Burin Peninsula MHAs defend effort on Arctic surf clam quota
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Marystown ecstatic over Kaetlyn Osmond’s medal finish
Caribous take 3-1 series lead in comeback win over Flyers
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Thom Barker: McAds too tongue-in-chic for new burger offering
Russell Wangersky: Legal interests rising in bread suit
This column is not about gun control
Russell Wangersky: Facebook sees — and shares — all
Russell Wangersky: A house fortified with words
STEVE BARTLETT: The kid is pushing buttons, boundaries and lyrics
Editorial: Plastic plague
As wakeup calls go, this one might be a little late in coming — because the damage is already done, and we’re not seeing the effects. Perhaps the best we can do is not make it any worse. “We recorded one of the highest ...
STEVE BARTLETT: Sharing some oddities
Steve Bartlett I love news. Good or bad, positive or negative, I can’t get enough politics, sports, feature, crime, lifestyle … any type of news. It’s a good addiction for this line of work. The days would be ...
Russell Wangersky: A landscape strewn with bullets
Russell Wangersky There aren’t people — but there are other things. Snakes. Hawks. Jackrabbits. The dangerous-looking – but relatively harmless – Jerusalem cricket. Acres and acres of endless sagebrush and ...
Not the first change to national anthem
A law changing the lyrics of “O Canada” to make the song gender neutral is currently awaiting royal assent. Opposition to the change is almost always premised on the idea that the anthem is somehow sacrosanct. “It should be left ...
Always the dog
Tomorrow the sky over Asia will be bursting with bomb-like explosions and North Korea's communist dictator Kim Jong-un won't be the villain, as it will be fireworks to mark the Chinese New Year. And it's the Year of the ...
Russell Wangersky: Home reno shows deconstructed
Russell Wangersky Now, I like a good home renovation television show as much as the next person. Actually, I probably like it more than most — first, because I enjoy fixing things, and like watching the process. Second, because ...
Russell Wangersky: This, too, shall pass
Russell Wangersky When I started thinking about this column, I was particularly tired. Tired of writing, tired of reading. I thought I’d start it with the catchy line, “Stop the information train — I want to get ...
Embracing practical considerations
I’ve been publicly advocating legalization of marijuana as long as I have been an op-ed writer, approximately 16 years. Since that battle is won, I will not rehash all the reasons. Now that it is upon us, just a few months from ...
Russell Wangersky: Winter house
Russell Wangersky The winter house means collecting fresh snow for the teapot, because you don’t want to go through the 39 steps of draining the pipes before you leave. The lonesome peep of the upstairs smoke detector, battery ...
Let’s get pedantic about semantics
During an episode of the current sitcom Blackish, Dre Johnson (Anthony Anderson) publicly disagrees with his wife Rainbow. Later, while they are fighting about it in private, he says something along the lines of, ‘So, I’m supposed to back ...