Gary Shaw: We aren’t the only ones out there berry picking
Labrador West Pioneer: Max Brace
Season wraps up for Labrador West minor soccer
Labour Day celebrations in Labrador City
Gary Shaw: It’s time to hit the blueberry patch
Thom Barker: Does being a dog owner make me a bad person?
Labrador West Pioneers: Tom Turnbull
Run for the hills coming up in Labrador West
Fire does substantial damage to home in Labrador City
Five deaths too many
Dear Mr. Dion Tee: As you are aware, in November a tragic accident on Hamilton River Road took the life of a very prominent lady of our town. It affected me very deeply because she was a very influential member of one of the committees on which I ...
Two steps the government must take on Muskrat Falls
In the very pertinent section of the S&P review cited by Wangersky, S&P says that the province has an “incentive” to provide an “extraordinary” level of financial support to Muskrat because of Muskrat’s “high profile and economic importance” ...
Spaniard’s Bay symptomatic of much bigger problem
For years, the volunteer fire department has been a “boys’ club” in nearly all the rural outport communities in Newfoundland and Labrador. The men of the community signed up, under the guise of protecting and serving the residents of the community, ...
A little more understanding, please
The word “jihad” has become synonymous with violence, among young Muslims, and therefore among non-Muslims. The “Jihad bis saif,” or armed struggle, is often referred to as “the Lesser Jihad,” but for many in the West it is the only jihad we have ...
Revise the youth hunting age
We are today’s adults formed from yesterday’s youth, but today’s youth are different than we were. They are smarter, more adaptable, more willing to learn and, most importantly, they want to participate with hands-on experience.If the current hunting ...
I’ll be voting strategically
A short while ago, I heard Premier Paul Davis make the statement on some news media that 25 per cent of all the taxes this province collects goes to service the debt. When the Progressive Conservatives took over the government in 2003, our debt was ...
What’s the difference between the clousures?
Unfortunately to date there has been little comfort given by either level of government as tensions and anxiety rises in Labrador West. On May 20, 2015 Wabush Iron Co. Limited, Wabush Resources Inc., Wabush Mines, Arnaud Railway Company, and Wabush ...
The liquor monopoly must end
Paroducts line the shelves an NLC outlet in St. John's.To assist in the debate, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) released a report recently on the Newfoundland and Labrador liquor system. The key recommendation is for all ...