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Letter: Bravo! What a rousing performance
Letter: Kind and generous prof will be missed
Letter: What do you expect when guns are so easy to get?
Letter: Attitudes — not the justice system — in need of reform
Letter: DFO minister must halt killing of wild Atlantic salmon
Letter: Of guns, profit and violence against children
Letter: More than one side to the story
In your editorial of Feb. 13, “Justice on trial,” you followed the lead of most politicians and news media by discussing only one side of the Colten Boushie killing in Saskatchewan. Let me say that I think it was a tragedy that the ...
Letter: ASF is swimming against the tide
Likely not as he intended, the serious warnings from the Atlantic Salmon Federation’s (ASF) director of communications, Neville Crabbe, (“Johnny-come-lately on wild salmon,” The Telegram, Feb. 13) were greeted with a good gut laugh ...
Letter: Stan Marshall and the North Spur
Nalcor CEO Stan Marshall gave himself a pat on the back at a symposium at Memorial University Thursday night. He talked about how the project has kept on target over the past year and applauded his decision to reorganize it into two separate streams, ...
Letter: Beer Canada’s beer tax argument misses some facts
Luke Harford, president of Beer Canada, says my argument that an inflation adjustment to the federal excise tax on beer is not a “tax hike” rests “on the assumption everyone’s paychecque increases by inflation” ...
Letter: The problem with politicians
I’ve been involved in politics for a long time trying to make this province a better place to live, and also to make this province a place my family would be proud to call their home. I have served both the Liberal and Progressive ...
Letter: Liberal promise: plan the work and work the plan
When the provincial Liberals took control of government, they rolled out a “roadmap,” “a blueprint,” a plan — a document called “The Way Forward.” This was in response to an urgent need to get the ...
Letter: Heart & Stroke needs your help
Each year in February, Heart & Stroke’s Person-to-Person (P2P) Heart Month campaign is launched with smiling faces at our doors, a meet-and-greet by neighbours who haven’t seen each other in a while, the making of new friends and, of ...
Letter: How to make a forest management plan
Amidst the economic and social turbulence since the moratorium, Port Blandford has held its own, with flourishing small businesses and a tourism sector that takes advantage of its amazing natural landscapes. It’s hard to understand why ...
Letter: Trudeau’s legacy to date
In the two years Justin Trudeau has been prime minister of Canada, the following summarizes his accomplishments to date. 1. He is the first prime minister of Canada to ever have been found guilty of breaking federal ethics laws by vacationing on a ...
Letter: Someone missing from Short’s column
So what’s up with Robin Short and Carl English? Short writes a Telegram column (“St. John’s Edge have earned fans’ applause,” Feb. 10) outlining his surprise at the huge success of the St. John’s Edge basketball ...