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Hans Rollmann has 280 articles published.

Colonialism, hate, and the media

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Racism and hatred are growing in Canada. The role of the media should be to combat it, not promote it.

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Government and industry cash-for-access dates are wrong

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And members of the public are understandably upset.

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Muskrat inquiry, now!

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The people of Newfoundland and Labrador deserve immediate transparency, accountability, and evidence supporting the claim Muskrat Falls should not and cannot be stopped.

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Colonialism in the justice system: Who’s to blame?

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When it comes to Inuk land protector Beatrice Hunter’s shameful treatment, everyone is trying to pass the buck — including those who bear ultimate responsibility.

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It’s time for a $15 minimum wage

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Ontario just introduced a $15 minimum wage. The benefits are obvious, and it’s time for this province to do the same.

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Free Beatrice Hunter

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The Inuk land protector and grandmother is not a threat. She’s a political prisoner.

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The rise of nativism in NL politics

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Our provincial and post-secondary leaders are playing with a dangerous idea.

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Indy editor challenges Prime Minister on press freedom

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In Twitter essay, Justin Brake responds to Justin Trudeau’s World Press Freedom Day statement.

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No, it does not cost $26K to educate a student

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In the fight over post-secondary funding, incorrect math is being used for political purposes.

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Fishers need dialogue, not explanations

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Scientists don’t need to do a better job of explaining themselves to fishers — they need to do a better job of listening to them.

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Why I’m glad James McLeod is back on Twitter

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Twitter and social media are part of modern journalism, and we need to get used to it.

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Budget 2017 poised to increase inequality in N.L., critics say

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Are the Liberals trying to balance the books at the expense of the province’s most vulnerable?

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How do we measure successful fiscal governance?

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Retaining and creating stable, well-paying jobs would be a good start.

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Anatomy of a Throne Speech

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Liberals’ Speech from the Throne indicates Budget 2017 will deliver more of the same.

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Snelgrove verdict brings consent into focus

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Police officer’s acquittal in sexual assault case demonstrates how justice system fails rape victims.

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Revue 2016: The good, the bad and the ugly

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Rising Tide Theatre strikes again in hilariously highlighting the absurdity of N.L. politics. But is it a foregone conclusion that there’s nothing we can do about the pitiful status quo?

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The Ball Government’s attack on N.L. society

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The Liberals’ book tax is part of a bigger, disturbing pattern.

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Justin Brake nominated for human rights award

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Independent reporter to appear in court over same coverage N.L. Human Rights Commission has cited as the reason for his nomination.

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Ball Government’s new vision buries N.L. residents in gobbledygook

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But cutting through the spin doesn’t inspire any greater confidence.

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Press freedom a prerequisite for the just and democratic rule of law

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Journalists ought to defend freedom of the press, not encourage its restriction.

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