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Who Controls Fish Processing in Newfoundland & Labrador?

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Is corporate concentration a central part of the province’s long-term strategy for the fishery? How does that benefit Newfoundlanders and Labradorians?

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How Budget Day Changed When Media Picked the Attendees

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While stakeholder attendance at the lock-up was smaller than in previous years, representation changed significantly when media shaped the invite list.

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The “Pandemic Budget,” and Politics at the End of the Line

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The truth is even simpler than it was last year. The province, despite seven years of austerity, is even closer to financial ruin that it was in 2019.

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The Doctor is In: Andrew Furey as Technocrat

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Dr. Furey does in fact have a principled vision for Newfoundland and Labrador’s future. It is a vision that is deeply technocratic—and troublingly elitist.

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Newfoundland and Labrador’s ‘Clean Oil’ in a Global Context

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The relative cleanliness of NL’s offshore oil is the key selling-point for the industry’s future in a low-carbon world. But does this argument hold up?

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The Hands that Feed, Part 1: Faces of the Grocery Frontlines

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Despite the fanfare for their service, food retail employees themselves are not convinced they’re ‘recognized’ in ways that actually improve their lives.

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Thinking Outside the Crisis: A Great Big Bag of Hammers

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The events triggered by Covid-19 are diagnostic of fragile social arrangements that we have lacked the ability to discuss for decades.

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Thinking Outside the Crisis: Out of What Exists

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It’s not too late for Newfoundlanders and Labradorians to write a new, original story—our story, our future—from the ruins of the present moment.

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Thinking Outside the Crisis: Throwing Off Our (Food) Chains

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The supply chain is not a series of equal links dependent on the ‘weakest link’ to operate. Rather, the middle is a choke point over the food supply.

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Thinking Outside the Crisis: Housing as Healthcare in the North

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Housing is more than a matter of shelter—housing is healthcare. It’s time for a northern housing strategy that recognizes this critical connection.

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Why NL Fishers are Protesting in a Pandemic: An Explainer

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The fight over the 2020 fishing season has exposed many deeply rooted problems in a crucial but troubled industry in Newfoundland and Labrador.

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Thinking Outside the Crisis: Inequity and Triage

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Far from being a “great equalizer,” Covid-19 is exposing the deeper inequities in our healthcare systems and the populations they serve.

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Thinking Outside the Crisis: Where We Go & How We Get There

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Hard though it is, we have to shift our economies away from fossil fuels. We are perilously near collapse.

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Thinking Outside the Crisis: A Tutorial Level in Apocalypse(s)

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If the pandemic has done anything, it has forced us to think about how societies face a crisis of collapse. We need to escape the Holocene delusion.

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Thinking Outside the Crisis: The Pandemic & Social Unrest

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Even before the pandemic, we were living in a revolutionary age. Now, long-standing injustices and inequalities are amplified by COVID-19.

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Report: FLR Complied with Disclosure Rules in Salmon Die-off

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A mass die-off of salmon in fish pens on the south coast of Newfoundland made waves in news headlines last October. But yesterday, a report into public disclosure of information by the Department of Fisheries and Land Resources released by the province’s Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner clearing the Department of any wrong-doing, scarcely created a ripple. Gerry Byrne, the Minister of Fisheries and Land Resources summarized the report’s main finding yesterday in a series of tweets. “Appreciate having an Independent Officer of the Legislature confirm no basis for mandatory disclosure due to no evidence of health or environmental risk,” the Minister posted. He added: “In my own history as a parliamentarian, I have never experienced an oversight Office conclude an investigation by saying ‘no recommendations’ to offer or required as the situation was well handled.” Commissioner Michael Harvey’s report concludes “I do not have any recommendations to make…

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Thinking Outside the Crisis: Imagining Communities Through Data

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The way digital information is mobilized during this pandemic highlights the politics of data—even if we often couldn’t see the data itself.

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Thinking Outside the Crisis: Decarbonized or Destitute?

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We can *heart* oil and gas all we want—it doesn’t *heart* us back.

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Thinking Outside the Crisis: Introducing a New Series

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This column introduces a series of commentaries that create space for positive futures by thinking against the grain of the pandemic.

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NL’s Last Great Pandemic: Lessons from the 1918 Flu

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While we may never have encountered a health crisis like this in our lifetimes, our ancestors did.

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