Burin Peninsula native recalls war-time service
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Letters to Santa
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VIBERT: American reputation in decline around world
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: What happens when countries don’t even pretend to care?
Gary Shaw: It’s snowmobile time, check the ice first
VIBERT: Freeland’s victory lap, Trump’s win
EDITORIAL: Communities need to take responsibility for their water
North Coast Perspective — A higher purpose for daily workouts
NICHOLAS MERCER: Comparing a Christmas
Christmas is never as innocent as it is when viewed through the eyes of a child. The magic of the season never dissipates or wanes when you’re young. Just the mention of Santa Claus can send a child into a fit of delirium as they think of ...
VIBERT: Artist’s case belies lofty claims
Welfare reform sounds good in theory, which is fortunate because, after four years of trying, it appears the Nova Scotia government can only deliver welfare reform in theory. In practice, the provincial Community Services Department remains a ...
So close and yet so far apart
Dear Editor, I will start this story with a sad turn of events. On Jan.12, 2017 my sister-in-law, Rita Cunard, became very ill and had to be airlifted to St. John’s to St. Clare’s Mercy Hospital where she fought for her life for the ...
VIBERT: Carbon pricing is hard on the head
For many of us, 2019 promises to be hard on the head. By April Fools’ Day, a price on carbon will have arrived everywhere in the land and for the majority of Canadians, blissfully ignorant as to what that means, the bliss will be ...
NICHOLAS MERCER: Punk band Trash Juice dropping debut album this week
The snow-covered neighbourhood in the Country Road area of Corner Brook is just like any other on Monday evening. The snow that’s fallen in the last little while is piled up on the side of the road or in driveways and a fresh ...
GRENFELL MATTERS: Grenfell theatre promises to deliver
In Grenfell’s theatre program we attempt to familiarize acting and technical students with various styles of theatre. This fall a large portion of our student body has been focusing on mounting a production of George Feydeau's farce, ...
KIRSTEN DALLEY: Clawing at laws
Almost a year ago I walked into the Exploits Valley SPCA with no intent other than to look at cats and kittens in person. I had been watching for new pictures on their adoptables Facebook page for months, sharing the posts with family and friends ...
LETTER: Grand Falls-Windsor Kiwanis club needs you
Dear editor, The Kiwanis Club of Grand Falls-Windsor has reached a crossroads, whereby we are having to contend with a declining membership which is forcing us to consider whether or not we will need to disband the club as we head into our 53rd ...
EDITORIAL: To the highest bidder
You’re worth money. Never forget that. And companies are going to sell you — or, at least, they’re going to sell your data. Where you live. How and where you drive. What you spend money on. What your social media interests ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Science that should surprise no one
I get discouraged sometimes. Discouraged, because, caught up in doing things the same way we always have, we keep doing them, even though we should know better. The source of my latest discouragement? Reports late last week that ...