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
LETTER: Leasing a car — the interest portion may not be what you think
LETTER: Do N.L.'s electricity costs need to rise?
LETTER: Is MUN’s student union adequately representing students?
LETTER: Listen to what the children have to say on climate change
LETTER: Abortion pills are not a safer option
LETTER: The election’s done — everyone take a breath
LETTER: Customer dissatisfaction
In November of last year, I telephoned Service Canada, as I had been instructed, to inquire into my EI claim. The first thing the person on the phone asked me for was my SIN number, followed by the first two digits of my access code. I gave her ...
LETTER: Partisan politics and patronage fails everyone
Election 2019 is now in the rear view mirror. Some will say good riddance to another election done the same old way that is as outdated as black and white TV. Those days and many more like them, in terms of communication, technology and social ...
LETTER: Snap election doesn’t serve the people’s interests
Every day on the media we see people in other countries on the streets against dictatorial governments that by using every trick, collusion or crime to remain in power. We see people hurt and wrongfully imprisoned, property burned and infrastructure ...
LETTER: Crosbie’s PCs are anything but inclusive
The Open Doors USA organization just reported on 50 nations that persecute Christians. In 2018, 215 million Christians faced persecution and 245 million will suffer in 2019. The outlook is certain: it will get worse. This month, the BBC reported: ...
LETTER: Placentia/St. Mary’s poor roads proof of government’s failure
The good, hard-working people of St. Mary’s section of the Placentia/St. Mary’s district are still waiting for a paved road system between Colinet and Markland/Whitbourne and from Colinet to Placentia. It is extremely difficult to ...
LETTER: Be careful who you vote for
To paraphrase U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, June 1, 2016 was a “date that will live in infamy.” That was the date that the current Liberal government of Newfoundland and Labrador brought down upon its citizens one of the ...
LETTER: Drastic action needed to deal with provincial debt
Are you going to “exercise your franchise,” as they say, in the upcoming provincial election? I’m going to. Wouldn’t miss it. In fact I have never not voted in any election since I came of age in the 1970s. Though lately ...
LETTER: There’s no coming back from a Premier Crosbie
Ches Crosbie is not who we need on the 8th floor of the Confederation Building — the House of the people. Our House. Ches is certainly not a man of the people and has never lived as an everyday Newfoundlander or Labradorian. He’s ...
LETTER: Ask the hard questions and above all vote
Well folks, we will all be heading to the voting booths again soon both provincially and federally. As a person who is on the outside looking in, I try to listen understand and be impartial. As we all know there are three sides to every story: ...
LETTER: Vote carefully — it could make or break us
I am emailing this letter because I feel that since the elections are upon us, we need to think before we vote because the next four years could either help us or break us. At the beginning of the Liberal government four years ago, they said ...