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Rape culture in our city: An open letter to St. John’s

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Media coverage of reports of gang rapes in St. John’s has directed many to contemplate their moral stance on sex work, instead of their moral stance on rape and the appropriate police response to the rape of any person.

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NL not at risk of becoming a “police state” (In defense of Paul Davis)

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“When we are dismissing him because of his background, perhaps we should reflect on how well we have been served in the past when we were ruled by the fish merchants, lawyers and teachers.”

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Democracy: rule by the people for the people

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We are “trapped in a situation where we have an elections-based, elite-dominated political system and yet we call it ‘a democracy'”

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Odds of overturning Churchill Falls contract are “vanishing low”

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“Frustration of Purpose suits are among the most difficult to pursue”

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Time to “cool off” in the East Coast Trail kerfuffle

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Some fresh thoughts on an unnecessarily overheated debate

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Sharp criticism sometimes stifles discussion

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There is a fine line between freedom of expression and (tolerance of) discriminatory language and beliefs: have we found it?

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‘Natural’ and ‘Green’ aren’t mutually exclusive

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Chris Higgins is a Green Building Planner from Newfoundland who now lives in Vancouver, B.C.

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How to build a pop can solar heater

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Did the rolling blackouts of #DarkNL 2014 get you down (and cold)? The key to staying warm may be in your recycling bin.

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Ribbons for riches: thank eelgrass for our food and safety

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Eelgrass is an important if often overlooked resource for this province. We need to be more attentive to its value – and the threats it faces.

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Earth Year 2014

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Earth Day this year presented us with yet another wake-up call to be attentive to the cry of our planet home for our greater care and respect. Are we listening?

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An “innocent” Nigel Wright does not stem our multiplying villainies

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There is much reason to be cynical of our political class, and the systems meant to check and balance them.

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CBC journalist John Furlong dead at 63

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A veteran journalist in Newfoundland and Labrador, Furlong succumbed to cancer just weeks after learning of his illness

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The Indy News Hour – April 13, 2014

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Interview: Brandon Pardy on “Re-evaluating Labrador Governance” – Really Important News: CBC Cuts, Virgina Waters by-election, St. John’s snowclearing protests – Rogue Meteorology Weather Report: “Bermuda High” – Interview: Local writer Mona’a Malik reads from the Spring 2014 issue of Landwash and talks about the forthcoming sixth edition of local literary journal Paragon. Plus music from Harry Martin, Jacinda Beals and All The Wiles.

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In response to ‘Open letter to Memorial University’s Senate’

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“If a police officer cannot be trusted with a holstered duty weapon in this setting, they cannot be trusted in any setting.”

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