The renowned Canadian scientist and activist speaks with The Independent in advance of what could be his final national tour, which begins tonight in St. John’s
The tale of a park that took decades to establish but mere months to abolish
Meanwhile, our own public discussion remains either muted or desperate
Citizen groups stress public pressure and diligence still needed to ensure process is transparent and truly independent
But there are still fabulous sites to visit and enjoy
How I became convinced some important questions need to be answered about the North Spur.
Commercial bike tour company and provincial government need to step back and remember who built the trail
Some of our Provincial Parks are among the best in North America. Here’s a look at two of them.
Latest Marine Atlantic cuts are just the tip of the proverbial iceberg
Council should never have languished in limbo in the first place
Events will be held in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, St. John’s and Stephenville to share concerns over the provincial government’s continued use of the herbicide Agent White, which has known serious environmental and health impacts.
Cycling is good for our health, the environment, the economy, and all the cool kids are doing it. So why the hold up in making St. John’s a bike-friendly city?
Newfoundland and Labrador is on the low road to a difficult future
When it comes to our environment, government shows a pattern of disregard
Eelgrass is an important if often overlooked resource for this province. We need to be more attentive to its value – and the threats it faces.
Members of the Newfoundland and Labrador Fracking Awareness Network gathered in Corner Brook Thursday to send a united message to the provincial government.
I have decided to submit a request to the Office of the Auditor General for a performance audit of the WAER Program because I’m beginning to believe only a voice of that stature and perceived independence will get the attention of the Provincial Government. All other efforts – and I can attest that there have been many – have failed. So, here is my open letter to Terry Paddon, Auditor General for Newfoundland and Labrador.
Delaying the reinstatement of the Wilderness and Ecological Reserves to appoint a “youth representative” is misguided.
Fracking? It’s a complicated issue, but one we need to try to understand.
Proceed with caution