Governments, private groups pony up $40 million to improve high-speed internet in ...
Team Canada junior hockey player Drake Batherson has strong roots in Port ...
EDITORIAL: War wounds
Delilah Saunders in hospital again
Too much car could prove costly for consumers
Remembering some well-known Newfoundlanders and Labradorians who passed on in 2017
Christmas storm causes damage in Port aux Basques
$5 million invested to improve internet service on Great Northern Peninsula
Norway’s ban on fur farming comes as surprise in Newfoundland and elsewhere
Cape Breton Post
Mysterious Port aux Basques ring not so unusual for Cape Breton woman
Letter to the editor: Review of provincial municipalities act is a good thing
Speaking Out: Our Christmas presence
Letter: Mr. Trudeau, we’re just not ready
Environmental scientist discusses potential factors causing dry wells in Codroy
Letter: Have the vote
What is fetal alcohol spectrum disorder?
The purpose is to raise awareness about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and to get out the message that during the nine months of pregnancy, while breastfeeding, or while planning to conceive, women should not drink alcohol. This is also a moment to ...
Big screen hopes
While the building was standing, there was always that hope that it would be reopened. Like most people on the southwest coast, I have many fond memories of attending movies with family, friends and hosting birthday parties for my children. And who ...
Restarting the cod fishery
I am advocating for increased use of effort-based management. This method has been used successfully for over 90 years in lobster harvesting and could be a model for other fisheries. Lobster harvesting is managed without the application of quotas. ...
March in the streets
I always believed the people did, being common property resource. But who has control of the resources? It would appear it is certainly not we, the people. Well then it must be the government, which has taken control of all of our natural resources ...
Parties must deal with financial reality
There is an election happening somewhere, but not here. The candidates that promised to roll back time and open the Veteran Affairs office and reinstate door-to-door across the country have fallen silent. Yes the country has a surplus. $1.9 billion ...
These children deserve something better
Living in South Korea, there are over 30,000 refugees from one of the coldest, harshest and militant countries on earth: North Korea. These defectors from the North know nothing about modern life and do not know how to survive in 2015. From ...
Spare us the absurdities
Hence we are presented with outrageously unfounded conspiracy theories such as those having to do with the 9/11 terrorists attacks in New York City, the Jewish Holocaust, and the O.J. Simpson murder case of 1994 The most preposterous and unbridled ...
Maybe cheaters do win, sometimes
Maris was an outfielder with the New York Yankees from 1960 to 1966, and in 1961 he accomplished the quite spectacular and radical feat of hitting 61 home runs, thus surpassing the near-sacrosanct record of 60 home runs by Babe Ruth 34 years ...
The various aspects of time
First, the duration of any given parcel of time is relative. When we realize that our lives extend to 100 years at most, that seems like a very short time. But if we were told that we had to spend ten years in prison that would appear to be an almost ...
Lacking due process
I just got word on how you plan to raise revenue through outstanding fines levied against drivers under the Highways Act, which lack's due process. And I am amazed at how you are continuing without due process in violating of the charter, ...