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Give me direct democracy or give me window-dressing

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The NL Open Government Initiative does not mean what it says

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Who’s afraid of Virgina Waters?

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It may have been a close race, but the Virgina Waters by-election win is momentous for the provincial Liberals

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Self-determined nation

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Why all the fuss about whether or not to grant self-determination to a distinct region? It just makes sense.

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The Indy News Hour – March 30, 2014

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“Austerity doesn’t work”: Reaction to Budget 2014 — The ‘Really Important News’ with Hans Rollmann — ‘Rogue Meteorology Weather Report’ with Matt Grant — Tribute to Emile Benoit and Frank Maher — Prof. launches petition to keep guns out of Memorial University classrooms — Special 3-part Indy exclusive explores social, political, economic circumstances surrounding sealing disasters of 1914

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Players, absentees and spectators in the CETA ambush

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Who supports the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, and why? Who might have opposed it, but hasn’t? Are there prospects for stopping it?

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Why the petroleum must be removed from the Manolis L

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The 500 tons of oil in the sunken ship in Notre Dame Bay is a disaster waiting to happen, and one the Canadian government has officially decided to ignore

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When little means a lot

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Tom Marshall’s first and last speech from the throne is as remarkable for what it does not say as for what it does

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The Indy News Hour – March 9, 2014

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Featuring interviews with Avalon MP Scott Andrews about the ‘Fair Elections Act’, CUPE NL President Wayne Lucas about federal Employment Insurance legislation, and Denise Cole of the Labrador Safe Alliance, Robyn Noseworthy from The ‘Out’port Magazine and St. John’s Pride Inc. President Taylor Stocks on how educated and accepting we are of gender equality and LGBTQ rights in Newfoundland & Labrador

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Real choice means you can say “No”

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If people had the option to select “None of the Above” on a ballot they would get more of what they really want and less of what they do not

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CETA will erode our traditional rights

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In the third of this 5-part series: Canadians’ wants and needs may change in the coming two decades, but the constraints under our new treaty with the European Union will not

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It’s more than just energy

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Going off-the-grid brings with it the challenge of changing our lifestyle

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Province marks historical first, at fore of Canada’s message to Russia

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As the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics get underway people and communities across the province, country and world are raising the Pride flag as an act of solidarity with LGBTQ people and a rejection of Russia’s new anti-gay laws

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Dunderdale joins Liberals, red tsunami continues to grow

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Former premier joins party she feels best reflects her values

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Hunger striking NunatuKavut elder calls for a unified Labrador

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As discontent over Muskrat Falls mounts in Labrador, 74-year-old Jim Learning is being detained in solitary confinement and is on day five of a hunger strike that began with his April 5 arrest. He is calling for unity among Labrador’s aboriginal groups and non-aboriginal residents.

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“Right-sizing” the public sector

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It’s time to take a look at our swelling public sector as the provincial government gets ready to deliver its budget on Tuesday.

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