Canadian law enforcement officers getting updated training to detect drug-impaired driving
Book Remarks — One For the Rock
Labrador man awarded for writing efforts
Run for the Red this weekend in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
Labrador Land Protectors taking part in Muskrat Falls rallies across country on ...
Happy Valley-Goose Bay dance school brings back 98 medals from competition
Stan Oliver: The facts are the facts
Gary Shaw: It won’t be long now
STEVE BARTLETT: Get your kids to power down their devices and turn ...
Editorial: Security check
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: It is (over) written
NICHOLAS MERCER: Corner Brook man donates his hockey card collection to C.C. Loughlin
NICHOLAS MERCER: Cellular phones, payphones and social status
Russell Wangersky: Trudeau’s government on the wrong track with this one
Editorial: Ford Nation?
Editorial: Weather watch
The town of Amherst, N.S., has a tender out to do a new floodplain study, looking ahead at what changes to expect in the next 20 years. The New Brunswick government is reviewing floodplain and coastal mapping following historic flooding this ...
Russell Wangersky: Consider the source
What do you do when your best source of information is also part of the story? I’ll explain. Realtors are where the rubber hits the road in the housing market. When the federal government brought in a stress test for ...
STEVE BARTLETT: Get your kids to power down their devices and turn The Corner
I miss The Corner at the intersection of Carmen and Notre Dame. My parents had a white fence there, along the western side of our yard. At times, the top rung of the fence would buckle with the weight of 30 kids. At times, the laughter from ...
Gary Shaw: It won’t be long now
We have had a long and snow filled winter. The black bears of Labrador are perhaps the smartest Labradorians of all. They dig into a hole or under a big old stump from a deadfall tree, make themselves comfortable, and set up housekeeping for a long ...
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 ...
Nicholas Mercer: Jia Da Ma is the biggest Lyoto Machida fan you might not know
Brazilian mixed martial artist Lyoto Machida had just gone five grueling rounds with American Eryk Anders in the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s February event in Belém in northeast Brazil. For 25 minutes, the two fighters traded ...
Editorial: Guns blazing
Federal Liberals promised tougher gun control measures during the 2015 election campaign, and in late March, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale finally introduced long-awaited amendments to Canada’s Firearms Act. The bill came under ...
Russell Wangersky: Season of hope
I’m hiding the seed potatoes in the holes I’ve dug in the new meadow garden, backfilling and covering the tubers with a mix of dark soil and café-au-lait clay. They’re Kennebecs, developed at a Maine agricultural station, ...
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 ...
DAVE WHITE: Under review: Six-legged pony and loving birdsong
A quaint quarterly newsletter circulates in our town, a paper pony which has grown legs through its three decades providing municipal updates and public notices to McIvers (pop. 538). A folded 8x11-inch sheet of office paper printed on both sides ...