BOOK ReMARKS: Land Beyond the Sea
N.L.'s new ‘OilCo’ gets its board of directors
Port Hope Simpson man suffers long wait for cataract operation
Mahone Bay woman’s tick spray earns national award
ENTREVESTOR: ReelData enters prestigious accelerator program
Makkovik man receives honorary doctorate from Memorial University
Fulfilling his wife’s dream of an electric cross-Canada drive
AUTO ADVICE: What are the best rust-proofing methods?
Refreshed 2020 Kia Sportage EX Premium fills up on standard features
LETTER: Fossils discovered in Schefferville bring back memories
JIM VIBERT: Climate voters face Hobson’s choice
EDITORIAL: Watch out for children
STEVE BARTLETT: Gord Downie, and the gift that lasts
COMMENTARY: Please hear Hong Kong’s cry for help
STEVE BARTLETT: Check the source before believing what you read
Letter to the editor: Unfortunate accident leads to kindness and generosity
Dear Editor, On June 5, 2019, the three of us were involved in a rollover accident on highway 210 (Burin Peninsula). We came from Ontario to see the beautiful vistas, icebergs, puffins and moose. Unfortunately, we didn’t get to ...
Letter to the editor: Forever grateful
Dear editor, On June 9, 2019, here in Clarenville we held our 15th annual Walk to End ALS. It was another success due to the many participants, individual donors, and the businesses and organizations that made great ...
Under-the-table payments bad for Newfoundland and Labrador economy
An old adage says, "There's only two things you have to do in life – pay taxes and die." Well, I know a few people that don't heed that saying. Do you know anyone who sells their wares or services for cash only with no ...
HAROLD WALTERS: Flying Ace: Errol's Gander Adventure
Perhaps feeling that the Sisters Fate are yanking the kite strings of my destiny as I scribble is due to some odd convergence of my life’s ley lines. Get this. A century ago, when I was an itinerant scholar, I frequently flew from the wilds ...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Problems with salmon licensing
To the editor, The cost of a salmon license this year is $23 plus $3 HST. The province sold 28,042 licenses in 2018, equalling approximately $1 million. The cost of a two-year hook and release study on Western Arm Brook is approximately ...
JOHN BROWN: Talking criminal law
I still practise criminal law, from time to time. Compared to civil litigation, criminal litigation is attractive because you can get your matter into a courtroom faster. Sometimes I despair in civil litigation, and worry that if I had to hop ...
LETTER: Indiscriminate dumping of garbage is dangerous
It doesn’t matter how much money one makes or how much garbage one produces in their lifetime. We leave our mess behind for the next generation. We take nothing with us under the sod whether we could help it or not. Here is a picture of ...
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 ...
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 ...