This week Martin learns about some of the local fallout from the Great War from Grand Bank author, Randell Pope.
Talking the logic of campaign signs with Jack Harris, Siobhan Coady, Jerry Byrne, John Allan and Matthew Crowder
Through video, TheIndependent.ca analyzes whether Newfoundland and Labrador’s abysmal voter turnout in 2008 was a one-time event, or if it was part of a larger trend.
April 28th is the International Day Of Mourning. Started by the Canadian Labor Congress in 1984, it’s a day of remembrance for those who die of workplace-related injuries and illness. This afternoon, union representatives, politicians and individuals were on hand at the Confederation Building to lay wreaths in honor of the 32 Newfoundland & Labrador workers who died on the job or of work-related illness, of the 1,012 workers who died across Canada, and of the unnumbered workers who died around the world this year.
This week we skip the other fellas and speak with Mr. Wasisname alone
Some are making a tradition of last election’s ABC campaign
As the campaign enters its last week, the Liberal party feels the squeeze from the left and the right!
Taking an inside look into the campaign offices of candidates from Labrador to St. John’s, TheIndependent.ca shares one of the biggest tools available to any election candidate – in the form of an interactive Google Map.
Jack Layton brings NDP spirit to St. John’s
The truth about the F-35 purchase revealed!
Ron Hynes performs at The Rose and Thistle
This week we talk folk music and education, with a passion
A mob of young voters rally in St. John’s
600 towns settled. 600 towns abandoned.
Stephen Harper seems to have a deep back pocket…
Martin meets a man from Gander who has spent his life teaching fine arts around the world
Indy team coverage of Harper’s visit
While the media teases the Green Party with just enough coverage – but not quite enough, Harper tries to take matters into his own hands
Martin heads to Glovertown and hears about The International Grenfell Association