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MICHAEL de ADDER CARTOON: Feb. 14, 2019
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: No runaround, just dam statistics
EDITORIAL: From sidewalk clearing to implementing a master plan
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Russia planning solo mission in cyberspace
PAM FRAMPTON: A big win for privacy rights
VIBERT: More long term care beds in Nova Scotia would open bottleneck
VIBERT: Grits go for old-school political tactics
It’s been a brand-bending week for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Sunny ways and “doing politics differently” gave way in the heat of battle to tactics straight out of the oldest political playbook on the shelf. Whatever ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Canada shouldn’t stand for corruption
Here’s the problem, and it’s a simple one, really. The federal government has laws that specify how companies can act, and penalties for certain things — like, say, being convicted of paying bribes to obtain ...
LETTER: My community is at a standstill
With reference to an article "Crime and Time" by Tara Bradbury in the Jan. 21 issue of The Western Star. There are references made to the Highways Traffic Act, the Wildfire Act etc., the offences and some of the penalties ...
Elizabeth Penashue: Development damaging Innu way of life
My name is Elizabeth Penashue. I am still concerned about Muskrat Falls. I do not think that it is just me that is concerned. A lot of the elders in my community are concerned. Everything on the ground that is growing, animals that are living on ...
BRIAN HODDER: What should we demand from big pharma companies?
What would you expect your government to do if it became aware a company had deliberately unleashed a poison upon the population that was destroying many families and communities and was costing the health care system a ...
EDITORIAL: Closing the door on controlling agreements
The simplest explanation? If you’re told you’re not allowed in the house, it doesn’t matter whether you go in the front door or sneak in the back. You’re still not allowed in the house. Last Friday, the Federal Court ...
BRUCE MACKINNON CARTOON: Feb. 13, 2019
RELATED: EDITORIAL: Zipped lips McNeil’s M.O. Province urged to disclose fees for Yarmouth ferry VIBERT: Premier McNeil’s promises unfulfilled ...
VIBERT: SNC-Lavalin is a very Liberal affair
Justin Trudeau is ahead of schedule, but his timing could hardly be worse. The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) and his Liberal government are neck deep in the big muddy, and the one person who could pull them out — Jody Wilson-Raybould ...
KIRSTEN DALLEY: Resolving not to diet
“New year, new me” is potentially the most infamous statement uttered each January. Every new calendar year brings a renewed sense of hope and a chance to start fresh. However, despite the encouragement and motivation of the crisp 01 ...
DAVID CLARKE: Ernest G. Clarke, a man to be admired
“Hello my lovelies!” So said the late, great author-journalist, Ron Pumphrey. For decades, Ron was a larger-than-life presence on the Newfoundland and Labrador cultural scene, revered by young and old. His recent passing has ...