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Through the Fog

It’s time to let industry fix the fishery

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A tough and candid look at what may be best for the future of the fishery

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Is it too late for the Liberal party?

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Kieran Hanley explores how the Liberals went from governing to 6% support in St. John’s in just 9 years

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Everybody Wins!

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Some post-election thoughts from Kieran Hanley

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E-Day: Last minute thoughts on Newfoundland’s election

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Kieran Hanley chimes in with his thoughts on the 2011 Newfoundland election campaign

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Should crime be an election issue?

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As the Federal Conservatives are pushing through new “tough-on-crime” legislation at the national level, many people are left wondering “why?” The crime rate in Canada, afterall, is the lowest it has ever been in almost 30 years – and that rate has been in general decline during that same time. But here in Newfoundland and Labrador – on the northeast Avalon especially – crime is becoming more and more of a problem. While Stats Canada reports that nationally crime decreased by 4% in 2009, the total crime rate in St. John’s actually saw an increase of 4% – and our capital city now has the seventh-highest metropolitan crime index. With money comes prosperity, but it also brings nastier elements of society – that quite frankly us Newfoundlanders aren’t used to. Disappearing are the days where we can leave our car idling in front of the convenience store, leave our front…

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The PCs: Smooth Sailing

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Barring a monumental collapse in support, the party will be just fine heading into their 3rd consecutive majority government.

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The Liberals: 2nd is a Success?

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The NDP: A Long way to go
In this 3-part series, the results of the 2007 election are represented geographically, giving us an idea of the work ahead for each party to win even just one more seat.

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The NDP: A Long way to go

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In this 3-part series, the results of the 2007 election are represented geographically, giving us an idea of the work ahead for each party to win even just one more seat.

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A look into the history of the Churchill

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In the months and years ahead we are all going to be hearing quite a bit about the upper Churchill and the lower Churchill hydro electric projects.

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A self-defeating argument

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If Kevin Aylward and his Liberals are to have any chance in this election campaign, it won’t be through attacking Muskrat Falls.

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The stakes just got higher

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With Yvonne Jones stepping down as leader, the dynamic of the Fall provincial election transforms.

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A beginner’s guide to the Senate

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In advance of a Fall likely to be full of debate, Kieran Hanley introduces the basics (and problems) of Senate reform.

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The unsung heroes of elections

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Through the Fog does its best to cut through the surface of politics in our province and our country, and tell the story of how it really works and what it all means to us in our daily lives.

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Getting elected is the easy part

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It was my experience that most Members of Parliament are working extremely hard – but the disconnect between what the voter expects from their MP and what that MP is actually required to do when in office is so great that there is no wonder there is perpetual disappointment.

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The platforms so far

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An Indy guide to political party plans

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