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Residents take anti-austerity fight to streets of St. John’s

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Province-wide, Newfoundlanders and Labradorians are concerned and angry about the devastating consequences the Dwight Ball Government’s austerity budget will have on the most vulnerable people in the province and even the working class.

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“Once upon a time, Newfoundlanders were known to fight for something.”

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“On Thursday I learned that the provincial government thinks I, personally, am responsible for our debt. And that I, personally, should proportionally pay more into that debt than people who make twice, three times, four times as much as me.”

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Budget 2016 “an attack on families”

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“We both work full-time. We both have ‘good’ jobs, and we don’t spend. But on this current budget, we simply will not be able to make ends meet. It is impossible.”

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Liberals’ austerity budget will hit most vulnerable hardest

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Despite reassurances by government that all Newfoundlanders and Labradorians will share the burden of addressing the province’s $1.83 billion deficit, critics say the Liberals’ first round of austerity is disproportionately targeting the marginalized and least privileged first.

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Government “definitely does have a choice” in NL Budget 2016: economist

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There are alternatives to austerity, say federation of labour president and an independent economist. They just have to be sought out.

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Budget thoughts on the eve of austerity

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Austerity is unavoidable. How do we minimize the damage?

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As the wave breaks: NL budget 2016

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Solidarity is our only weapon against austerity.

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Is there a democratic alternative to austerity?

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Other places have experimented with austerity, so we don’t have to. Here’s how Newfoundland and Labrador can avoid known mistakes and put itself on a path to a brighter, more equitable, future.

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Deficit crisis a chance for change

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The province’s poor fiscal standing presents us with a real opportunity to discuss and debate some important policy issues, such as fair taxation, a new health accord, a guaranteed national income, and more.

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We may not like austerity, but it is necessary

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Size of province’s public sector must shrink “to cut the costs of an institution this province cannot afford to operate — that is, until we see an increase in the price of oil.”

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Not “Our” Crisis

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An anti-austerity manifesto for N.L.

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Inequality, neoliberalism, and the unmaking of the middle class

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Nowadays middle class values largely conform to the neoliberal ideology that has dominated economic discourse for the past 35 years. In light of our current “fiscal” problems, however, maybe it’s time to evaluate whether this has been in our best interests.

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N.L.’s fiscal crisis was not inevitable

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Yet our politicians tell us we all must pay.

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Entropy and N.L. political imagination

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As the provincial economy circles the drain, it is apparent the Liberals have no plan.

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The Indy’s Top 15 of 2015

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See which articles and topics Independent readers cast an eye over most in 2015.

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We will never have better than we demand

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“All is well for western profiteers when their media and politicians can get us quibbling among ourselves over jobs and who gets a better pension.”

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More protests planned as City responds to budget backlash

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City of St. John’s finance committee chair says council will consider taking grant money from other sectors to reinstate its arts investment, but residents say that’s not good enough.

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“Please, Mr. O’Keefe, Mr. Galgay, and your other sleeping friends: Resign.”

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Former Great Big Sea member and small business owner Bob Hallett says homeowners and business owners in St. John’s feel “abused and neglected” in the wake of city council’s municipal budget. He is calling for the mayor and councillors’ resignation.

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St. John’s city budget: a ticking time bomb

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Incompetence and austerity could cripple the capital city, and the provincial economy too.

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Where a radical spirit can begin again

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The N.L. NDP may not be the radical revolutionaries many progressives in this province would like to see, but the party’s new leader and election promises spell real, meaningful change for those who need it most.

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