Newfoundland and Labrador is learning the hard way: climate change can no longer be ignored.
Tourists are flocking to fish our rivers, which is great. But there needs to be some (real) regulation to ensure the rights of locals are protected.
The Canada-European Union free trade agreement is coming. Labrador and Newfoundland are both part of Canada. Sadly, but ultimately, Canada controls our fisheries.
Muskrat Falls does not give me wood.
Fancy that: a tremendously important event not covered at all by the media…
The Newfoundland government could learn a thing or two from Nunatsiuvut. If only it stopped trying to take their money.
Feral animals are a societal problem and letting them suffer is the real cruelty. Fortunately, we are thinking, creative animals ourselves, so here’s just one simple way our elected officials can help us get the issue ‘fixed’.
They manipulate the polls. You always knew it. You let them.
There are deeply important reasons why we need to improve support for our athletes as a reflection of supporting our self image.
The origins of permits and licenses from one culture doesn’t always transfer to another easily. Nor does it reflect the real reason for the permits in the first place – protecting the resource.
A little story about joining Canada, promises unkept, the erosion of our sovereignty, and redefining our future together
Brandon explores giving gifts that keep on giving, and growing, our communities and those around the world for this holiday season
A friendly little warning…
Failure to allow debate and dialogue will have far greater consequences than this government realizes
I just spent a week in Kuujjuaq, Nunavik. I’ve always been jealous of their regional governance, but now have a new appreciation for our ability to help our neighbours and help ourselves in the process.
Mumbo Jumbo and Fuddle Duddle – as synonyms go, here comes trouble! A column not in defense of the Muskrat Falls protesters in Lake Melville but in defense of decent dissent in politics – “I might not agree with what you have to say, but I’ll fight to the death your right to say it”
Brandon has a few insights into the Quebec election, how it could have been different, and the lessons we can learn from Quebec (and other mature democracies)
Brandon tries to calculate the environmental impact of this province’s gas-guzzling ‘toys’. What he finds is startling…
This Labradorian suspects there is more than meets the eye on the proposed hydroelectric development in Labrador. Who really stands to benefit and who’s being taken for a ride?
Our culture(s) and geography make for great tourism videos, but we can certainly improve on our customer satisfaction.