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TURNER: Embrace a healthy diet of Newfoundland summer
The summer air has changed the neighbourhood and the commotion of kids playing has taken over the streets. That bustle has dampened over the years, however, and we need to fix it. I grew up on a small street in a new subdivision in a relatively ...
ALEX HARROLD: A wasted effort
Living in an outport community presents us with challenges lost on city dwellers. Urbanites feel the same way about living in a city. We manage fairly well out here with some of the disadvantages most of the time. Governments are not friendly to us ...
NICHOLAS MERCER: Playing cribbage against a pair of national champions
Anne Dubec’s father had a rule when it came to cribbage. If a pair of the same card appeared in the first six cards, he wouldn’t split them up. It's a rule Dubec is thinking about breaking now. She and I are ...
LETTER: Expressing gratitude
A historic landmark in Conche is the old cemetery adjacent to Sacred Heart Church. Over the years, if you have ever visited here, one would soon realize the dips in the ground and the broken remains of old gravestones, that have eroded over the ...
LANA PAYNE: The war on workers
The war on workers and their rights is gaining speed and ground in Canada with a wave of conservative governments from Alberta to New Brunswick. Every day ushers in another surge of attacks on workers, their rights, and hard-fought ...
BRIAN HODDER: An educational opportunity on equality missed
When I was a small child growing up in a town in rural Newfoundland, I had very little exposure to people from different cultures and ethnicities. With rare exceptions, virtually everyone living in my community was white and Christian and if it had ...
ALEX HARROLD: We're not going to vape it
Wisdom may come with age, but so many other things that come along with it, you may find it difficult to filter out the wisdom from the mass of confusion, surprise, and outright objection to the direction life seems to be going. We should be able to ...
EDITORIAL: Speed demons abound on Newfoundland and Labrador highways
It’s not exactly a great ratio: police stop 3,515 cars and lay 1,131 charges. But that’s what RCMP officers did in this province between May 14th and 20th. The stops were part of Canada Road Safety Week, which the police highlight ...
OPINION: Busting the myth that Canadians are polarized on climate and immigration
Howard Ramos, Dalhousie University and Rachel McLay, Dalhousie University In 2015, the Liberals came to power winning every seat in Atlantic Canada with their progressive platform and promise to do politics differently, contrasting Justin ...
ALEX HARROLD: The science of stupid
“We learn from history that we do not learn anything from history.” That’s a quote from the German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, from an extensive work on – what else? – The Philosophy of History. It ...