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The Journal Pioneer
OPINION: Kamala Harris is already on first base
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Avalon Peninsula could find itself out in the cold
STEVE BARTLETT: Gord Downie, and the gift that lasts
PAM FRAMPTON: Garden of dreams
JIM VIBERT: Liberals hope SNC-Lavalin saga's sequel has a short run
COMMENTARY: Please hear Hong Kong’s cry for help
JIM VIBERT: Seniors want health-care bureaucrats out of the way
Some Nova Scotia seniors say the provincial government could make an immediate improvement to their health care — and the quality of their lives — by getting the health bureaucrats out of the way and letting doctors practise ...
PRAJWALA DIXIT: A wave of change is emerging in Atlantic Canada
I have lived in Atlantic Canada for nearly a decade. I arrived as a student, successfully completed my education, snagged a Nova Scotian man along the way and now we have a babbling toddler who is both Indian and Canadian! There are many times I ...
PAM FRAMPTON: Trudeau’s silence is not golden
Watching video clips of Justin Trudeau and his gender-balanced cabinet walking to Rideau Hall for their swearing in on that bright fall day — Nov. 4, 2015 — I felt uplifted. They were smiling and waving and were greeted ...
TO THE POINT: Gap between public, private sector jobs must continue to narrow on PEI
Don Mills Over the last five decades, Atlantic Canada has trailed the rest of Canada in economic growth - with a few exceptions – and there are at least two structural reasons for this weaker performance. The first is population ...
HEATHER HUYBREGTS: When your child learns the ‘F’ word
The other day, my six-year-old proclaimed, “I know the 'F' word." It was just as I was dropping him off for his first day of camp, which left me with no time to question him. Apparently, his little buddy taught him the ...
JOHN DeMONT: Cautionary tale of a fall from grace for Cyril Lunney
I spent Wednesday looking for Cyril Lunney, the long-time co-host of Halifax’s TV Breakfast Television whose smiling visage is no longer visible anywhere on the network’s website. But since his termination Friday, Lunney seems to have ...
BRIAN HODDER: Move it or lose it
As I write this column, it is the day after the 92nd Tely 10 Road Race here in St. John’s. Yesterday, I ran my 13th consecutive race and I continue to be amazed at the wide assortment of people who choose to take on this challenge each year. ...
JIM VIBERT: Liberals raise spectre of intolerant CPC
A thin red line is all that stands between Canadians and the divisive, intolerant brand of conservativism that’s taken hold in the United States, has ...
PAM FRAMPTON: Nalcor execs should share the pain
Call me naïve, but I always thought the incentive for doing good work was pretty simple. It’s called a salary. That’s not enough for the upper echelons at Nalcor, though. They need extra pay to compel them to meet ...
JIM VIBERT: Strings attached to Nova Scotia government’s compassion
Back in April, with some puffery, Health Minister Randy Delorey heralded the government’s compassion in providing travel and related funding for Nova Scotians who have to go out-of-province to receive medical care that’s not available in ...