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Open letter to Premier, Cabinet Ministers & all MHAs

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“We, the people of Newfoundland and Labrador, will not let that happen!”

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Open Letter to Minister Gerry Byrne on his recent comments concerning part-time students

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“Part-time students should not be punished for making the decisions necessary for themselves and their families to survive and to have a chance at a better future.”

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Open letter to MHAs re: Budget 2016

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“What motivates you? … Why did you become a politician in the first place?”

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“Once upon a time, Newfoundlanders were known to fight for something.”

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“On Thursday I learned that the provincial government thinks I, personally, am responsible for our debt. And that I, personally, should proportionally pay more into that debt than people who make twice, three times, four times as much as me.”

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Budget 2016 provides little hope for the future

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“How can one feel hope and motivation all the while feeling squeezed, pinched, and drowned — drowning in anxiety and fear?”

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Budget 2016 “an attack on families”

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“We both work full-time. We both have ‘good’ jobs, and we don’t spend. But on this current budget, we simply will not be able to make ends meet. It is impossible.”

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Minister’s “illegal” caribou hunt argument is colonialist

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“For goodness sakes, let us understand that a way of life, a culture, a dependency of the Indigenous population on this land and surrounding areas is slyly being wiped away for the sake of political wants and to satisfy a disconnected population with no interest or ties to traditional practices in any meaningful way.”

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What I learned from attending a #BlackLivesMatter protest in Toronto

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“It was a true sign of solidarity against systemic racism.”

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Anglican Church’s flag on government buildings galling and hypocritical

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“Considering the Anglican Church’s history of endorsing religious violence and its ongoing role in the suppression of gay rights, I believe it’s wrong for our secular governments to align themselves with this organization.”

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Whose side is our government on?

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The federal government’s recent leniency with wealthy corporate interests hints at a disturbing trend in the way government does business.

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We may not like austerity, but it is necessary

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Size of province’s public sector must shrink “to cut the costs of an institution this province cannot afford to operate — that is, until we see an increase in the price of oil.”

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The signs of change

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“The renewable energy revolution is occurring faster than anyone predicted.”

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A case for increased investment in the art and artists of Newfoundland and Labrador

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“Investing in the arts is sound practice in maintaining both the financial and spiritual health of our people.”

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We must stand up to Muskrat and those forcing it on us

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“We need to gather in mass numbers and demand that justice be served.”

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Let’s talk about Bell

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“This type of corporate fundraising has become necessary because as a society we are underfunding and undervaluing public services and community organizations.”

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Lessons from the Upper Churchill contract

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“Our best hope for a better deal is to argue, in the court of Canadian public opinion if not in the court of law, that the contract is undemocratic.”

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A plan for the Liberals?

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“The time is ripe for real change in Newfoundland and Labrador.”

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Continuation of Muskrat Falls abusive and neglectful

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“The time for excuses is gone. The time for action is now.”

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Oil prices will rise as they have before

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In response to Shannon Reardon’s May 7 column, “Our squandered pride and prosperity”.

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