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A map featured a the new "Acting on Climate Change" report drafted by more than 60 Canadian scholars illustrates the potential for wind and solar energy in across the country. The green over Newfoundland and Labrador indicates wind potential. Image: Acting on Climate Change: Solutions from Canadian Scholars.
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#DonDunphy: Cooler heads prevail

Rationally approaching delicate matters in the public interest, especially those as sensitive...

Photo courtesy Zeitgeist Films.

Have you examined your life?

What happens when we begin questioning some of the fundamental values and assumptions that...

Paul Davis PC Leadership Convention

Let’s raise taxes on the rich

Years of unaffordable tax breaks for rich people have contributed to a yawning budget deficit...

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Time to fix the childcare problem

Childcare is an investment in our society’s future. Let's start treating it like one.

A map featured a the new "Acting on Climate Change" report drafted by more than 60 Canadian scholars illustrates the potential for wind and solar energy in across the country. The green over Newfoundland and Labrador indicates wind potential. Image: Acting on Climate Change: Solutions from Canadian Scholars.

Climate action won’t involve move from oil: Premier

Following a premier's climate summit in Québec...

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A map featured a the new "Acting on Climate Change" report drafted by more than 60 Canadian scholars illustrates the potential for wind and solar energy in across the country. The green over Newfoundland and Labrador indicates wind potential. Image: Acting on Climate Change: Solutions from Canadian Scholars.

Climate action won’t involve move from oil: Premier

By: | April 18, 2015

Following a premier's climate summit in Québec City earlier this week, New...

People march down Water Street in St. John's Wednesday evening in solidarity with the Quebec students and to protest the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador's 'Bill 29'.  - photo by Graham Kennedy

In solidarity with Québec anti-austerity protesters

By: | April 2, 2015

On Thursday people are gathering in St. John's to protest austerity and pol...

Cindy Gladue. Photo: Facebook.

Cindy Gladue and the fight for a “fair justice system”

By: | March 31, 2015

On Thursday St. John's will join nationwide demonstrations calling for just...

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#DonDunphy: Cooler heads prevail

By: | April 24, 2015

Rationally approaching delicate matters in the public interest, especially ...

Have you examined your life?

By: | April 24, 2015

What happens when we begin questioning some of the fundamental values and a...

Let’s raise taxes on the rich

By: | April 21, 2015

Years of unaffordable tax breaks for rich people have contributed to a yawn...

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Newfoundland singer and fiddler Daniel Payne performs at the Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Festival in 2012. Photo by Graham Kennedy.

Culture reflected back in music

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August 7, 2014


A Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Festival retrospective

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People to People Library

Introducing the People to People Library

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August 1, 2014


Where conventional libraries fall short, people sharing ingenuity and building community stand tall

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Coming To Stay

Coming to stay

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April 16, 2014


Vol. 1 Issue 2
Spring 2014

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Stepfather

Stepfather

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April 16, 2014


Vol. 1 Issue 2
Spring 2014

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LETTERS

Dept. of Natural Resources in conflict of interest on fracking

From: Bob Diamond
April 19, 2015

If health, safety and environmental protection are main considerations on the issue of hydraulic fracturing, as stated by the Department of Natural Resources and the provincial government, then why is it we so rarely, if at all, see media releases pertaining to hydraulic fracturing from the premier, the environment minister, and the health minister?

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#GoIndy2015

Indy Editor Justin Brake’s interview on CBC Radio’s Labrador Morning

Indy Editor Justin Brake’s interview on CBC Radio’s Labrador Morning

By: | February 14, 2015

Justin Brake talks about #GoIndy2015 and why independent journalism and ind...

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Indy columnist Leisha Sagan #GoIndy2015

By: | February 12, 2015

"I want an Independent media for myself and for my children, to help them l...

Peter Willie Youngtree’s #GoIndy2015 Pledge Song

Peter Willie Youngtree’s #GoIndy2015 Pledge Song

By: | February 10, 2015

St. John's songwriter Peter Willie Youngtree pens a tune for #GoIndy2015...

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