Spanish Room man says he needs a job to come back home
Marystown native becomes top spokesperson for RCMP in Newfoundland and Labrador
Working at the Burin SPCA both challenging and rewarding, longtime volunteers say
Inmate at Clarenville women's prison dies early Saturday morning
Osmond's gold medal drawing attention from sponsors
Fortune Bay inshore fishers gearing up for 2018
Danny Williams condemns ‘negativity’ over Muskrat Falls project
FFAW calls for dismissal of FISH-NL’s certification application
N.L. government pulls itself together, saves $2M per year
The Southern Gazette
Russell Wangersky: Read the fine print before taking this Oath
Thom Barker: Coming to terms with the insidious presence of glucides
Russell Wangersky: Science worth chewing on
Russell Wangersky: Convenience vs. security in the internet of things
Russell Wangersky: The cycle of hate continues on Twitter
Thom Barker: Do the ends ever justify the memes?
Russell Wangersky: Code and conduct
Maybe it’s a solution, or maybe it’s a whole different kind of problem. Russell Wangersky Bill C-51, which focuses on a bunch of different issues in the Criminal Code (including, oddly, the removal of “crime comics” ...
Russell Wangersky: Satisfaction, one chore at a time
It’s close enough to spring to have a “to do” list now: expand the vegetable garden, paint, repair and re-roof the shed, put in firewood for next winter. Rebuild the shed chimney, where, years ago, previous ...
Thom Barker: Please stop calling him “Jihadi Jack”
The case of a Canadian imprisoned in Syria on suspicion of terrorism is a reminder that we must constantly guard against thinking with our guts instead of heads. Jack Abraham Letts, a UK-born Canadian citizen dubbed “Jihadi Jack” by ...
Thom Barker: McAds too tongue-in-chic for new burger offering
Is it just me or has the new McDonalds Canada advertising campaign left others scratching their heads? In case you haven’t had the confusing experience of viewing any of the recent TV spots, they are artsy, grayscale vignettes featuring ...
Russell Wangersky: Legal interests rising in bread suit
Russell Wangersky There's a lot of bread in bread. Loblaws has started sending the $25 gift cards it promised to partially recompense customers for the company’s role in fixing the price of store-bought bread. Not ...
This column is not about gun control
What would you pay to live in paradise? When I was a first-year geology student in 1988, one of our first lessons was designed to help us start to appreciate geological time. If you think about the history of the Earth in terms of one day, the ...
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 ...
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, ...