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BRUCE MacKINNON CARTOON: April 16, 2021
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John Ivison: Erin O'Toole's climate plan is not perfect but it is credible
Erin O’Toole is likely to find his party is 100 per cent behind his new climate change plan – that being the best angle from which to stab him in the back. The Conservative leader knew he would face criticism from a movement that is often loath ...
LETTER: Japan’s plan cause for concern
From what I have read and heard, Japan plans to release waste water from the damaged Fukushima nuclear reactor into the Pacific Ocean. The government says it will be diluted before being released. This water, if released, could well make it to the ...
LETTER: Kudos for taking on stuttering stereotypes
Your April 6th article “‘Some Stutter, Luh!’: Newfoundland and Labrador-based podcast tackles stuttering stereotypes” is most memorable. I have read many articles on stuttering in my life, especially in the internet age of ...
GUEST COLUMN: Newfoundland and Labrador can tap mining potential during COVID recovery
By Jairo Yunis and Alex Whalen As Newfoundland and Labrador deals with the effects of COVID-19 and recession, good news economic stories appear to be in short supply. However, a recent survey of investors sheds light on the province’s mining ...
Rex Murphy: Chrystia Freeland's 'epiphany' that COVID-19 is an 'opportunity' — that’s pretty dark
I really believe COVID-19 has created a window of political opportunity and maybe an epiphany … on the importance of early learning and childcare. — Chrystia Freeland, Finance Minister. Beware of politicians having epiphanies. It’s ...
BRUCE MacKINNON CARTOON: April 15, 2021
JIM VIBERT: The pandemic’s lesson? Trust the science
Every day we hear something new about the virus, the disease or the vaccines that are our best hope out of the pandemic. The daily deluge from multiple sources worldwide – often contradictory and confusing – can be a dangerous ...
LETTER: Governments keep choosing development over environment
Regarding the proposal for more wind turbines in Eastern Kings, my question is why? First of all, they are pretty ugly and do create noise pollution. I certainly wouldn’t want them in my backyard. The perception is a reduction in greenhouse ...
OPINION: Where is the planning for the Sherwood area of Charlottetown?
Philip and Catherine Mullally Guest opinion Sherwood is being rapidly overrun by developments which are drastically changing the character of the community and creating a traffic nightmare for the residents. Just a few years ago, on the ...
KARYNE GÉLINAS: Sexual misconduct, abuse of power, adultery and secrecy: What I witnessed in Canada’s military
Karyne Gélinas, Saint Mary’s University As a female veteran observing reports of sexual misconduct among senior Canadian Armed Forces officers, I have been forced to make sense of my own experience. Over the years, I witnessed ...