Book Remarks — The Crackie
Province should expect feds to push cuts: Vardy
Labrador data centres part of Muskrat Falls Rate Mitigation Framework
Botwood looking to boost economy through port opportunities
Corner Brook man helping Roddickton-Bide Arm breakfast program
ALEX HARROLD: Vaping is a serious concern; this week’s column, not so ...
Chelsea Cumby says going to the gym is a time for self
Where Once They Sailed: Family deaths plague sailor’s early childhood
Man charged with interfering with human remains in Conception Bay ...
The Gulf News
PAT CULLEN: Addressing the doctor shortage
DEREK MONTAGUE: Time to resurrect the Labrador High School Championship
ALEX HARROLD: We’re all in this together
Making Waves: Make no bones about it, Dr. Haggie, eating disorders are a disease, not a challenge
VIBERT: Progress slow and steady in budget
VIBERT: The messy side of realpolitik
VIBERT: Furey ‘undermined’ role of chief justice
When the top judge in the province accuses the attorney general of undermining the role of the chief justice of Nova Scotia, Houston is right – we have a problem. Conservative leader Tim Houston exposed that problem this week in the ...
VIBERT: McNeil's inaction setting stage for future nursing home crisis
The year Stephen McNeil’s Liberals defeated Darrell Dexter’s NDP government, 11 of Nova Scotia’s aging long-term care facilities — nine of them nursing homes — were slated for replacement. More than five years later, ...
DEREK MONTAGUE: Some of us aren't meant for small towns
It was New Year's Eve, and just like previous years, I had no intention of going out and celebrating. Dec. 31st has no real significance, other than an excuse for the masses to go out and get drunk. Besides, I had long accepted that my partying ...
ALEX HARROLD: Scamalot
There are many things we have to think about today that our parents and grandparents never passed around at the water cooler at work, if they had a water cooler in the coal mine where my grandfather started out. Highly doubtful. Perhaps they waited ...
What’s new in the Office of Engagement and the Office of Research and Graduate Studies
I’m happy to share with the readers of Grenfell Matters a few of the exciting things happening within the Office of Research and Graduate Studies and the Office of Engagement. Recently we opened facilities that will address two important ...
GRENFELL MATTERS: Big shows planned for Grenfell theatre
Every semester, we at the theatre department produce two plays for the public. The plays are always high-quality affairs. They are usually well attended — and of course we always welcome members of the surrounding communities to attend our ...
VIBERT: OPOR deal creating plenty of smoke
The same government department that brought Nova Scotia its worst breach of private information to date, assures us all is well with the most important IT procurement in the province’s history. That procurement will pick the vendor to ...
VIBERT: FOI needs fixing as much as POP
The Nova Scotia government is working on a bill to modernize the province’s obsolete privacy law, but it seems content to leave access to public information in the dark ages. The premier confirmed this week that a new privacy bill is under ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: We sure know how to pick ’em
“You know, I guess when you sign up to become a politician and you take on the responsibilities of government, at the time I felt I was proud to be a part of a government that was prepared to make tough decisions, to look at ways to advance the ...
NICHOLAS MERCER: Looks can be deceiving
I remember it being dark in the upstairs boys' bathroom at St. Paul's Elementary in Harbour Grace. It was lunch time and a couple of us Grade 6 boys were trying to summon the Candyman. For those not familiar, staring into a mirror and ...