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EDITORIAL: Warming ocean, troubled waters for Atlantic Canada's fisheries
MICHAEL de ADDER CARTOON: Dec. 12, 2019
JIM VIBERT: Canadian health care is U.S. political football
LEZLIE LOWE: Halifax should match stadium money for women's sport
JOHN DeMONT: Living by the ocean helps keep us sane
LETTER: Anti-sweat lodge letter was hateful
John Ivison: It was not a question of if Andrew Scheer would leave, but when
The Conservative party’s fundraising website features the headline: Support Andrew Scheer. Party donors were probably not aware how literal that statement was. The revelation that those donations were, at least in part, paying the ...
John Ivison: Lost vote over special committee on China an embarrassment for Liberals
“Bardish never lost a vote,” whooped one uncharitable Conservative, as the opposition parties defeated the government in the first vote held in the 43rd Canadian parliament on Tuesday evening. It’s true that former Government House leader, ...
OPINION: Court case could impact universal health care
MARY BOYD GUEST OPINION The Cambie case, which is now winding up in the Supreme Court of British Columbia, could have a big impact on the future of our Canadian system of universal health care. This charter challenge by Dr. Brian ...
OPINION: Engineering deans remember and celebrate survivors
MARY WELLS AND SUZANNE KRESTA GUEST OPINION “Have you heard?” “Are you safe?” “But how could that happen?” It is astonishing how many of my female friends and colleagues remember the moments from ...
OPINION: The planet’s life-support system is at risk
Palanisamy Nagarajan Guest Opinion The end of the first two decades of a turbulent 21st century of ever-changing pace and complexity is fast approaching. What lies ahead in a period of continuing unprecedented human dominance over nature with ...
EDITORIAL: Rules can't be wishy-washy
City of Charlottetown has to clarify overnight winter parking rules and take out discretionary guesswork The City of Charlottetown has to clarify its overnight winter parking rules and take the discretionary guesswork out of the hands of residents ...
BRUCE MacKINNON CARTOON: Dec. 11, 2019
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John Ivison: When Jason Kenney speaks, Justin Trudeau would be well-advised to listen
Jason Kenney is a deft exponent of funambulism – the fine art of political tightrope walking. The Alberta premier’s high wire act requires him to be suitably outraged at Ottawa’s anti-energy policies but not so aggrieved that he incites what he ...
JOHN DeMONT: Oilman's trust puts generations of Hubbards students through university
How did Jefferson Davis Shatford, the American oilman, feel about little Hubbards, Nova Scotia? Deeply, it turns out. From everything I’ve read, Shatford made a killing after connecting with John D. Rockefeller’s Standard Oil ...
BRIAN JONES: Make a list: ‘What Muskrat Falls stole from me’
It is the season for lists. In addition to the annual Christmas gift list and wish list, and — in a few weeks’ time — the perennially hopeful list of New Year’s resolutions, Newfoundlanders should make a fourth list: ...