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Does the Government of Nova Scotia realize that we have the beautiful village of Marble Mountain situated on the Bras d’Or Lake in Inverness County? Seems it is the forgotten village. This place is...
Two decades ago, we were approaching Y2K with many people waiting for all hell to break loose because of computers failing, planes falling from the sky, banking systems crashing, and other feared calamities due to technological errors brought on by...
Last week, the Liberal government said if Nova Scotians want to know how much they are paying for the secret Liberal ferry deal, they’d have to take the government to court. Your tax dollars pay for the deal, but the...
I have forwarded this note to the leadership of Cape Breton Island’s municipalities and First Nations. It is encouraging to see discussions recently with respect to Cape Breton’s municipal and First Nation leaders calling...
It has been a very long 15 months as we all live through a once-in-a-lifetime public health crisis. As we’ve seen in recent days, COVID-19 still has its grip on our province and with...
Nova Scotia’s teachers went on strike recently for the first time in history. Students did not sit in class, but they learned one of the most valuable lessons of their lives – democracy in action. Many in my generation grew...
Are Canadians being intentionally misled and being kept uninformed by their governments? For example, are the equalization transfers and the healthcare transfers being manipulated by governments for future outcomes that are not in the best interest of...
I am writing this letter in response to the article “New Dawn Pushes for new immigration strategy” which appeared in the November 15 edition of The Reporter. I read your article to my childhood sweetheart of 56 years. Christina didn’t...
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...
We are all familiar with hospital Emergency Room closures, and as weeks and months go by, we are witnessing more and more ER closures for longer periods of time. The reason given is a shortage of doctors.




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