Wednesday, December 2, 2020
The 2013 death of Phillip Boudreau, not only divided the community of Isle Madame, it became a national media sensation, and now two projects examining the case are coming out at the same time.
It was so very encouraging that the provincial and federal governments, listened to the public, changed their minds, and decided to order a full public inquiry into the horrific events of last April in central Nova Scotia.
While it might seem contradictory that StFX’s plan to resume in-person classes was criticized, while plans by the provincial government to re-open public schools in September are receiving support, a closer examination should provide ample explanation.
It’s hard to believe that in the year 2020, and with all the challenges that it brought, there are still people who actually oppose flying a Pride Flag. A day after the 51st anniversary...
Hopefully plans by Nova Scotia’s Auditor General to find out why the provincial government has not closed Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC) outlets show that the right decision was made. In 2014, an internal...
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...
A report released last week by the Nova Scotia Federation of Municipalities (NSFM) is providing a real glimpse at how COVID-19 is affecting local municipalities. The report states that Nova Scotia’s municipalities are facing...
Local demonstrations joined the global call for change in the wake of George Floyd’s death while in police custody last month in Minnesota. On June 5, Sasha Repko and her brother Talen walked from...
As if there hasn’t been enough loss recently, the Strait area received yet another blow via the sudden, unexpected death of Silver Donald Cameron. An award-winning author, environmental activist and long-time local volunteer, Cameron...
Surely some solutions can be found to allow Grade 12 graduates to mark this special milestone. Education department communications officer JoAnn Alberstat told The Reporter officials are trying to figure out what type of...




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