You know it is a real privilege to have opinions published weekly. Usually I’m not short of an opinion to foist off on the public. It allows you to speak your mind (such as it is).
This week is a real challenge though because the question being faced comes from
Last week John Crosbie reflected on Confederation and his tumultuous relationship with this province’s first premier, Joey Smallwood. In part two, Crosbie gets personal, sharing everything from what he feels is the secret to his political success to his greatest longing …
John Crosbie has had quite the political
John Crosbie has long been a force to be reckoned with. Besides his days in provincial politics where he served provincially as a cabinet minister under premiers Joey Smallwood (Liberal) and Frank Moores (Progressive Conservative), he also served in the federal cabinets of both Joe Clark and Brian Mulroney and
Rising Tide Theatre’s Revue 2017 takes audiences on Newfoundland’s wild carnival ride, with all manner of colourful characters and gut-busting foolishness
Step under the big top with Rising Tide Theatre and Revue 2017. It’s the circus that is, has been and will be Newfoundland and Labrador. From politics to
‘Fit to be tied’— party discipline and towing the party line
I’m not sure what rattled me more – the ridiculous charges levelled against me, or being stripped of my speaking privileges in the House of Commons.
Regardless, I ended up storming out of a “disciplinary meeting” held in early