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The Newfoundland and Labrador Expatriate Survey (Part 1)

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As Newfoundland and Labrador struggles with demographic decline, its provincial government searches for answers from those who left the province behind.

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Cod and the Fishery: Down, but Not Out

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Compared to pre-moratorium times, today there are fewer fish, fishers, processors, vessels, and plants. But the value of our fishery remains high.

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Rethinking the Debt in Newfoundland & Labrador

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Is there a progressive answer to how Newfoundland & Labrador’s debt could be managed while avoiding crippling austerity?

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Dam Nation: Fortis in Belize, Part 2

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Should we be surprised that the practices fine-tuned by marauding corporations in the developing world are finally coming home to roost?

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Put Education on the Ballot

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We need institutions where critical inquiry can be freely pursued by scholars and cultivated among students. The future of NL depends on it.

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The Red and Blue Doors Open the Same Room

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As promised in response to the budget/not-a-budget pre-election kick off, I thought it would be useful to take a deeper look at what the Liberals have accomplished in their four years in office. Halfway through the election campaign is as good a time as any. Everything old is new again. As both the Liberals and the Progressive Conservatives have now released their “costed” platforms, it’s probably a good idea to think back to where we were when the parties went through this exercise in 2015. Memories of Elections Past In the spring of 2015, Progressive Conservative premier Paul Davis brought down an austerity budget in response to the collapse in oil prices and the sudden realization that the good times of the previous decade had gone bust.  Budget ’15 projected staggering deficits and proposed a series of tax increases (including a controversial HST increase) and a public sector attrition plan…

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Sleeping On the Ballot Box

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Elections are one of our favourite things, and have been for as long as we can remember. From the excitement of following the “race” once the writ is dropped, to the thrill that comes from marking a ballot and shaping the future of your community, to the awesomeness of election night as you watch the results roll in: elections are entirely exciting and engrossing exhibitions of democracy. Then we get to do it again in four years’ time! It’s like the Olympics of civic engagement! Alas, we are election nerds: we like gathering data, we like following trends, and—in a nutshell—we are strange. Regardless of our personal preferences (and the obviously very fun parties we throw on election night), elections are incredibly important in a free society because they provide a number of key functions in a democracy.  They provide a mechanism by which citizens are able to select their…

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