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LETTER: City of St. John's needs to reject planned Anglican Cathedral annex
LETTER: Newfoundland and Labrador's PCs don’t seem to want to be part of the solution
LETTER: Humour in contrast
LETTER: Newfoundland and Labrador's processors fabricate excuses for illegal cod lockout
LETTER: The history of the Anglican Cathedral cemetery in St. John's needs to be preserved
GUEST COLUMN: Come From Down Under
LETTER: Prisoners are people, too
Here’s a quote from a Feb. 14, 2019 letter to the editor: “(Her Majesty’s Penitentiary) is an embarrassing warehouse… nothing more!” Sometime in 2016-17, I wrote a letter to the editor myself, which said, “HMP ...
LETTER: There are better dishes to serve than inappropriate ‘jokes’
In reference to the not-so-funny joke stated on the sandwich board of a P.E.I. restaurant, as per The Telegram article from Aug. 9, did it not occur to Terre Rouge general manager Alex Smith that there may be Newfoundlanders sitting down to eat, and ...
LETTER: N.L. needs to market itself more as destination for Irish tourists
I have just returned from my first ever visit to Newfoundland — I travelled over from Ireland to stay with my friend, DeeDee Reid, in St Johns. Prior to my departure I had not processed my trip, I was just looking forward to seeing my friend ...
LETTER: Puzzled by new pool problems
I was reviewing the City Guide Fall 2019 and on Page 23 under swimming lessons there was a note identifying that the Paul Reynolds Centre would be closed from Sept. 1 to Oct. 23 for pool maintenance. What kind of maintenance takes two months to ...
LETTER: A few words that need to be changed
The name of this province has been Newfoundland and Labrador since December 2001. However, liberal and progressive conservative provincial governments have failed to follow through with other changes which the province’s name change ...
LETTER: Taken again — Newfoundland and Labrador, ward of Ottawa
Newfoundland is about to be taken again. And nothing new really — just another Trudeau. Saw this movie before. Once, long, long ago (today decades are measured as centuries, since history is taboo) Papa Trudeau promised the province an ...
LETTER: Slow down, buckle up and stash your phones
As we head into the remaining weeks of summer, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Newfoundland and Labrador (RCMP NL) reminds both residents and tourists alike of the need for safe driving practices. Respect posted speed limits, buckle up, avoid ...
LETTER: Measuring the fiscal impact of Muskrat Falls
In evidence before the Muskrat Falls Inquiry (MFI) former NL Hydro Chair and CEO Vic Young said that the fiscal impact of Muskrat Falls must be at the “top of the decision-making chain.” While the fiscal impact falls squarely within ...
LETTER: Speeding is a grave concern
Regarding Brian Jones’ recent column on speeding: I just drove from Vancouver to St. John’s. I’ll be going back soon. The wife won’t fly. I concur with his observations about Newfoundland and Labrador. I saw one cop car ...
LETTER: Government must halt impoundment
On Aug. 7, impoundment of the Muskrat Falls reservoir began, even though serious concerns persist about North Spur dam stability and neurotoxin methylmercury poisoning. I, our NDP caucus, New Democrats, and many Newfoundlanders and Labradorians have ...