The first thing that struck me when I met former premier Beaton Tulk was this; his size was perhaps a bit at odds with his actual personality. There was a gruff bayman side to him certainly, and the man who sat down with me at first to discus his book,
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The leader of the opposition tackles questions on 70 years of Confederation, premier’s past and the contributions of his iconic father, John Crosbie
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Rising from a
By: Ben Cleary
Twenty minutes off the Salmonier Line, in front of a quaint cabin overlooking Ron’s Pond (named after my Grandpa), three colours dance against a flagpole – pink, white and green.
The unofficial flag of Newfoundland was said to have flown at half-mast when Canada joined Newfoundland in
My own personal interest in politics in general and in Confederation specifically was thanks to one of my Grade 7 teachers, Mrs. Ella Smith.
We were doing a section on Newfoundland studies at the time and one of our assignments was to interview a Newfoundlander on something Newfoundlandish and present