STEVE MAXWELL: Snow clearing; water line thermostats and making ...
PRAJWALA DIXIT: Plus-sized and real
Mooseheads grind out 2-1 shootout win over Tigres
More to plastics story than just checkout bags
ROBIN SHORT: Instead of recycling, NHL should mine new coaching talent
Amherst native creates video tribute to his father
End of an era for Sobeys single-use plastic bags
Detering illegal dumping in the CBRM
CBRM delays Baille Ard coaltion council presentation
South Shore Breaker
Trudeau's beard has been trumping valid news
P.E.I. natives Turk Gallant, Mike Kelly fired by NHL's Vegas Golden Knights
EDITORIAL: PUB fare
JIM GUY: Challenges aplenty facing Cape Breton Regional Municipality
BRIAN HODDER: Lack of action, regulation on vaping creating dangerous situation for Canadian teens
LETTER: Reinstate Robin Wilber to Nova Scotia's forestry transition committee
JIM VIBERT: ‘Rona watch’ still on in federal Conservative leadership race
The Conservative Party of Canada is setting a high bar for potential leadership candidates, but the decision of one woman will have as much – maybe more – of an impact on the size of the field as the steep entrance fee or the required ...
JIM VIBERT: ‘Critical narrative’ in health system is news
It should go without saying, but apparently it doesn’t so here goes. In the vast majority of cases, Nova Scotia’s health system works, and usually quite admirably. It should go without saying because that’s what it’s ...
LETTER: Pulp problems for Nova Scotians
Effluent still effluent I am writing to alert readers to two important errors in the Jan. 4 article, “Northern Pulp considering hot idle option.” The errors appear to come from statements made by Robin Wilber of Elmsdale ...
JOHN DeMONT: Being a nervous flyer isn't the only reason to think that flying sucks
When I heard the other day that colleague Eric Wynne was on the WestJet flight that slid off the runway into the grass at Stanfield International Airport my first reaction was, naturally, concern that he and the other passenger and crew were ...
EDITORIAL: Time keeps on ticking as Canadian justice system slows down
Well, it was a nice Christmas Eve present for one Torontonian facing drug and weapon charges. But it’s also a clear sign of lingering problems in Canada’s justice system. In a decision released on Dec. 24, Ontario Court of Justice ...
LETTER: Staying power critical for climate change
Thank you to Lezlie Lowe for her very well written and poignant Jan. 3 column, “To combat climate crisis, we need a new total war.” I can't wait to read her book. The differences between the Second World War era and now, ...
PRAJWALA DIXIT: Controversial Indian laws have a divisive effect on the South Asian Community in St. John’s
India is complex. For eons, the subcontinent has been a coveted prize, eagerly and greedily sought by empires small and big. The region has seen a seismic shift over time, gradually turning into an intricate concoction of variegated languages, foods, ...
LETTER: You say potato, I say huh?
I recently read in your paper about potatoes rising in price. It said that last year the average price of 10lbs of potatoes across Canada was $8.11 and this year it was $9.77. The highest I can recall potatoes ever being here in Newfoundland was ...
EDITORIAL: Cheers & Jeers Jan. 6
Jeers: to going backwards on energy efficiency. For years, energy efficiency has been part of the selling point for everything from cars to refrigerators. But advances in internet technology — and the huge data farms that storage and shift ...
LETTER: In dark over park development
Re: “Golf developer threatens Owls Head park” (Dec. 30 Reader’s Corner). Along with Dusan Soudek, we are shocked, dismayed and incredulous that the status of this park reserve could be changed in such a sneaky and underhanded way! ...