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Editor’s note: The identity of the author of this Letter to the Editor has been confirmed but withheld for privacy reasons. I purchased a fraudulent inspection sticker thinking it would buy me time to save money to do the needed...
I always like to remind myself that the most honourable people of all are not those who never make mistakes, but those who admit to them when they do, and then move on and do their best to right...
The plans for Destination Reeves Street involve many different aspects. I agree with almost all of them, including the facade program, the reduction of entrances/exits along the street, the Active Transportation Link to the NSCC and beautification initiatives. The one...
Editor’s note: The following letter was written to the Minister of Municipal Affairs, Chuck Porter. Dear Mr. Porter, As a citizen of Richmond County, I have serious concerns regarding the recent actions of three...
Editor’s note: The following letter was written to Chuck Porter, Minister of Municipal Affairs. Dear Minister Porter, In December of 2006, then Education Minister, Karen Casey, used her authority under the Education Act to...
In 1758, Nova Scotia was the first representative government in British North America. In 1784, New Brunswick, PEI and Cape Breton Island were granted status as British colonies. In 1820, Nova Scotia circumvented the Royal Charter and administratively annexed...
It was with profound shock and disappointment that I learned of the choice by the Municipality of the County of Richmond to reverse a decision of the Committee-of-the-Whole of December 14, 2016, to provide interim funding to support the...
Recently I have read articles in the provincial media concerning the Port of Halifax’s inability to handle and store cargo from the ships that are extremely large. Suggestions have been made to develop the Dartmouth side of the harbour. Has...
I wish to comment on the story about Richmond County wanting a mayoralty system. Interesting how the present warden is so anxious for this higher paying stint and with more or less total power for the entire county to boot.
Some readers may recall reading my letter from a few years ago and published in newspapers throughout Nova Scotia concerning a ban proposed by the legions in Richmond County and elsewhere across Cape Breton Island, about the removal of...
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