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Ron Hynes

Could Canada’s refugee plan help terrorist groups?

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Welcoming asylum seekers into our country is both noble and necessary. But doing it wrong could have disastrous consequences.

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How I remember Ron

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“I will remember Ron’s strengths. His powerful way of making someone else feel accepted. His encouragement. His amazing ability to turn words into vivid mental pictures.”

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A Tribute to Ron Hynes

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“I couldn’t believe that, here was Ron Hynes changing my guitar strings in my house, right before my eyes!”

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Musicians to make Hynes’ Nov. 26 gig at The Ship a memorial

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“We invite you to come remember the Man of a Thousand Songs…”

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Island artists bring energy and emotion to ECMAs

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There aren’t many trophies coming home, but Newfoundland artists made a notable contribution to the East Coast Music Week festivities in Halifax last week. *With files from Graham Kennedy*

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The Ennis Sisters / It’s Christmas

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Seasonal album rooted in tradition helps define a Newfoundland Christmas

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Remembering Peter Narvaez

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On the anniversary of his death, friends, fans and colleagues gather to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Peter Narvaez.

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The good road goes on

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The Barra MacNeils look back on 25 years and ahead to Newfoundland

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Heed the Hare

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Atlantic Canada’s most unique literary and musical festival kicks off

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AUDIO SLIDESHOW: Ron at The Rose

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Ron Hynes performs at The Rose and Thistle

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