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Fragments of the 1,111 Points of Light

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Art by Gord Little.

We now present you a partial list of the many great initiatives that transformed rural Newfoundland and Labrador into the envy of the world.

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The feedback loop between cars and housing

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MP: I’m thinking we can introduce the new editor at The Independent by having a conversation about homes of the future. What do you think, Drew? DB: I think that’s a marvelous idea! It’s always good to go back to basics when rolling out something new, and it doesn’t get any more basic than the roof over your head. MP: I guess to get this conversation rolling, I’ll admit to an obsession with home. I mean, I studied home for my PhD. Historic home, future home, Métis home, Newfoundland and Labrador home, all of it. But most of all for this conversation I’m interested in the Post-Oil Home. Most of our homes are addicted to oil or dysfunctional energy regimes in one way or another. THE SOUND OF POST-OIL Jerry Dick, Executive Director of Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador, talks about how people in the province used to create…

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Noseworthy no-shows debate organized by community group

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John Noseworthy, former auditor general and challenger to NDP leader Lorraine Michael in the Signal Hill-Quidi Vidi riding, is taking some heat for deciding not to show up to a debate sponsored by the Georgestown Neighbourhood Association. Michael showed up to the event, as did Liberal candidate Drew Brown. “The fact that he has that same arrogant attitude, that he could ignore people in the district that he’s asking to vote for him, ignore that, shows he has the same arrogance as the party he’s running for,” Michael told the CBC. For his part, Noseworthy had concerns that members of the Georgestown association were also working on the NDP campaign. Check out the new poll on TheIndependent.ca to tell us how you feel about this apparent snuff by clicking here. Meanwhile Drew Brown took exception to negative comments made by his Liberal party colleague, Danny Dumaresque, to the city of…

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