Baie Verte council now complete
Baie Verte students full of spirit following national youth leadership conference
Springdale’s new mayor all about the team
Baie Verte and area Relay for Life volunteer remembers father
Hundreds of speeding, aggressive N.L. drivers ticketed
Springdale Red Shoe Crew walk generates over $4,000
Baie Verte family bringing more magic to Ronald McDonald House
Philpott ready to lead Baie Verte as newest mayor
Miss Achievement NL deadline approaching
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Russell Wangersky: Separating fact from speculative fiction
You need look no further than Halifax, and the battle that’s about to envelope the Halifax Chronicle Herald. The Herald and its newsroom union are in the countdown to a strike or lockout over contract negotiations. Chronicle Herald management has ...
“Nice hair,” one set of posters might read, posters plastered from the front door to the gym, thanks to the campaigner’s parents’ deep pockets. Another set might make exaggerated and insulting use of your child’s first name. Still more posters, put ...
Eastern passages with Russell Wangersky
At least, that seems to be the way the province of New Brunswick is looking at it. That province, facing a large deficit, is looking at establishing toll booths to raise anywhere from $43 million to $60 million. There are three different options, ...
They’re just not ready
Outside the oil industry, probably very few people knew what the concept of a capping stack was, until the Deepwater Horizon oil rig disaster in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010. After that rig’s spill — and the failure of its blowout protector — a ...
Neither Here Nor There
My focus drifted to the corner of the window frame where the wallpaper was beginning to curl. I can’t remember how long ago Lisa and I hung that wallpaper and how many coats of wallpaper she had hung before that. I say “she” had hung, ...
That’s what she said
I had turned 19 that year. The age every teenager can’t wait for. I worked night shifts at the time, and after waking for a new shift, that’s when I heard. While I slept, the world turned entirely upside down. There was shock, disbelief, rage, worry ...
Under the radar
Shrimp fishing boats, part of the inshore fleet, at Port de Grave. TC Media file photoAfter it selected the members of the Ministerial Advisory Panel (MAP) to examine the “Last In, First Out” (LIFO) policy for northern shrimp, Department of Fisheries ...
Flying high behind the wheel
Their argument? “We believe this is an incredible opportunity for British Columbia,” Stephanie Smith, president of the B.C. Government and Service Employees’ Union, said at a press conference. “We have an excellent track record for distributing and ...
Coming the other direction, on the big highway, as you come down into the bowl of Pictou County, you can already see the plume. It’s domed hardwood hills on both sides of the road, grey sticks now with the leaves gone, like loaves of rising bread. ...
The fine print
Federal deficit targets now seem unlikely, and in Alberta, the new provincial NDP government is cautioning that some of its promises will have to be delayed because of the downturn in oil revenues. In Newfoundland and Labrador, the provincial ...