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Your Vote Is Your Consent

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I am talking to teenagers about consent. In the courthouse alongside, Chantel John’s mother suffers through a slew of new charges against her daughter’s accused murderer. Newfoundland and Labrador is attempting to hold this man accountable. Though in the land of Mary March, it is difficult indeed to ignore the violent colonial locomotion that blasts through us regardless of our objection or intent. I hike round a river named for these exploits. It is beautiful big birch country. The water is surging fast-forward with the spring breakup in full-on yellow flop where new-wet meets rock-face. The running signage recounts a tragic tale taught to us via elementary school readers. A Beothuk woman resisting capture exposes herself to her aggressors. The courts of the day rule there was no malice in her kidnapping or her husband’s death during the abduction. Their baby died, too. We are always told she revealed her…

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May Day from Central

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Art by Philippa Jones.

I drive by a gas bar named for some other Megan and wonder if all her dreams came true. Traveling thoughts can take reckless turns when you’re headed westward on Newfoundland’s Trans Canada. Highway 1. Ground zero for colonialism where signage along the roadside declares that those who ruled at the starting hour of their agreed upon clock continue to do so today. And I wonder if the merchant still got me round the neck. As I pass blue and red squares proclaiming the hopeful inheritors of our little bit of earth, I feel the merchant’s hand tightening. Not that they refer to themselves as merchants anymore. The comms department sorted that before we even knew there was a comms department. They call themselves all kinds of generous, extravagant things now to confuse us. But a collar by another name is still a collar. My field of view is foggy…

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Why we chose ducks

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Ducks can be a wonderful addition to your backyard homestead, providing you with a source of delicious eggs, hilarious entertainment and garden insect pest control

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Harvesting help

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Raising children in a rural community can be extremely rewarding

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The Future of Outport Newfoundland: The Necessity of Embracing Change

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Guest blogger Gregory Fudge submits his point of view on the fate of rural Newfoundland and Labrador

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Potential second fluorspar operation in St. Lawrence?

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Newfoundland Fluorspar Exploration Ltd., or NewFluorEx, began a three-week diamond drilling program in the community last week. Company President Alex Harris indicated NewFluorEx’s property is immediately north of Canada Fluorspar’s site. He said there’s a good chance the large Tarefare Vein, which Canada Fluorspar will mine, extends onto NewFluorEx’s adjacent land. The Mount Margaret Vein is also located on his company’s property – a deposit he said is the biggest in the region that’s never been mined. Mr. Harris indicated the St. Lawrence drilling program is the result of more than two years of homework, planning and preparations to get to this point. “We’re a long way from any production decision or anything, but five years down the road we might have enough to go with.” Source: The Northern Pen

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NL to become major gateway for satellite broadband

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A multi-million dollar investment from Xplornet in cutting-edge ground station technology will provide a high speed link to the Internet for a next generation, or 4G, high throughput satellite that will supply broadband for rural Canadians across the country. Xplornet says that satellite is the key to unlocking access to real broadband for rural Canadians, and ground stations like the one in St. John’s provide the terrestrial link for the high-capacity signal the satellites will receive and transmit. Xplornet’s first 4G satellite will be launched in September of this year, and the service will be commercially available before year’s end. Source: PR Newswire

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