Three Corner Brook schools to implement later start times in the fall
Fortune Special Olympian Tony Moores heading to national summer games
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Herder celebration time for Caribou hockey fans and players
Gander hosts most successful Ride for Dad fundraiser yet
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Debbie Bouzane of Gander awarded Hockey NL President’s Award
Team NL’s mission staff announced for 2019 Canada Winter Games
The common sense of playing with matches
LETTER: Cost of hydro is a great concern
Letter: Auto insurance reforms should be about people not things
Letter to the Editor: Ban the bag
Letter: Salmon counting fences not accurate in Labrador
Time to forego irresponsible, prejudiced rhetoric about Grenfell Campus
LETTER: Electricity consumers do your duty
Across Europe and North America people are being encouraged to save energy, to reduce consumption and to take remedial action to make their homes more energy efficient. Here Newfoundland Power promotes their Take Charge program ‘Learn how to ...
LETTER: What exactly is going on?
Mr. Speaker, may I push my soapbox to the middle of the floor of the House of Assembly and speak on a Point of Order as a member of the general public? What the hell is going on here? How did this legislature get to the point of allegations of ...
Letter: Springdale council need only look to its own precedent in crosswalk case
Dear editor, As an alumnus of Indian River High and person who calls Springdale my home, I would be humbled if you would allow me a space in your publication to offer an analysis. Recently, the Springdale Town Council opted to deny an innocuous ...
Letter: Eddie Joyce no friend to cabin owners
The complaints against Eddie Joyce certainly hit home to the members of COATTS (Cabin Owners against Trash Tax). They have been dealing with the minister of Municipal Affairs for several years and have not been able to get any sense out of him. ...
Letter: Beware fake news on N.L. salmon
A new and very powerful brand of messaging is emerging in our world, one we all need to pay very careful heed to. It utilizes all forms of media, in particular social media, to spread lies and innuendo to promote agendas that otherwise would ...
Letter: N.L. tunnel plan off the rails from the start
OMG! An Atlantic Rail Trunnel you say? Connecting our fair province with Africa, France, the U.K.? Breaking News at its best. A feasibility study has been completed and government says (yes, it’s a go). Four hundred vehicles will be ...
Letter: What’s ahead for salmon in 2018?
Regarding the current stock status of Atlantic Salmon in NL waters, DFO scientist Geoff Veinott seems to be more at home giving media briefings which mirror the Atlantic Salmon Federation’s (ASF) agenda than he does briefing his own fisheries ...
TAKE OUR POLL: What do you think of the recent The Way Forward announcements in Grand Falls-Windsor?
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Letter: Wrong for aquaculture industry to blame anglers
In a recent letter, Cyr Couturier, an aquaculture scientist speaking on behalf of the Marine Institute of Memorial University, put forward a solution to reverse the decline of wild Atlantic salmon stocks — one in which the aquaculture industry ...
Letter: Our future is in the fishery
The fishery is in the news again, problems in the shrimp, crab, cod not coming back as fast as expected, salmon stocks at an all-time low. The one thing we don’t hear much about is the most important fish in the ocean, the fertilizer that ...