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Wait now, I thought it was 2015?

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We’ve achieved gender parity in our federal cabinet, but will we see the same in N.L. following next week’s provincial election?

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Public sector jobs down 20 per cent over last two years

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In less than two years, the Newfoundland and Labrador public sector has shrunk by more than a fifth its size in late 2012. Where did all the jobs go?

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Why should every vote count?

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On Sept. 13, a group of fewer than 700 people chose our premier. Last week, New Brunswickers chose theirs. The difference here is important, and the problems of each vote illustrate the importance of voting to democracy.

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Cleanup in Aisle 12

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Frank Coleman’s sudden departure is a hot mess for the Tories

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4 simple ways #PCNL can save face

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The Progressive Conservatives have only one year left in power. Here is how they can avoid spending the next decade in the political wilderness.

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It was the best of times, it was the worst of times (all over again)

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Kathy Dunderdale’s legacy is a complex one, but one thing is clear: the PC government must dramatically shift course

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