Challenges and successes for new Canadians
Focus on opening doors drives immigration aid groups
Immigration Program "a model that could be extended to … the country"
'If this region is going to survive and prosper, immigration is ...
McNEISH: 'We are now a global community'
Younger doctors exhausted by new practice demands
Fighting to find a family doctor: ‘The whole process is undignified.’
What we learned, what you said about doctor shortage in Atlantic Canada
Challenges, solutions to Atlantic Canada's doctor shortage
Family doctor shortage a threat to health care
EDITORIAL: Reckoning time in Newfoundland and Labrador
EDITORIAL: Justice Clement Gascon uses own health experience to chip away at stigma
EDITORIAL: Why your vote counts
EDITORIAL: Robocalls raising ire during Newfoundland and Labrador election campaign
EDITORIAL: Justice and politics don’t mix
EDITORIAL: Cheers & Jeers May 13
EDITORIAL: Spoiler alert
It’s a bad idea. Monday in Corner Brook, NDP Leader Alison Coffin was asked by NTV News about what potential NDP voters in districts without NDP candidates should do with their votes. (The NDP has candidates running in just 14 districts ...
EDITORIAL: Leave your baggage behind
Carry-on baggage might well be one of the greatest examples there is of human greed and selfishness in action. And no, not just for the way your fellow airline passengers bend or break every rule to stuff as many things as they can in the overhead ...
EDITORIAL: Cheers & Jeers May 6
Jeers: to the learning curve. It’s the Newfoundland Alliance’s first provincial election campaign, so the party might still have some things to learn about the mechanics of campaigning. This is one of the few Alliance signs erected so ...
EDITORIAL: Seeing past the promises
Elections are when the promises fly fast and furious. Ches Crosbie’s Progressive Conservatives are promising child care help, a break on taxes on home insurance and other benefits that will cost $254 million a year. On the Liberal side, ...
EDITORIAL: Under protection
So, you have a little plot of land behind your house. You put a fence around it, make sure all of your neighbours know where the boundaries are, and make a big public deal about setting the land aside for reasons like biodiversity, the protection of ...
EDITORIAL: Rising waters, mounting pressures
The time for being forward-thinking is right now. (Or, maybe, honestly, it was 10 or 15 years ago. But we’ll take what we can get.) As extreme weather makes its mark across the country, the three words we have to be thinking about over ...
EDITORIAL: Inquiry timing is everything
The proper saying is “justice delayed is justice denied.” But it might well be that public inquiries delayed are public inquiries denied, as well. Earlier this spring, when the provincial Liberals brought down their fantasy budget, ...
EDITORIAL: Science must drive fisheries policy
There is an alternative. But it isn’t just talk. Like fighting fire with fire, you could call it fighting science with science. More and more in recent years, fish harvesters have had a problem with science. The results that scientists ...
EDITORIAL: Cheers and Jeers April 29
Jeers: to unexpected numbers. With a second consecutive spring of record-breaking flooding in parts of Quebec, Ontario and New Brunswick, residents are dealing with the idea that, thanks to increased rainfall and higher temperatures, such flooding ...
EDITORIAL: Referendum or referendumb?
On the face of it, why not let the people speak? Last week, Progressive Conservative Leader Ches Crosbie said his party plans a referendum on changing equalization payments — presumably to find more federal dollars for services here. Sounds ...