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Don’t talk down to us

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‘Professionals’ are killing democracy.

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A tale of two Tories

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Opposites attract, except when you’re Conservative leaders speaking out on the role of public servants in politics.

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Reclaiming democracy

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With an election this fall, 2015 is a big year for Canadian politics and democracy. But how much can really change, even if we do manage to vote Harper out of office?

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CETA: What government doesn’t want you to know about ISDS lawsuits

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Opposition to CETA is increasingly focusing on the Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) section. What’s at stake for citizens?

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Bill 42 “undemocratic and ill-informed”: 52 academics

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More than 50 academics from the province and across Canada are calling on the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador to reverse its decision to amend the Electoral Boundaries Act

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God guard thee, Newfoundland

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What the rushed passage of controversial Bill 42 reveals about our leading political parties, their understanding of legislative reform and their propensity for anti-democratic decision-making

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Thoughts from Neptune on NL politics

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Observations on galactic-scale farce

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Right-sizing the House of Assembly

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A debate has erupted over how many seats should be elected to our legislature. What does a comparison with national trends tell us about the issue?

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Less representation! Fewer local jobs! Sure, that’ll fix everything.

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A looming deficit is no justification for making awful decisions.

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2014: Newfoundland & Labrador ‘Year in Review’

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We need a ‘bigger picture’ perspective if we’re to achieve the large scale change we desperately need. The Independent was there to cover the stories that mattered most in 2014. Help us do it again this year: #GoIndy2015!

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NL fracking panel and the messiah complex

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There is nothing more dangerous than those who believe in their own righteousness

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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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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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Meet the person behind ‘The Western Stah’

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Fed up with politics and newsmedia in Newfoundland and Labrador, “Randy O’Toole” took up a new hobby and is having a laugh. But behind his satirical narratives are some serious concerns.

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RNC have lost the plot

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Who are the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary trying to recruit with their new video? How well do they understand the community?

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Irresponsible Government

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Premier Paul Davis’ recent appointment of Judy Manning as Minister of Public Safety has sparked a healthy public discussion about parliamentary procedure and the mechanics of our democracy. It has also demonstrated just how little either of those things are actually understood.

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Don’t judge Judy

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There are things worth being riled up about in this province. Judy Manning’s appointment is not one of them.

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Big Brother is watching — but why? And should we care?

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Revelations of federal government surveillance of protests and public lectures may hint at the Harper government’s sense of “vulnerability”, says MUN grad student

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Democracy: rule by the people for the people

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We are “trapped in a situation where we have an elections-based, elite-dominated political system and yet we call it ‘a democracy'”

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