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LETTER: Hate, Silence, & the Responsibility of a Community

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Here, people can’t afford to lose jobs. In the instance that someone does because of racist rhetoric, our failure to hold them accountable is compounded.

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LETTER: Premier Furey, We Need a Green New Deal

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The time has come for Newfoundland and Labrador to seize the opportunity to be a national leader and set ourselves apart.

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LETTER: Investing in a Walk-able City Pays for Itself

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With an investment of $3 million annually into improving walkability in St. John’s, the economic benefits would outweigh the costs by four times.

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LETTER: Our Bubble Will Burst if it Expands Too Quickly

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Everything in my being both professionally and personally says this is premature. Opening up to the rest of Canada means we’ll soon end up back in lockdown.

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Letter to the CBC Ombudsman, 15 April 2020

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The following letter was sent by Independent Editor Drew Brown to the CBC Ombudsman on Wednesday, 15 April 2020. Hello, I hope this message finds you well. My name is Drew Brown, and I am the Editor-in-Chief of the Newfoundland and Labrador Independent. I am writing today to express my concerns about the way a story on food security in the province has been handled by the local CBC affiliate. On Monday, David Cochrane with the CBC published a story about Oceanex, a marine shipping company, seeking federal subsidies to keep it afloat through the pandemic. In the original story, it was reported: “If Oceanex shuts down, it would create an immediate food security and public health crisis in the province.” As it turns out, this was not true; Oceanex actually delivers far fewer food supplies than initially suggested in the article, and according to the company’s own website it…

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OPINION: Covid-19 Will Transform Labour in NL

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Covid-19 impacts will be lasting. It will transform labour markets. How that happens is absolutely up to us.

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An Open Letter to Our Governments on COVID-19

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In all responses to COVID-19 we must prioritize those who are most physiologically and socially vulnerable to this virus and the social response to it.

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RE: “Don’t Cross Newfoundland & Labrador’s Thick Blue Line”

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“My fear is that women and girls experiencing violence in their lives and relationships may feel let down, leading to uncertainty about coming forward.”

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Ecological Ethics and Oil in Newfoundland and Labrador

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Ecological ethics confronts petroculture because it does not view the world through markets, and does not privilege our own well-being ahead of others’.

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Remembering Judy Lynn Ford & the Power of Student Action

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On October 17th, 1980, Judy Lynn Ford was struck and killed by a truck while crossing Prince Philip Parkway. It sparked a week-long student insurrection.

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