RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Consumer Advocate’s advice on Hydro-Québec worth taking
EDITORIAL: Zero tolerance for hockey violence
LETTER: Direct flight from St John’s to Ireland — we won’t go until we get one
LETTER: Muskrat Falls interconnections
LETTER: Challenging N.L.’s do-nothing dental policy
LETTER: In defence of equitable opportunities for special needs children
BOOK ReMARKS: Land Beyond the Sea
It’s one of those things, like where were you when you heard about JFK’s assassination? Or, in this century, where were you when you heard about the planes and the Towers? Those of us who grew up in the 1950s — of us born in ...
LETTER: The jury is still out on closed-containment salmon farms
have closely followed the debate about open-net pen aquaculture within the pages of The Telegram and would like to offer a view from the other side of the Atlantic. There are people like Leo White calling for aquaculture reform in Scotland, too ...
JIM VIBERT: P3 roads a fiscal loser, a safety winner
Do you want it faster or cheaper? The answer to that question seems to determine how the Nova Scotia government builds new roads. At least it did when the province decided to go with a P3 — public-private partnership — model to ...
TERENCE CORCORAN: Trudeau will win a fight over SNC-Lavalin
There are unmistakeable Putinesque aspects to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s handling of the SNC affair: arm twisting of bureaucrats, a minister mysteriously removed from her post, misleading responses to questions, refusal to lift cabinet ...
WARREN KINSELLA: Justin Trudeau still won't let Jody Wilson-Raybould speak
Let her speak. That was the headline on an iconic Toronto Sun headline way back in February: let her speak. Let Jody Wilson-Raybould — then still a cabinet minister, then still a member of the Liberal caucus — tell Canadians what ...
DON MACPHERSON: Questions for Justin Trudeau on Quebec's Bill 21
“If you are the next prime minister of Canada, what will your government do to defend the rights of Canadians in Quebec?” The question is addressed to the leaders of the federal parties. And voters deserve a clear answer from each of ...
SHACHI KURL: Some voters might not show up for this election – and that could hurt Trudeau most
There’s nothing like a bit of distance to gain a little perspective about the dynamics of this 43rd Canadian general election. I’ve been in the United Kingdom, the cradle of our parliamentary tradition, a place where politics is never ...
ANDREW MACDOUGALL: What we won’t be talking about this election
And they’re off! If the pre-writ is prologue, we’ve now launched into what will be the most partisan election campaign since 2006’s “Soldiers in our streets” low-water mark, as one-time wunderkind Justin Trudeau faces ...
GLORIA GALLOWAY: A few tips for Canada's federal leaders in this election campaign
It is important for political leaders to have overarching goals that remain in place even as the campaign ground shifts beneath their feet. I have never been a political strategist. But, as a journalist, I have been on multiple media buses to ...
KEVIN TOBIN CARTOON: Sept. 13, 2019