Burin Peninsula MHAs defend effort on Arctic surf clam quota
Premier says N.L. wants meeting with feds about surf clams
Grieg sets date for Placentia Bay aquaculture project public information session
Fisheries Minister Gerry Byrne denied access to DFO Science meeting on salmon
Marystown ecstatic over Kaetlyn Osmond’s medal finish
Caribous beat Flyers to take 2-1 CWSHL finals lead
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Phone scam targeted at least one person in Bay Roberts area
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The Southern Gazette
Letter: Time to park partisan politics and unite for our fishery
Editorial: Pills can kill
Letter: The more things change, the more they remain the same
Editorial: Red-ink blueprint
Thom Barker: McAds too tongue-in-chic for new burger offering
Letter: It’s in aquaculture’s best interest to protect the ocean
Russell Wangersky: Facebook sees — and shares — all
Russell Wangersky Your benevolent social media overlords have a message for you. You know those photos you’ve been uploading to Facebook? You know, you, the kids, your spouses, your friends? It’s bad enough that they ...
Editorial: Journalism in jeopardy
Most Canadians believe journalism plays a vital democratic role in the country. An Angus Reid survey last month found that 94 per cent of respondents say the media performs an important democratic function, sending a clear signal to elected ...
Editorial: Learning from India
So, will it be a learning experience, or is it a sign of things to come? There’s no way to sugarcoat it. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s trip to India flirted pretty closely with complete disaster. In the beginning, it looked as if ...
Russell Wangersky: A house fortified with words
Russell Wangersky There are notes everywhere. Take off some of the old eight-inch vinyl siding, its surface pitted to buff beige by the elements, remove the long sheet of quarter-inch of sodden and mossy polystyrene beneath it, and ...
STEVE BARTLETT: The kid is pushing buttons, boundaries and lyrics
We blast The Tragically Hip’s “50 Mission Cap” on the way to hockey. My son loves the song because it involves two of his favourite things — hockey and fishing. I love it because it’s about hockey hero Bill ...
Russell Wangersky: Gambling on the lure of free money
Who wouldn’t like free money in the mail? I got exactly that, only with a few strings attached. First, the back story: in late 2014, in order to write a column on the Atlantic Lottery Corp.’s foray into online gambling, ...
Editorial: Welcome home
Atlantic Canada has enjoyed considerable success attracting skilled immigrants and foreign students to our shores. The problem — as federal Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen noted at the Moncton conference on the Atlantic Growth Strategy ...
Cats vs. dogs
Popular wisdom has it that cats are smarter than dogs. If you’re a cat person. The primary evidence cat people present is feline independence. It’s not that they can’t be trained, it’s that they don’t want to be ...
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 ...
Russell Wangersky: The 2026 Olympics? No thanks!
Russell Wangersky As the medals pile up, you know the call is going to come. Canada is doing well in this Winter Olympics, and you know, sooner or later, the breathless musings of “Wouldn’t be amazing if we could repeat it ...