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Canadian politics needs…more poetry?

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There’s been a serious degradation in political speech in recent years, says parliamentary poet laureate

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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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Why do we love hard times so much?

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The “we’ll come through this” mantra is not helpful for those expecting organization, protest, and change.

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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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“Please, Mr. O’Keefe, Mr. Galgay, and your other sleeping friends: Resign.”

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Former Great Big Sea member and small business owner Bob Hallett says homeowners and business owners in St. John’s feel “abused and neglected” in the wake of city council’s municipal budget. He is calling for the mayor and councillors’ resignation.

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St. John’s city budget: a ticking time bomb

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Incompetence and austerity could cripple the capital city, and the provincial economy too.

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“Shame on you, each and every one.”

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“I urge you to repeal these cuts immediately. If you do, I would be more than happy to continue in my current position as poet laureate. If you do not, then you cannot pretend to be the sort of city that deserves a poet laureate anyway.”

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The State of the Arts: Fight or Flight?

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The City of St. John’s recent handling of a public art installation and council’s arbitrary budget cuts to arts funding have spurred major resistance from artists in Canada’s most colourful and creative city. Some say decision-makers’ disregard for the arts could prompt artists to leave Newfoundland altogether.

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Any Mummers, nice Mummers…NOT made in China?

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Newfoundland and Labrador is renowned for its talented arts and crafts scene. So why is it being increasingly outsourced to China?

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Creativizing the future

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With a leadership race and a looming election, there’s lots of political activity going on. So why is nobody talking about the one thing that could guarantee our future prosperity?

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Crafty politics

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At a time when government is trying to boost economic growth, why did they allow closure of the low-cost, high-yield Labrador Craft Marketing Agency?

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Oil and Water: a complicated success

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A powerful play that doesn’t just tell a heartwarming story

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Art knows no borders

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Why are there limitations on whose art can be procured?

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SPARKS ready to fly at MUN this weekend

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Annual festival highlights writers – both new and established – from across Newfoundland and Labrador

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Criticism and the (small) city – Part II

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If we’re going to keep up, we have to be receptive to new approaches

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Criticism and the (small) city

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Critics are vital for the arts to flourish

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In between films

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Reflections on the St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival

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Theatre for ourselves?

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The Indy’s arts columnist reflects on Newfoundland theatre and the stories it tells

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