Cannabis rules: what to expect in Newfoundland and Labrador
Tragically Hip tribute on the road in Labrador
Former Wabush man pens first book
The artwork of Marty Byrne
Labrador activist repeats concerns at Muskrat Fall Inquiry
Book Remarks — Bay of Hope
VIBERT: Halifax now a world-class nanny state
After ‘hell,’ Witless Bay family thankful for blood donors
St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival begins today
Letter: Time for some uncommon sense
Letter: The people have just begun to speak
Letter: Poverty vs. prosperity
Letter: Autism Society NL seeking increased government funding
Letter: More reasons to rein in federal fisheries ministers
Letter: School district spending problems – the result of inadequate educational governance
Letter: Feds should cut red tape on oil exploration, not offer hand-outs for Muskrat Falls
There has been much public discussion and expectation that the only way to truly “mitigate” the electricity rate or tax increases required to pay our province’s debt is for the federal government to intervene. What, exactly, this ...
Letter: Canada should be a world leader in freshwater protection
It’s a luxury to not think about water. Most Canadians watch it flow from the faucet and go down the drain without considering its source or destination. When we do think about water, it’s only about where the nearest tap is. Many ...
LETTER: Asking the right work question
“The fact is, we need people,” wrote Russell Wangersky in his column for Aug. 24 decrying “anti-immigration rhetoric.” “Go to many restaurants and fast-food outlets,” wrote Mr. Wangersky, “and you ...
Letter: Good Samaritan returns blankets blown away by Wreckhouse winds
I would like to relate to you a short story of an incident that occurred to my family in mid-July while we were travelling to Port aux Basques to catch the ferry. Our vehicle had a luggage carrier on the top. We were driving through the Wreckhouse ...
Letter: Autism-friendly Port aux Basques resonates in B.C.
When I read of Port aux Basques being described as the most autism friendly town in Canada I was interested for two reasons. Over 50 years ago in 1960 I disembarked at Port aux Basques from the Newfoundland ferry the William Carson and embarked on ...
Much of Western Brook Pond’s enjoyment may now be a distant memory
Dear Editor: I read with interest the letter of the changes at Western Brook Pond and, in particular, the loss of the scenic path to make way for a wide road. My family and I had already booked our boat trip so were a little concerned upon seeing ...
Letter: Who can make a silk purse out of a muskrat?
So, the new political buzz-word is “mitigate.” Premier Dwight Ball and his administration, and also Progressive Conservative Leader Ches Crosbie and his colleagues, are all working hard to find ways to suitably mitigate the economic ...
Letter: Scotty, beam us up. Now!
You just don’t know what a new day will bring to politics from Confederation Hill. Just a few weeks ago at the Liberal Convention in Gander, Premier Dwight Ball, smiling like a Cheshire cat after eating the whole codfish by himself, guaranteed ...
Letter: Discovery Day name change is nonsense
Those who want to change the name of Discovery Day are being illogical. If that holiday ought not to celebrate the discovery of Newfoundland by those who since then have mostly made it what it has become, then we ought to abolish that particular ...
Letter: Western Brook Pond will never be the same
Having personally experienced the wonder of the Iconic Western Brook Trail and Fjord in 2015, 2016 and 2017; I am stunned by its massacre in 2018. The wound left in this world-renowned UNESCO site is environmentally irresponsible and ...