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The Journal Pioneer
Russell Wangersky: When is another party one too many?
Russell Wangersky: Watching the surf clam spin
BEVAN-BAKER: Liberals governing by photo-op, not good judgement
Russell Wangersky: Governments should put the money where our mouths are
Russell Wangersky: Gig economy puts workers on shaky ground
SREBRNIK: Is America Entering a New Civil Conflict?
OPINION: More must be done to retain Islanders already here
In his guest opinion in the Guardian on Aug. 15, 2018, Minister Gallant states that numbers tell the story, highlighting that “In the last two years, 4,200 new full-time jobs have been created.” While this is certainly a good news story, ...
VIBERT: Freedom rings from Tory halls
Apparently, some Canadian Conservatives are sick and tired of apologizing for being conservative. It’s unclear exactly why they feel the need to do that, but the man who made the popular declaration at the party’s Halifax convention ...
VIBERT: Tories need to loosen Grits’ grip on region
Conservatives talk with real confidence about winning the next federal election and most concede that to do so will require at least some success in Atlantic Canada. In Halifax this week for its bi-annual national convention – the last ...
Russell Wangersky: Anti-immigration rhetoric makes no sense
Sometimes, I feel like I have to pinch myself, just to be sure I’m not in some kind of finely tuned, close-to-real-life nightmare. Listening to renegade MP Maxime Bernier foment about there being “too much diversity” and claim ...
VIBERT: Bernier casts long shadow over convention
The Prime Minister, apparently, is both an international gadfly and a virtue-signalling revival preacher on the world stage, and Canadians are suffering for it. Conservative MPs, at a policy forum kicking off the party’s national convention ...
Jim Vibert: Tories united in their contempt for Grits
One of the more difficult tasks in current Canadian politics is to define the Conservatives. The ideological wingspan of the party stretches from Red Tories who cling to the progressive traditions once promoted by leaders like Stanfield and Clark, ...
Russell Wangersky: The place that makes problems disappear
I can’t tell you for certain the first time I heard about Southdown, the Ontario treatment centre where the Catholic Church has sent troubled priests for decades. I can tell you that it was most likely in the mid-1980s, when ...
Steve Bartlett: Thinking about Fredericton
I’ve been fortunate enough to visit Fredericton. It was 10 years ago to cover the East Coast Music Awards, a hectic weekend of interviewing and photographing then rising music stars. That was hardly the toughest gig in the world, and a job ...
Russell Wangersky: Marketing magic made simple
This is a column about a three-foot piece of white cotton string and four three-inch deck screws. Oh, and a lot more, I hope, but those things for sure. First, the string. Years ago, I was getting the world’s ...
Russell Wangersky: The fragrance of rain
It’s a made-up word, like some of the best ones: petrichor. If you don’t recognize the word already, you’ll smell it the second you do. It’s the smell that comes when there’s rain after a dry spell. The ...