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How do we measure successful fiscal governance?

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Retaining and creating stable, well-paying jobs would be a good start.

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Paradise man uses social media to connect job-seekers and employers

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Chris Buckley has taken to Facebook and Twitter to create his own online job board.

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Automation nation

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In a world that’s desperate for jobs, why are we ‘innovating’ ourselves out of them?

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It’s hard to change everything

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We’re doing pretty well for ourselves, even if it is killing the planet. Bringing about change is going to be harder than we like to admit.

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On youth and the future

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If the future is so bright, why does it feel we’re in a fog when it comes to employment opportunities?

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CETA on our doorstep

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As the enormously controversial Canada-European Union free trade deal looms, details of the negotiations are being kept secret by the federal and provincial governments. At risk are our natural resources and livelihoods.

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Our housing crisis

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Why the skyrocketing cost of housing in St. John’s is a problem for everyone in the province.

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EI, EI, OH!

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The system does need reforms – but not necessarily the ones proposed. Those on both sides need to start thinking sensibly, not just ideologically.

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