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BRIAN HODDER: Move it or lose it
JIM VIBERT: Liberals hope SNC-Lavalin saga's sequel has a short run
JIM VIBERT: Grits paint Tories melancholy blue
JIM VIBERT: Seniors want health-care bureaucrats out of the way
PRAJWALA DIXIT: A wave of change is emerging in Atlantic Canada
TO THE POINT: With fewer Newfoundlanders employed in the private sector, catching up with the rest of Canada even tougher
JIM VIBERT: Strings attached to Nova Scotia government’s compassion
Back in April, with some puffery, Health Minister Randy Delorey heralded the government’s compassion in providing travel and related funding for Nova Scotians who have to go out-of-province to receive medical care that’s not available in ...
PRAJWALA DIXIT: The perks and perils of immigrant parenting
Motherhood, an indescribable feeling, brings along unquantifiable amounts of love, passion and dedication. The surreal realization that life is growing inside you marks the start of this remarkable journey. Raging hormones, morning sickness, ...
JIM VIBERT: Nova Scotia government bullish on gold mines
It says prosperity. It’s synonymous with the accumulation of wealth. It’s a gold mine. Nova Scotia — or at least the government of Nova Scotia — is bullish on gold mining. The province’s gold coast — the Eastern ...
JIM VIBERT: Party nominations a ‘weak link’ in democracy
It’s the “black box” of Canadian democracy, only dimly understood by participants themselves, and totally opaque to party outsiders. The candidate nomination process is a “weak link” in the nation’s ...
ALEX HARROLD: A wasted effort
Living in an outport community presents us with challenges lost on city dwellers. Urbanites feel the same way about living in a city. We manage fairly well out here with some of the disadvantages most of the time. Governments are not friendly to us ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: We’re part of the problem
I cleaned up the rusting steel belts, but there was nothing I could do about the real pollution. The belts were really little more than unsightly trash. The real problem was what had come belching out of the burning tires and into the ...
BRIAN JONES: ‘The system’ had nothing to do with little Quinn’s murder
I don’t often use this column to rebut opinions expressed by Telegram readers, but the notions put forth by Herb Butt of Carbonear in his letter in last Saturday’s paper (“Only changes to the system will bring justice for ...
JIM VIBERT: The Liberals' big red machine needs to kick into gear soon
The vote is still four months off, but unofficially the federal election campaign is fully joined, or will be as soon as the Liberals locate their brain. In less anatomical terms, whatever passes these days as the fount of Liberal political ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Uniting the not-Right
Friday, Ontario Premier Doug Ford said he was going to stay out of the fall federal election, and wouldn’t be campaigning for federal Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer. Also on Friday, at a protest rally in Ottawa, I saw firsthand why Ford ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Too little, too expensive and too late?
Maybe a whole bunch of things are going on in the background with Muskrat Falls rate mitigation. I would suspect not; everything governmental seems to have been in a holding pattern since the election was called, and it’s not back to ...