letter: Students are the future: government should spend like it
In Newfoundland and Labrador, we are caught in time of uncertainty: spring is not arriving, the unemployment rate is not decreasing, and students are not being prioritized. The recent federal and provincial budgets, which should have been filled with ...
Letter: Catch and release: a sustainable fishery
I would like to take a moment to respond to the false statements, and misguided views, that were presented in Robert Sheppard’s most recent letter to the editor on April 17 entitled “Catch and release: inflicting pain for pleasure and ...
Letter: Newfoundland and Labrador — the forgotten province
As stated by the late Alex Hickman, “the ocean is the backbone of our existence.” My Ancestors the Rices, Parsons and Bartletts came from England to this Province of N.L. many years ago to make a living from the ocean and did so for ...
Letter: What does full standing at the Muskrat Falls inquiry really mean?
Why is it that “full standing” at the Muskrat Falls Commission of Inquiry seems to mean one thing for Ed Martin and something altogether different for the Muskrat Falls Concerned Citizens Coalition — the people’s voice? On ...
Letter: Salmon squabbling
The possibility of our salmon rivers winding up like those in the Maritimes has everyone squabbling. There’s lots of name calling and “fake news.” Neville Crabbe, of New Brunswick’s Atlantic Salmon Federation (ASF), ...
Letter: We must have accountability at the Muskrat Falls inquiry
Let me start my commentary by acknowledging upfront that I voted in favor of sanctioning the Muskrat Falls project. I did so in good faith, based on the information provided to me at the time by those who I trusted and felt to have all of the ...
Letter: More data needed on recreational fishery’s impact
Earlier this week I attended the DFO Groundfish advisory meeting together with various industry stakeholders. The meeting was designed to consider the latest DFO science on various groundfish, including northern cod, and to discuss various proposals ...
Letter: Access to energy markets: two isolated provinces, N.L. and Alberta
When you hear “isolated provinces” you can assume I am talking about Newfoundland and Labrador, but what’s the other? Prince Edward Island, or maybe Nova Scotia? No, I am talking about Alberta. Isolation comes in many forms, and ...
Letter: N.L. tunnel plan off the rails from the start
OMG! An Atlantic Rail Trunnel you say? Connecting our fair province with Africa, France, the U.K.? Breaking News at its best. A feasibility study has been completed and government says (yes, it’s a go). Four hundred vehicles will be ...
Letter: Federal Tories should focus on health-care changes
Can the federal Conservative party win majority government in 2019? According to an Angus Reid poll, 40 per cent of Canadians would vote for a Conservative candidate in their riding — a 10-point advantage over the Liberals. An Ipsos poll ...