Iceberg watch in Fleur de Lys
Baie Verte man facing kidnapping charges in Alberta
Baie Verte’s Wilma Hennebury has donated 30 quilts to Ronald McDonald House
Julie Coombs of Springdale receives High School Volunteer Award
Springdale's Mikayla Tuck recognized for leadership and contributions to school and community
Celebrating Canada Day in Baie Verte
Springdale celebrates Canada Day
Former high school a good fit for Baie Verte community centre: consultant
New Beaver Scout Colony coming to Baie Verte this September
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Letter: A suggestion on Muskrat Falls
LETTER: Legalization of marijuana does not start a Canadian downfall
Letter: The ‘super wicked problem’ of Atlantic salmon decline
LETTER: A belated thank you for Gander
Letter: What’s the plan for N.L.’s electricity rate mitigation?
Letter: Open dialogue approach needed in N.L. mental-health system
Letter: The N.L. cod fishery is worth the effort
On June 15-16, I attended the Liberal Convention in Gander at a cost of $600 (of my own money). The purpose was to present a call for inquiry into what caused the collapse in our cod fishery in 1990 and to hopefully plan a way to rebuild it for ...
LETTER: Balancing the needs of children with requirements of due process
Dear editor: Russell Wangersky objected in his June 18 column to U.S. Attorney Jeff Sessions having quoted Scripture to justify “separating children from their parents and locking them up in detention camps.” It seems that Mr. Sessions ...
LETTER: Liberal party in need of nobility
Dear editor: It makes sense that the Liberal Party of Newfoundland and Labrador, given the reasons it cited at its recent convention, would not want to retain our province’s current coat of arms. It does not make sense, given the reasons ...
Letter: ASF is saving our salmon
May 24th, a great day for trout fishing in this province, was also a wonderful day for wild Atlantic salmon. That day, the Atlantic Salmon Federation (ASF) announced they and the North Atlantic Salmon Fund (NASF) have successfully negotiated a ...
Letter: Exploding seal population must be addressed
They say a picture is worth a thousand words here are just a few pictures taken by some people who live near or are always on the ocean every day that suitable. They, like me, can read the ocean. Right now the ocean is crying out for help from the ...
LETTER: Cost of hydro is a great concern
A version of this letter has been sent to the prime minister of Canada. Recently there was a lot of controversy regarding the oil pipeline that transports oil from Alberta to Ebbtide, B.C. There are protests from indigenous people and the ...
Letter: Auto insurance reforms should be about people not things
It’s time to have an open discussion about what the insurance industry is proposing in this province. The government’s recently announced auto-insurance review provides an opportunity to bring positive changes to ensure a fair, ...
Letter to the Editor: Ban the bag
Dear Editor, Stan (Stan’s Stance, May 28 edition of the Labradorian, ‘To Ban or Not?’) is right: if you’re taking plastic bags from the grocery store, you’re part of the problem too. To say the plastic bag problem is ...
Letter: Salmon counting fences not accurate in Labrador
For the last 40 years or more the traditional salmon anglers have been brainwashed to think that retaining a large salmon will be bad for a river yet there has never been a river destroyed by salmon angling, be it traditional or catch and release. ...
Time to forego irresponsible, prejudiced rhetoric about Grenfell Campus
Just recently I found myself catching up on my editorial reading and noticed Russell Wangersky’s editorial of May 14. I noted the slightly ironic and righteous tone that passes for journalistic style these days. Don’t get me wrong, I like ...