Sea Cucumbers creating jobs in St. Lawrence
Newfoundland neighbours’ land feud ends up in court
Bob Wakeham: The ghosts of Muskrat past
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Ocean Choice International charged with illegal fishing
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VIBERT: Nova Scotia's Tory leadership campaign taking its toll
Russell Wangersky: Knowing what you’re getting into
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Flat Bay’s Kevin Beanland is Air Canada’s Flying Fiddler
VIBERT: Mayor Clarke’s risky reticence
Russell Wangersky: Welcome to the new anything but normal
Gary Shaw: It’s time to hit the blueberry patch
LABRADOR CITY, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA As folks from Labrador, many of us find ourselves being closely tuned into what each of our seasons brings to us. Many of us are outdoor people who use the seasons and Mother ...
Russell Wangersky: When is another party one too many?
How many parties is too many parties? Is there a point when having fragmented and small political parties, each winning a rump of seats, actually hinders successful democratic government? I’m afraid that’s a question we ...
Thom Barker: Does being a dog owner make me a bad person?
I am becoming increasingly uncomfortable with being a dog owner. Don’t worry, I’m not about to put our non-human companion — whom I will call Lady MacBeth because her name is Lady MacBeth — up for sale on Facebook, or take ...
There’s something fishy about this one
The fish chowder was simmering. The recipe was simplistic, and most ingredients were fresh, including cod we hauled from the Atlantic Ocean ourselves. The broth turned out tasty, and the only thing left to add was the blend cream. ...
Russell Wangersky: Watching the surf clam spin
The other shoe finally dropped. Wednesday, federal Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion ruled that then-fisheries minister Dominic LeBlanc was in a conflict of interest when he awarded a licence to a company that included one of his wife’s ...
GRENFELL MATTERS: Facing environmental problems head on
Environmental and natural resource-related problems seem to be causing environmental, social, and economic challenges everywhere these days. Why did the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project become so controversial and what should the provincial ...
Russell Wangersky: Governments should put the money where our mouths are
Sorry, dentists — I never welcome a visit to you. I’m prickly about sitting in the dentist’s chair — in fact, I hate it — but I go, half out of a sense of responsibility for dental appointments already ...
NICHOLAS MERCER: A Corner Brook woman strives for a cure for Type 1 diabetes
It was not until 11 years into her life that Mandi Buckle could sleep in on the weekend. Saturday mornings during the school year, or any time of the year for that matter, are sacred. It’s the first the day of the week when ...
Gary Shaw: Preparing for the fall hunt
LABRADOR CITY, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA It seems like such a short time ago, back in the spring, when all of us moose hunters were scrambling to get our moose applications sent in for the fall hunt that, at the time, seemed ...
Russell Wangersky: Gig economy puts workers on shaky ground
It sounds like so much fun: make your own hours, be in control of your life, work when you want to work. Except the “gig economy” isn’t really as advertised. The concept is a simple one, and is gaining ...