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Liberal leader Dwight Ball says he's fine with being known for taking a low-key approach to the job.

Liberals hope slow and steady wins the race

December 29, 2014 - 4 h 14

The NDP had their troubles, and at times the PCs seemed to lurch from one disaster to the next, but Ball says it was a conscious effort for his party to “stick to our own knitting” and try not to...

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Liberals hope slow and steady wins the race

Cheers & Jeers Dec. 29

December 29, 2014 - 4 h 14

In fact, the province stands to make a profit from sales of assets. That almost sounds like taxpayers have escaped the mammoth cleanup cost they were stuck with after the province accidentally expropriated...

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Cheers & Jeers Dec. 29

‘It was a tough year,’ premier admits

December 27, 2014 - 4 h 15

Politically, it’s been an unpredictable year, but most of the surprise developments seemed to leave the governing Tories in an even worse spot than where they began.

“It just feels like everything...

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‘It was a tough year,’ premier admits

No cost for former Abitibi mill demolition

December 24, 2014 - 4 h 09

Under the deal struck, the work by the contractor will come at no cost to the province.

“Delsan-A.I.M is looking forward to partnering with the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador to demonstrate...

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No cost for former Abitibi mill demolition

Province gets new prisons superintendent

December 23, 2014 - 15 h 35

Owen Brophy has been appointed to the position, Justice and Public Safety Minister Judy Manning announced today, though the decision was actually made in late November.

“I congratulate Mr....

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Harper’s spin can’t hide broken deal

December 22, 2014 - 4 h 06

The message is pretty clear — the federal Conservatives will promise just about anything to get your support when they’re trying to finalize an agreement, but good luck trying to get them to honour...

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Harper’s spin can’t hide broken deal

Ministers should tighten their belts, too

December 22, 2014 - 4 h 08

If politicians are going to talk the austerity talk, they’d better be walking the walk.

Another spot that could use a trim? Cabinet ministers.

Perhaps the $308 biweekly top-up that cabinet...

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Ministers should tighten their belts, too