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
Letter to the editor: Compassion by Clarenville vet and staff was appreciated
LETTER: 2020 Summer Games in Bay Roberts needs to showcase whole town
Letter to the editor: Unfortunate accident leads to kindness and generosity
Letter to the editor: Forever grateful
Under-the-table payments bad for Newfoundland and Labrador economy
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Problems with salmon licensing
LETTER: Insulted by Service Canada employee’s outburst
In November of last year, I telephoned Service Canada, as I had been instructed, to inquire into my EI claim. The first thing the person on the phone asked me for was my SIN number, followed by the first two digits of my access code. I gave her my ...
LETTER: Doctor shortage a national problem
Our doctor shortage is a national crisis, not just a provincial one. I grew up in Carbonear but reside in Victoria, B.C. My husband and I have been without a doctor for more than a year and have been on a waiting list with 2,000 other frustrated ...
LETTER: Candidates should commit to supporting local libraries
I am appealing to all candidates running for office in the Newfoundland and Labrador election to declare their support for the province’s public library system and their intention to work toward increasing the ability of local libraries to ...
LETTER: Man battling depression, anxiety encourages others to seek help
My name is Jeff Holmes and I've been suffering from depression and anxiety attacks since 1997. That year I experienced a stroke that was brought on by a complete blockage of my right carotid artery. I could have died that day, but miracles do ...
LETTER: Economic recovery promising for Marystown
This letter is in response to a Feb. 12, 2019 article posted by CBC titled “Marystown's economy is at a low point. Can this industrial town bounce back?”. This article can be found online at the following link: ...
LETTER: Balance is vital in developing farmed sea urchin resource
I am a resident of St. John’s originally from Japan, and I really love sushi. The favourite sushi item is sea urchin roe. It is great to hear that sea urchin farming is about to kick off in Newfoundland and sea urchin roe might be available ...
LETTER: Sick of all the litter
I have a riddle for you: what do a used syringe, used tampon, and a soiled diaper all have in common? Stop reading and think for a moment. Could it be they’re disgusting, or dangerous or unhygienic? Yes, but that’s not the answer ...
LETTER: Dog owners, take care
Driving Miss Daisy may be hazardous to your health. I’m a lover of pet dogs. I’ve had two best friends in my life, but unfortunately, both had to be euthanized due to incurable diseases. To this day I miss my pals but still have fond ...
LETTER: We must act like the future of the region is at stake
The Crémaillère Harbour Marine Port Development is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to revitalize and diversify the economy of the entire Great Northern Peninsula and southern Labrador. Recognizing the need for due diligence on such ...
LETTER: Questioning continuing travel disparity
Dear editor, It appears as though there is a disparity in the way we are all treated as Canadians by the Federal Government of Canada in regards to transportation links from one province to the next and on the surface it has something to do with ...