Shawnadithit opera explores the deeper story of last-known Beothuk woman
SLIDESHOW: Special Olympics Canada 2018 Summer Games open July 31 in Antigonish
SLIDESHOW: Tewksbury - Special Olympics ‘truly changes peoples’ lives’
Fogo Island geologist-in-residence engages tourists and locals in geology of the region
Blame those pesky birds
Talking with Tourists: Still not a Newfoundlander
Spaniard’s Bay council denies homeowner’s request to compensate for basement sewer backup
Due to abundance of capelin this summer, harvester and union director hope ...
N.L. government thaws iceberg tax
Letter: Western Brook Pond will never be the same
Letter: Nalcor failing to consult with Mekap’sk Mi’kmaq
LETTER: Baseball players shut out of tournament
Letter: Where there’s a will, there’s a plastic bag-free way
Letter: Time for N.L. MPs to speak up on surf clams
Letter: We simply can’t afford to pay more for power
Letter: Unsettling to watch scallop dragger damage
Recently, while visiting our small cottage in Mount Carmel off Salmonier Arm, I noticed a small scallop dragger in the process of dragging for scallops. I don’t know if any of your readers, while scarfing down these maritime delicacies, have ...
Letter: Sneaky second wave of Vikings invading N.L.
Haven’t we been through this already? Splitting Phase 1 (hatchery) from Phase 2 (open-net pens) is a violation of the Environment Act and is the definition of project splitting. Did Marine Harvest not get the memo? Government quite correctly ...
Letter: Some advice for the new Fisheries and Oceans minister
I’d like to welcome Jonathan Wilkinson to his new post as Minister of Fisheries and Oceans. The fishery department, not the coast guard, he has inherited is a monstrosity of policy and regulations of which very little have to do with ...
Letter: Mesmerized by the Trump show
Tiger Woods is still making his comeback, Elon Musk is still saying silly things, Alex Trebec still presides over Jeopardy, losing weight Is still a preoccupation for many, and Princess Markle continues to chafe at royal protocols. I see Miley and ...
Letter: Another nail in the coffin of the N.L. fishery
This is in response to a letter published in the Telegram June 30 by Premier Dwight Ball titled “PC’s ill-informed on Trade Matters,” where he states “I am amazed that the PC Finance critic, Keith Hutchings, is so ill-informed ...
Letter: Advocating for seniors’ rights in N.L.
Advocates for Senior Citizens’ Rights would like to inform everyone of Newfoundland and Labrador that there will be a petition circulated to every community possible in our province. We need all your signatures. “We will petition the ...
Letter: Ignore cod sentinel data at our peril
Twenty-three years ago, I helped lead a team that designed and implemented the cod sentinel inshore survey on Northern Cod (Southern Avalon, North East Coast and Labrador). The status of Northern Cod has been much in the news lately ...
Letter: Research needed into 'holy' marijuana oil
Some men, including Biochemist Dennis Hill, claim they were able to cure themselves of advanced prostate cancer using an oil extracted from the marijuana plant. Hill kept a diary during his surprisingly short battle with cancer. He also gave a ...
LETTER: What is in a name?
Dear Editor: Some time ago, Gary Kean, a reporter at the Western Star, wrote an article regarding the origin of the name “Corner Brook” and asked if any person had information regarding the origin of the name. Also, the Bay of Islands ...
LETTER: Marijuana shouldn't be legal
May I give the public a few reasons why marijuana shouldn’t be legal. I suppose it’s too late to halt now thanks to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. I was reading about a 15-year-old girl who was already hooked on marijuana, telling her ...