Labrador had three premiers in a single year-- three and a half, if you count
Frank Coleman. An elected politician broke down crying on live radio. In less
than eighteen months, the Official Opposition went from six to sixteen members.
For Canada's easternmost province, the lead-up to the 2015 general election was
the most turbulent time for politics in at least a generation, and Telegram
reporter James McLeod had a front row seat for the whole strange spectacle. As
the political reporter for Newfoundland and Labrador's largest daily newspaper,
McLeod was there for all the big moments and interviewed all the key players.
In Turmoil, As Usual, McLeod gives an inside look and an unvarnished account of
the people, the strategy, the gaffes and the farce that make up Newfoundland