Flirting with fans in Victorian Newfoundland
GUEST COLUMN: Flying with clipped wings
CONTEST: Win tickets to see Queen musical "We Will Rock You" in St. ...
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Paradise woman on a one-year contest-winning streak
Vaping among Newfoundland and Labrador teens an ‘epidemic,’ expert says
EDITORIAL: Liberal sleight of hand
Who’s running in Newfoundland and Labrador's 2019 general election?
ASHLEY FITZPATRICK: On deaths in Newfoundland and Labrador prisons
LETTER: Haven’t Newfoundlanders paid enough to reduce carbon emissions?
LETTER: Support is a fickle thing
LETTER: Newfoundlanders are able to manage Muskrat Falls’s extra costs
LETTER: Energy East — what are we waiting for?
LETTER: It’s party time … seriously
LETTER: Feds need to rethink ferry service finances
Elizabeth Penashue: Development damaging Innu way of life
My name is Elizabeth Penashue. I am still concerned about Muskrat Falls. I do not think that it is just me that is concerned. A lot of the elders in my community are concerned. Everything on the ground that is growing, animals that are living on ...
LETTER: Trudeau’s true colours revealed
The past 24-hour news cycle has been a lesson for politicians in how not to manage a crisis. The resignation of Jody Wilson-Raybould from the federal Cabinet has been so poorly mishandled by Prime Minister Trudeau that even his Quebec constituents ...
LETTER: HMP is an embarrassing warehouse, nothing more
Writing from past experience of incarceration there, Her Majesty’s Penitentiary is nothing more than a warehouse for humans — those accused of, or convicted of breaking the law. There they sit, twiddling their thumbs. Minds racing, ...
LETTER: Province needs to push for review of mineral exploration access road
The Newfoundland and Labrador Chapter of the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS-NL) is concerned about a mineral exploration access road that is now under construction on the Avalon Peninsula in the area of Big Triangle Pond, less than an ...
LETTER: Prisons and missed opportunities
For the life of me I cannot figure out how some people in government think and what they do? The prison issues have been discussed for many, many years in every context one could think of and yet there is still no solution in sight. In my ...
LETTER: There’s no justification for capital punishment
I read with interest the letter from Robin Reid (“Time to Reconsider the Death Penalty?”) in the Feb. 9 edition of The Telegram. I share Robin’s frustration with the matter of Canadian taxpayers footing the bill to keep murderers ...
LETTER: Food banks — the good, the bad and the ugly
I have conflicting emotions in regards to food banks. These have resurfaced from recent media coverage and Brian Jones Telegram article (Feb. 6) “Foodbanks: the forgotten failure.” I view them as a necessary evil resulting from failed ...
LETTER: Forests into wood pellets revisited
Will the Northern Peninsula profit from area sawlogs? (The Telegram, Jan. 31)? Not with this plan. In 2017, the provincial government announced that AEG Ltd and its local subsidiary are to receive a large share of the Districts 17 and 18 wood ...
LETTER: Time to reconsider the death penalty?
I wish to comment on the report in The Telegram of Jan. 30, regarding the reported guilty pleas of Bruce McArthur to eight counts of first-degree murder. Inevitably, McArthur will receive a sentence of life imprisonment. One is left to wonder what ...
LETTER: Atlantic accord is fundamental to our future
What’s the Atlantic Accord? It’s a 1985 agreement intended to allow Newfoundland and Labrador to benefit from our offshore oil resources as if they were on land. The Accord was revisited in 2005 when it was shown we were not ...