Corner Brook Traffic Cam
Mayor Tom Rose wants province to consider supporting new museum in Stephenville
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First responders connecting with Corner Brook youth
Corner Brook artist humbled by arts residency
Anti-violence advocate welcomes amendment on temporary removal of a student moving forward
Corner Brook senior baseball begins new season
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New salmon licence strategy for Newfoundland and Labrador
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LETTER: Common sense firearm legislation might not be just that
LETTER: Electricity consumers do your duty
LETTER: What exactly is going on?
Letter: Springdale council need only look to its own precedent in crosswalk case
Letter: Eddie Joyce no friend to cabin owners
Letter: Why does Corner Brook need a splash pad?
LETTER: Grenfell vice president responds to article
I would like to respond to the story the Western Star ran on April 3rd entitled “Maria Dussan, international student at Grenfell Campus, says she has had enough with the tuition fee differential.” It is unfortunate that your reporter ...
Letter: How many salmon get caught and released, anyway?
While there have been many diametrically opposed arguments aired regarding the recreational salmon fishery in the past months, some facts can be agreed upon by both sides. First, while the 2017 salmon return was nowhere as disastrous as DFO ...
Letter: What’s ahead for salmon in 2018?
Regarding the current stock status of Atlantic Salmon in NL waters, DFO scientist Geoff Veinott seems to be more at home giving media briefings which mirror the Atlantic Salmon Federation’s (ASF) agenda than he does briefing his own fisheries ...
Letter: What's ahead for the 2018 salmon season?
Regarding the current stock status of Atlantic Salmon in N.L. waters, DFO scientist Geoff Veinott seems to be more at home giving media briefings which mirror the Atlantic Salmon Federation’s (ASF) agenda than he does briefing his own fisheries ...
Letter: 'Where Once They Stood'
I was a small boy when my father first took me salmon fishing. He was a teacher, and his friends were the farmers and woodsmen of the veteran’s community of Cormack, in the valley of the Humber River. In early summer, they would often take a ...
Letter: How can we believe what Trudeau will say in the future?
Dear editor: It is alarming to me how most of us are being deceived by our politicians these days. I will give you an example of what happened just recently. A young veteran, who had lost a leg fighting ISIS, was told in a town hall meeting, by ...
Letter: Action on climate change cannot be weakened
Dear Editor: I am writing this letter in response to the controversy about climate change, and Newfoundland’s place in either reducing or worsening this global problem. The letter from Tim McMillan of the Canadian Association of ...
Letter: We must forget our wants and think of the needs of future generations
Dear Editor: Often one can define the word "entitlement" as the ‘belief that one is deserving of or entitled to certain privileges’ (Merrriam-Webster Dictionary) and when I read the article about how one man feels that ...
Letter to the Editor: Every possible effort should be made
Dear editor: The recent news about the plan of ophthalmologist Dr. Justin French to establish a clinic in Corner Brook to perform cataract surgery seems to be a good one. Corner Brook is the capital of the west coast of Newfoundland and hundreds ...
Letter to the Editor: Doubling oil production a big step backward
Dear Editor, In announcing last week that the province aims to double oil and gas production by 2030, Premier Dwight Ball demonstrated that his government is shirking on its climate crisis responsibility and leaving the province behind in the ...