O’Regan reclaims St. John’s South-Mount Pearl
Nick Whalen gracious in loss of St. John’s East seat
Gudie Hutchings keeps Long Range Mountains for Federal Liberals
Yvonne Jones threepeats in Labrador
Scott Simms has central Newfoundland seeing red
Churence Rogers retains Bonavista-Burin-Trinity for Liberals
Jack is going back to Ottawa: NDP candidate takes St. John's East
Gudie Hutchings re-elected in Long Range Mountains
Ken McDonald victorious for Liberals in Avalon
COMMENTARY: Genetically modifying mosquitoes to control the spread of disease carries unknown risks
GWYNNE DYER: Johnson’s cunning plan
OPINION: After Greta Thunberg’s UN address, an ethicist weighs in on our moral failure to act on climate change
COMMENTARY: Canadians in every riding support climate action, new research shows
OPINION: Busting the myth that Canadians are polarized on climate and immigration
RITA DEMONTIS: Memories of a school tragedy
Fifty years ago, Oct. 14 fell on a Tuesday, the day after Thanksgiving. And on that day, a junior high school in the city’s west end would suffer a tragedy that continues to haunt many of its student body to this day. Oakdale Junior High on ...
MICHELLE COHEN: Most Canadian gun deaths are suicides. We need tighter controls
To-date, the primary perspective on gun violence has been crime-focused. But we should be thinking about it primarily as a public health issue ...
DEREK FROM: Freedom of expression is increasingly under attack from professional bodies seeking to regulate what their members can say
Saskatchewan nurse Carolyn Strom is back in court this week, this time at the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal (SKCA). Despite its humble beginnings, her case is of national importance. In 2015, Carolyn, a registered nurse, posted comments on social ...
LOUTFI AND BEEBE: In this federal election, help build democracy from the ground up
By Caro Loutfi and John Beebe 'On Oct. 21, Canadians will choose our next federal government. We are expected to show up, mark our paper ballots and place them in the ballot box. In doing so, we decide who will govern and represent ...
TERRY GLAVIN: Canadians need a leaders' debate on foreign policy – and Trudeau shouldn't duck it
In the customarily cynical way that federal election campaigns are orchestrated, it makes perfectly good political sense, from a Liberal Party point of view, that Justin Trudeau has refused to participate in Thursday’s ...
ADAMS AND PARKIN: Election 2019 – Are Canadians losing confidence in their democracy?
By Michael Adams and Andrew Parkin There are few certainties heading into an election campaign; the outcome is up for grabs. The one thing many do feel certain of is that it is Canada’s turn to be buffeted by the winds of populism. As we ...
JOHN IVISON: Timely book warns that Canada's democracy is threatened by political abuse
Just as the Trojans learned the hard way to be wary of Greeks bearing gifts – the “gift” in question being the proverbial Trojan horse – so Canadians should be leery about political parties promising to restore their trust in ...
BRIAN LILLEY: Gun bans won’t work, let’s deal with the real issues
From Toronto Mayor John Tory to the editorial board of the Globe and Mail , the Ontario NDP and more — there are calls for one simple thing that will keep us safe from future gun crime in Canada: Banning handguns. “I remain ...
BRIAN LILLEY: Electric vehicle sales slump one year after subsidy cut
Electric vehicle sales took a sharp tumble in Ontario when the Ford government cancelled subsidies for the high-end cars a year ago. Fresh off their election win, the PCs said there was no sense in subsidizing vehicles for wealthy people that ...
BRIAN LILLEY: Trudeau's promise to replace fighter jets is far over the horizon
The announcement from the Trudeau Liberals was bold but false; “the government is acquiring 88 advanced fighter jets.” No we’re not, actually — all the government did on Tuesday was announce the start of a new process to ...