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The price of everything in the province hinges on this case

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Oceanex vs. Marine Atlantic is about more than just shipping rights. It’s about whether this province will survive.

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Is a road to Labrador’s north coast feasible?

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Here’s what connecting Labrador’s northernmost communities to the rest of the Big Land would likely entail.

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Bike Lanes: Déjà-vu all over again

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As municipalities across the country try to encourage active transportation, why does it still feel like bicycles are Public Enemy #1 in St. John’s? Robin Whitaker reflects on the latest attempt of some city councillors to weaken our barely-existent bicycle infrastructure.

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Facing sustainability?

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Latest Marine Atlantic cuts are just the tip of the proverbial iceberg

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Funnel vision

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The fixed link is back in the news again. And while it might be a fun idea, it’s not a real solution to any of the problems it purports to address.

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Environmental exhaustion

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Brandon tries to calculate the environmental impact of this province’s gas-guzzling ‘toys’. What he finds is startling…

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Shipping Noose

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With the ever increasing cost of goods in rural Labrador and Newfoundland communities, we need to re-evaluate our delivery infrastructure to reduce the cost for consumers AND tax payers

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