EDITORIAL: Vote — for something, Newfoundland and Labrador
LETTER: MUN pleased to honour elders
LETTER: Adapting to our environment
COMMENTARY: Remembering the Holocaust in Newfoundland and Labrador
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: It’s all there in electronic black and white
EDITORIAL: Value of vetting obvious in wake of Governor General fiasco
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Are you covered? A changeable question
It’s a test case in insurance coverage in a British court, but it’s a whopper, and the reverberations could be felt right here. On Jan. 15, the British Supreme Court, in a 112-page appeal decision, told a group of that country’s ...
EDITORIAL: Cheers & Jeers Jan. 25
Jeers: to marketing. So, we get all kinds of news releases … about virtually anything. Like, “the most advanced military-grade night vision capability in a consumer-friendly package.” And more. After Bed Bath and Beyond and ...
LETTER: PC priorities are no surprise
The Progressive Conservatives and their leader, Ches Crosbie, are proving once again where their allegiance lies, and it is not with the people. Their first election platform plank has been laid and it is no surprise — give businesses tax ...
LETTER: Newfoundland and Labrador electorate voting in a vacuum
So, Premier Andrew Furey wants to address what he calls the misinformation about his economic recovery team’s report, which is due Feb. 28th. That’s only two weeks after our provincial election. The premier says, “the economic ...
LETTER: Buoyed by dental care promise
I was most impressed just recently on the news when NDP Leader Alison Coffin spoke of the need for dental care for seniors because it was actually the first time in an election race I heard this issue brought to the forefront. So, just on that small ...
EDITORIAL: Weather or not, voting day is coming to Newfoundland and Labrador
It was an unusual message: with particularly bad weather on the horizon, the province’s Chief Electoral Officer warned there would be no snow days. “Elections NL is encouraging potential candidates to file their nomination papers as ...
PAM FRAMPTON: Yes, Newfoundland and Labrador voters can handle the truth in this election
So, for months you’ve been feeling off— unexplained persistent pain that keeps you awake at night, an unshakeable feeling of foreboding. Determined to get to the root of the problem and start doing something about it, you talk to your ...
LETTER: Terrible timing for N.L. election
The recent call by the Liberal government of this province for a general election is nothing more than a self-serving and shameless grab for power. The province went to the polls less than two years ago which resulted in a Liberal minority ...
LETTER: A parable for political rookies
So, another election has been called. Candidates will knock on doors. Pundits will give their opinions. Citizens will ponder their options. By the time voting gets underway, the whole process will have acquired a life of its own, and the results ...
LETTER: Students demand quality education for all
The COVID-19 pandemic has turned the cracks in our post-secondary education system into craters, leaving Newfoundland’s most vulnerable students to pick up the pieces. Despite this tremendous challenge, students from Canada’s most eastern ...