Lake Melville is being watched closely by all three major political parties, who see potential opportunity against independent incumbent Perry Trimper.
Voters do not have the ability to give properly informed consent so far in the 2021 election. That’s a major problem.
Find out where candidates stand on issues including the province’s changing demographics, paths forward for its troubled economy, climate change, and more.
“The one thing citizens deserve is a more honest assessment of what the future in the province holds, and what each of these parties would do differently.”
With so much so much at stake, shrouded in so much secrecy, spread out across unruly social media platforms, chaos reigns over the coming campaign.
“I made a commitment to my people and I’m going to live and die with that commitment. I’m going to represent my people.”
An Inquiry is too important to be dragged into partisan bickering.
With election campaigns officially and unofficially in full swing, voters are bearing witness to a multitude of promises from politicians. We’re also seeing a rising number of disingenuous statements, some bordering on the laughable.
In an era of never before seen wealth, they mismanaged our coffers and squandered our nest egg of oil revenues. Now the PC Government is deferring needed social infrastructure because, they say, we have no money.
No one likes it when taxes go up, but sometimes it’s for the best.
Years of unaffordable tax breaks for rich people have contributed to a yawning budget deficit. It’s time to reverse course.
Memorial’s strategic investments in Arctic oil pose environmental risks in the region and to the planet
Governing-by-panic is bad public policy
Observations on galactic-scale farce
Why individual and government debts are different in a very important way
Three major decisions this week to ban fracking in New York, New Brunswick and Quebec indicate what some say could be the beginning of the end for fracking in Canada and the United States
Five men—some with ties to big oil—have been appointed by a government that is heavily dependent on the fossil fuel industry and previously denied the need for an external review
In a country characterized by increasingly confrontational labour relations, an unlikely story of cooperation and negotiation emerges. Are there lessons in the experience for the rest of the country?
Groups launch Community Coalition for Mental Health in St. John’s, call for government action and a strategy to deal with province’s mental health crisis
Premier Paul Davis’ recent appointment of Judy Manning as Minister of Public Safety has sparked a healthy public discussion about parliamentary procedure and the mechanics of our democracy. It has also demonstrated just how little either of those things are actually understood.