Englee native celebrates 25 years since life-saving heart and ...
DRIVEN: 2019 Volkswagen Jetta GLi all about sport
AUTO ADVICE: Code reader not working, truck loses power
Ches Crosbie wants AG called in on wetland capping
Raleigh teen wins top cadet award at Greenwood camp
Happy Valley-Goose Bay SPCA enters crisis mode
Grand Falls-Windsor native Kacie Callahan preparing her first record
NICHOLAS MERCER: You’re always welcome at the South Coast Arts Festival
Gander looking at options for displaying 9/11 steel more prominently
The Labrador Voice
STEVE BARTLETT: Gord Downie, and the gift that lasts
COMMENTARY: Please hear Hong Kong’s cry for help
BOOK ReMARKS: Even Weirder Than Before
NICHOLAS MERCER: Remembering a moment at Shawndaithit Centennial Field
DEREK MONTAGUE: The Labrador Canoe Regatta is worth reviving
STEVE BARTLETT: Check the source before believing what you read
LETTER: 2020 Summer Games in Bay Roberts needs to showcase whole town
The Newfoundland and Labrador Summer Games will be staged next year and the town of Bay Roberts is getting ready to showcase their town to the rest of the province. They're sprucing things up and hoping they do a respectful job in representing ...
BRIAN LILLEY: Electric vehicle sales slump one year after subsidy cut
Electric vehicle sales took a sharp tumble in Ontario when the Ford government cancelled subsidies for the high-end cars a year ago. Fresh off their election win, the PCs said there was no sense in subsidizing vehicles for wealthy people that ...
Letter to the editor: Unfortunate accident leads to kindness and generosity
Dear Editor, On June 5, 2019, the three of us were involved in a rollover accident on highway 210 (Burin Peninsula). We came from Ontario to see the beautiful vistas, icebergs, puffins and moose. Unfortunately, we didn’t get to ...
Letter to the editor: Forever grateful
Dear editor, On June 9, 2019, here in Clarenville we held our 15th annual Walk to End ALS. It was another success due to the many participants, individual donors, and the businesses and organizations that made great ...
BOOK ReMARKS: One Brave Boy and His Cat
The first thought my noggin offered as I sized up the cover of One Brave Boy and His Cat [Pennywell Books] was wrong. The masked faces of both boy and cat triggered images of cartoon characters I hadn’t thought about since sometime in the ...
BRIAN LILLEY: Trudeau's promise to replace fighter jets is far over the horizon
The announcement from the Trudeau Liberals was bold but false; “the government is acquiring 88 advanced fighter jets.” No we’re not, actually — all the government did on Tuesday was announce the start of a new process to ...
CHRISTINA BLIZZARD: Boris Johnson controversial, but no buffoon
The first thing you need to know about Boris Johnson is that he is NOT a buffoon. Colourful, yes; controversial, absolutely. But comparisons to U.S. President Donald Trump and even former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford don’t hold water. Alexander ...
JIM VIBERT: Liberal secrets in Alton Gas briefs getting expensive
The second best question about the provincial government’s legal war with Alex Cameron is: How much are those high-flying Toronto lawyers the Liberals hired costing Nova Scotia’s long-suffering taxpayers? The best question ...
PAT CULLEN: Dental program needs more money
“There are no plans to make further changes to Newfoundland and Labrador’s Adult Dental Program,” the July 5 statement from the Department of Health reads. The statement is disappointing, short-sighted and brutal in its clarity. ...
Under-the-table payments bad for Newfoundland and Labrador economy
An old adage says, "There's only two things you have to do in life – pay taxes and die." Well, I know a few people that don't heed that saying. Do you know anyone who sells their wares or services for cash only with no ...