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Kieran Hanley has 45 articles published.

A self-defeating argument

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If Kevin Aylward and his Liberals are to have any chance in this election campaign, it won’t be through attacking Muskrat Falls.

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The stakes just got higher

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With Yvonne Jones stepping down as leader, the dynamic of the Fall provincial election transforms.

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A beginner’s guide to the Senate

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In advance of a Fall likely to be full of debate, Kieran Hanley introduces the basics (and problems) of Senate reform.

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MAYDAY-NL – a public rally to help save the Marine Rescue Centre

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A public rally is being organized by the MAYDAY-NL Coalition in an effort to save the Marine Rescue Centre in St. John’s. The Federal government recently announced the centre’s closure in an effort to save money, however, the Coalition claims that the closure will ‘have a profoundly negative impact on the offshore search and rescue capabilities in this province – an impact that could put people’s lives in danger’. The closure could take place as early as next year. The rally is taking place this Saturday at 11:30 a.m. on Harbour Drive, and will feature musical performances as well as speakers from ‘a wide range of organizations opposed to the closure’. All concerned citizens are encouraged to attend. The MAYDAY-NL Coalition describes itself as a broad-based group of organizations consisting of labour, municipalities, students, political parties, community groups and concerned individuals who have come together to oppose the closure of…

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Moose Newfoundland-bound?

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With Manitoba set to get its NHL franchise back, how close is Newfoundland to getting its AHL franchise?

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The unsung heroes of elections

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Through the Fog does its best to cut through the surface of politics in our province and our country, and tell the story of how it really works and what it all means to us in our daily lives.

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