It’s time Canadians demand to know how long Stephen Harper plans to continue playing the Arctic sovereignty card without actually doing anything to ensure that sovereignty.
How have perceptions about NL changed among Canadians in the past few years?
A week of improved preservation and presentation.
And for your entertainment on this dreary cloudy day, a list of common misconceptions.
When the youth are gone who’ll work in the fish plants and who’ll catch the fish? Where will the industry be then?
‘Nalcor Energy committed to sharing information on Muskrat Falls’
The province could no longer trust the federal government
Finally! The Lower Churchill loan guarantee!
With Canada Day approaching I’d like to beg the indulgence of our readers for a moment in asking, during this time of celebration, that we take a moment to remember how that day also marks one of the most solemn in Newfoundland and Labrador’s pre-confederation history.
‘I can just imagine what the general public (those less inclined to dig for answers) are going through’.
The glaringly obvious question right there is where are Kathy Dunderdale and her government???
Keith Ashfield, Minister of Fisheries and Oceans and Minister for the Atlantic Gateway, issued the following statement on June 15 concerning the closure of the maritime rescue centre in St. John’s
The story of the trouble Noah might have if he planned to build an Ark in Canada today.
A fully capable and existing Canadian airbase in Labrador, at 5-Wing Goose Bay, has been lying practically dormant for years.
Chart removed from Nalco(r)’s 2010 Business and Financial Report
‘I can’t find a single fault with the logic or the decision not to fund the team’
‘It’s a rare thing for me to believe a politician is actually on a mission, other than to feather his own nest’
Each citizen of Newfoundland should benefit equally from the royalties of our resources, but we don’t, just the select few.
Solutions for the senate
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