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Quinnipiac: The Grand Old Lady is gone, but all is not lost

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It’s time for a renewed commitment to heritage in St. John’s, and to remind ourselves just why it’s so important.

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The disease of stigma and the power of discernment

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A reflection on the power of mindfulness and compassion in unravelling the complex nature of stigma around mental health

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An International Women’s Day reflection

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There are a lot of unhappy facts to face when it comes to gender equality. But there is also hope.

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Who are we? Complex cultural identities on the Island of Newfoundland

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Newfoundland’s history, like its people, is much more complex than we’re taught in school. That’s something which needs to change.

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The politics and timing of the ATIPPA review

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Is a commitment to openness and transparency with access to information this government’s real motivation for accepting an effective quashing of its infamous Bill 29?

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“A vagina is truly a vagina”

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Why no one will die if we talk about sex, and many will if we don’t

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A feminist way to celebrate Valentine’s Day in 2015

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In this province half of all women over the age of 15 will experience sexual or physical violence in their lifetime. So this Valentine’s Day, why not help end the violence, rather than support a film that glamourizes and normalizes it?

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A kick in the teeth

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Senior dentistry students at Dalhousie University abuse women online, and the university administration seems more concerned with protecting them than addressing the problem of woman-hating on campus.

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Newfoundland’s left needs new life

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The departure of Lorraine Michael marks the end of a difficult period for the New Democrats. It also offers an opportunity to invigorate the party with a truly left politics.

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When one door closes…

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The dropping price of oil reveals more than just the dangers of relying on oil revenue. It also reveals the dangers of letting high income earners and corporations skip by without paying their fair share of taxes.

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CETA: Time to admit it’s an oversold, underhanded deal

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The squabble between the federal and provincial governments over the $280 million MPR package is an opportunity to revisit what we’ve been asked to give up under CETA, and just what we’re getting in return.

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Mandatory helmet law misguided

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Proponents of mandatory helmets have good intentions, but the policy can produce more negative outcomes than good.

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Should we frack? (Emotions need not apply)

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Institutional discrimination at its best: The ‘old boys club’ reviews fracking

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Talking Turkeys

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Food banks were supposed to be a temporary measure, not an institution. Could our energies be better spent tackling income inequality, rather than institutionalizing charity?

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What do falling oil prices mean for Muskrat Falls?

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Cost overruns and a collapse in oil prices have seriously undermined the case for building Muskrat Falls

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Call in the taxmen

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How the Harper Government is destroying civil society and why that will hurt us all

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Learning from Quebec

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If we value our culture and heritage, why are we so bad at preserving it?

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An Alternate History of the Dana Bradley Murder Investigation

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Recent developments cast new light on the province’s most notorious cold case

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Living in the Tory bubble

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It’s time to put an end to conservative ideology in Canadian politics, which has been stoking the fires and serving the rich

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Fighting Islamic State in the age of airpower

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On Sunday Canada launched its first air strikes against the Islamic State in Iraq. However, it is worth considering the recent history of air power to better understand what we can expect from the present mission, and where it can go wrong.

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