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THOM BARKER: Have you got the guts not to trust your gut?
My gut tells me not to trust my gut. We humans are emotional beings, often governed by how we feel about things. In fact, there is an entire industry that has grown out of the concept of “emotional intelligence” in recent years. My ...
VIBERT: Auditor general says Department of Health has failed Nova Scotians
Another auditor general’s report, another warning to Nova Scotians that their health-care system suffers under poor leadership and a lack of direction. From turf battles and confusion over roles among the various bureaucracies, to the ...
GRENFELL MATTERS: Grenfell Campus to study aging
We are thrilled that yesterday Minister of Children, Seniors and Social Development Lisa Dempster announced the provincial government will partner with Grenfell Campus, Memorial University, to fund a pilot research centre devoted to the study of ...
HEATHER HUYBREGTS: Gingerbread and Tylenol
In just two weeks, a large, bearded man in red velour will be committing the year’s most anticipated B&Es worldwide. Scented candles with adorable, seasonally appropriate names like “candy cane crackle,” “vanilla ...
NICHOLAS MERCER: Shifting viewpoint
If you can’t help me, just ignore me. The sentence came at the tail end of a short conversation I had with a man at a bank on West Street in Corner Brook Sunday evening. He preceded those words with an explanation about why he was hanging ...
North Coast Perspective: Love thy atheist as thyself
‘Tis the season to be inclusive. Last week, I worked on a story about how non-Christian Newfoundlanders spend the Christmas holiday. As preparation, I looked at the 2011 census, the last for which religious data is available. The numbers ...
NICHOLAS MERCER: Making sense of the 'Cold Outside' kerfuffle
It is 2018 and the most talked about item is a borderline Christmas song first recorded in the 1940s. Just imagine that. For those who haven’t had a friend post on Facebook, a music station in Cleveland made the decision to ...
ART & SOUL: Beyond the stage
Nearly exactly six years ago I found myself at a Christmas pageant here in Lewisporte for the first time. I sat there, awed by the level of talent that performed that night, from a bunch of kids under 12. Over these past few years I’ve ...
BRIAN HODDER: More services needed for Drug Treatment Court to truly work
While it’s true that the social problems associated with addiction have been with us for a long time, it is clear that in recent years the situation has become much worse in this province. With the introduction of more ...
NICHOLAS MERCER: Letting the mummers in
Toshon Dawe fell in love with being an actor as a teenager at Elwood High in Deer Lake. She always enjoyed performing and being on stage. Dawe played saxophone in the school band before making the transition to the stage. It was an instrument ...