Monday, October 15, 2018
As if waiting in traffic for two hours in sweltering late summer heat isn’t enough, motorists were further insulted when officials responsible for the delay pointed fingers rather than taking responsibility. After a number of lengthy delays at the Canso...
The federal government was wrong to reverse the awarding of a quota for Arctic surf clam to a First Nations bid that involved a local company. Last February, it was announced by then fisheries minister Dominic LeBlanc the department would...
In the August 29 edition, The Reporter is publishing a four-page spread looking into the legalization of cannabis across Canada on October 17. In addition to an article from The Reporter detailing the challenges to policing presented by legalization –...
It might sound crazy, but when you compare cocaine to some of the product circulating rural Nova Scotia, coke is the healthier option. Let’s be clear: cocaine is still an extremely dangerous drug. The substance contributes to strokes and heart...
Hard work. There’s just no substitution for it. And, as a result of hard work, a family business in Antigonish is looking to double its workforce from 25 people to 50. Of course, for the Hadhad family, the value of...
Approximately 1,027 athletes from across the country visited the local area last week to participate in the Special Olympics Canada 2018 Summer Games. The opening ceremonies took place on July 31 at the Keating Millennium Center, and athletic events took...
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently announced a federal government investment of $90 million to twin a 38-kilometre section of Highway 104 between Sutherland’s River and Antigonish. The Prime Minister said the work on Highway 104 is about improving safety, creating...
It was a good week at The Reporter. Last week, staff here received word regarding at the Canadian Community Newspaper Awards (CCNA). As the name suggests, the annual awards event celebrates the best in English and French-language community newspapers across...
October 27 will be a big day for Progressive Conservatives in the province as the party’s leadership convention will be held in Halifax. The convention will see a new leader of the party elected, as five candidates are vying...
News out of the parole hearing for Dwayne Matthew Samson drove home an aspect of this terrible story that makes it all the more disturbing. On June 12, the Parole Board of Canada (PBC) granted Samson day parole, with leave...
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