Tuesday, August 11, 2020
Communication efforts with Mulgrave Fire Chief Mike Breen have included efforts to curb his practice of executing spends without purchase orders, seeking payments without adequate paperwork and failure to account for the operational and regulatory status of the department.
Editor’s note: The following letter was written to education minister Zach Churchill. My name is Keira Campbell and I am a Grade 10 student at École Beau-Port, which is part of the Conseil scolaire acadien provincial (CSAP)....
Editor's note: This editorial has been edited from the published version. The family of Cassidy Bernard contends they have not been contacted by the Nova Scotia Medical Examiner's Office. The Reporter sincerely apologizes for the error.   The outpouring of support...
Twenty-seven years ago, violence erupted in Cap Auguet, near Arichat, and a tactical police squad was deployed to quell the disturbance. For many people in and around the area, this would seem like an outlandish statement. Cap...
Nova Scotia has reached a seminal period in its existence where our levels of governments (and all Nova Scotians) must work for the sustainability of its inhabitants and acknowledge that its people and wild life are variables in the equation...
In 1781 France supported the American colonies in their efforts to maintain independence from the British empire. From the beginning of the insurrection, France supplied munitions and naval power to the rebellion. Nova Scotia remained loyal...
The Melford container terminal being developed by Richie Mann and his group has the opportunity to proceed now. The two major articles in The Chronicle Herald, one by Peter Pziobrowski and the other by Bernard Smith, make it clear that...
I would like to thank all the seniors’ groups in Richmond County for their support over the last two years in trying to get affordable housing for seniors in Richmond County. I would like to thank Claire Doyle, Celeste...
StFX University issued a surprising decision recently by announcing it will welcome students back to campus in September. Even though every other post-secondary institution across Nova Scotia has announced they are moving to on-line...

Bill 75

I had a column all ready to submit tonight for the publishing deadline, but then today happened. I am sitting on my couch with my jaw hanging open. It’s no secret that I am in favour of a complete overhaul...


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