Tell me lies, tell me sweet little lies, might be a line from a Fleetwood Mac song, but it’s also how I’m feeling as we dive head first into election season.
We all know the punchline to the joke that asks: how do you know a politician’s lying? Well, his
The leader of the opposition tackles questions on 70 years of Confederation, premier’s past and the contributions of his iconic father, John Crosbie
Ahead of the 2019 provincial election, Opposition Leader Ches Crosbie caught up with The Herald during our commemorative 70th anniversary of Confederation issue.
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