“The Big Reset” means higher taxes and less services for Newfoundlanders

Detailed in the report from Premier Andrew Furey’s Economic Recovery Team report is an extensive list of recommendations to reduce the debt load of the province and many of the solutions mean higher taxes for Newfoundlanders. “The most urgent task assigned by the Premier was to review the financial state of the province and recommend actions to improve the fiscal situation.”

It’s time the government rip off the bandaid that is “caring for our health”

With lockdowns causing rising mental health issues, missed cancer screenings and life-saving surgeries — it’s time we rip off the government bandaid that is “caring for our health.”

VISSER: How much are we willing to abandon for the sake of security?

Are workplace inspections becoming the movie “Pre-Crime” but with today’s COVID twist?

How much are we willing to abandon for the sake of security?

For Diverge writer Broderick Visser, It’s nothing.

Business owner gives health inspector a piece of his mind (Covid)- we’re all in this together. We’ll just all starve to death and die.”

“If we can’t work then he can’t work. This is what happens when people get desperate – I’m desperate. Who’s going to pay her car payment (pointing to Bread and Barley’s waitress who was recording the video)? Who’s going to pay my cook’s rent? I want it to be hard on everyone I want everyone to see how hard this shit is. This guy needs to know how hard it is.”

From cooking for the Queen to Canada’s coffee shop — meet Chef Tallis Voakes, the new culinary lead for Tim Hortons

Tim Hortons has a new culinary lead, let’s hope he does great things and improves the menu for customers — he definitely has the experience.

Who declares what is essential? — In Brian Pallister’s Manitoba

What you think is “non-essential” could be essential to someone else.

When a dog owner needed balloons to keep their dog’s paws warm — they were told they were “non-essential.”

While the dog owner wasn’t happy to not be able to get balloons — they reminded people to “Be nice to people.”