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Unmasking Donny Dooley: Newfoundland’s Most Wanted Troll

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For years, an anonymous Twitter account mocked accident victims, berated grieving parents, and terrorized women. Today the Independent removes his mask.

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A Glimpse Inside: A Day at Her Majesty’s Penitentiary

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Advocates say a replacement for Her Majesty’s Penitentiary—dating to 1859—will improve safety for both inmates & officers. But how much longer can it wait?

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“Pulling on the Same Oar”: Meet Labrador’s Unlikely Alliance

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Jordan Brown Lela Evans Newfoundland Labrador Progressive Conservative New Democratic Party

Political shakeups in the Big Land sent Lela Evans & Jordan Brown to the House of Assembly. Now they’re working across party lines to shine light on Labrador.

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Living Well Amid Waste: Wealth, Wages, and Food Insecurity

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Newfoundland and Labrador has the highest rate of food insecurity in Canada. It also has the second lowest minimum wage. These two things are connected.

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Mitigating Muskrat Falls

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We have some suggestions on how to pay for a boondoggle.

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Ecological Ethics and Oil in Newfoundland and Labrador

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Ecological ethics confronts petroculture because it does not view the world through markets, and does not privilege our own well-being ahead of others’.

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Keeping It In the Ground

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Is directly targeting offshore oil production the most effective way to fight climate change in NL? Or should we focus more energy on reducing local demand?

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Berni Stapleton is Paving Her Own Path

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Memorial University’s new writer-in-residence talks about inclusive theatre, the power of the province’s past, and her pathbreaking career in the arts.

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The Dirty Politics Behind Cleaning NL’s Dirty Water

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Supporting a fiscally irresponsible P3 “solution” for wastewater defers true costs and make immediate budgets look more ‘responsible.’ Is that a temptation?

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Illustrated Adventures in Newfoundland Geography

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By the end of this post, you will have a newfound respect for Mainlanders—and anyone else who has ever tried to follow directions in Newfoundland.

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The NL Expat Survey, Part 2: Growth Opportunities

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Last week, The Indy explored the reasons why young people are leaving Newfoundland and Labrador. Today, we’re exploring ideas that might bring them back.

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The Newfoundland and Labrador Expatriate Survey (Part 1)

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As Newfoundland and Labrador struggles with demographic decline, its provincial government searches for answers from those who left the province behind.

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Ten Microstories Told Through NL Place Names

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Ten stories in ten sentences, and each one including five community names from Newfoundland and Labrador. Can you identify them all?

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On the Stoppage of Crime

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A modest proposal: that crime is not stopped by terrorizing a city with a guerilla marketing campaign aimed at encouraging people to snitch on the poor.

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Canada Complicit in Genocide: MMIWG Report

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The findings and recommendations of the MMIWG Report may be dismissed, but its charge of genocide cannot be ignored.

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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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Put Education on the Ballot

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We need institutions where critical inquiry can be freely pursued by scholars and cultivated among students. The future of NL depends on it.

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The Patient’s Progress, Part 4

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I’m beginning to think the patient is better off living in his fantasy. After I hear about New Year’s 2018 on the St. John’s waterfront, I want to join him.

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The Patient’s Progress, Part 3

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art by Gordon Little

It is October 2007. An emergency all-party government unleashes a political revolution in NL. But a sudden General Strike threatens to derail the province.

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The Patient’s Progress, Part 2

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Art by Gord Little

All Townie MHAs receive rural reeducation as the Baymen seize power in Newfoundland & Labrador. Meanwhile, a meal of Chow Mein nearly destroys the province.

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