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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...
Tourism is a thriving industry in Nova Scotia. We attract millions of travelers annually, who spend money to eat our east-coast cuisine and to stay at our local hotels. But, every year, thousands of jobs in...
We care deeply about community. In recent days, we been inspired by the rise of community spirit as we collectively support our fellow citizens from a distance. Our publications, reporters and editors are working tirelessly to...
I would like to thank Nicole Fawcett for highlighting in her opinion piece (July 3) about phone service that Fibre Optic does not work during power outages.  We just switched and are very happy...
I consider myself privileged to have been able to participate, from an early age, in sport (mainly baseball and hockey) as it has taught me important life lessons. The current Covid-19 reality is offering me a...
A smart meter was put on my house on 2014 and we have seen a constant increase in our bills. Our house was mostly empty two-years-ago during the winter and the bill was about...
Mr. Premier - we wanted to be part of the solution. I watched Premier McNeil on T.V. announcing his departure and again offering a few statements on how the union leaders in N.S. need...
Many of us are attempting to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic as it moves into its year-two existence and third-wave status. Vaccines are more readily available for those who want to receive them, albeit with increasing controversy...
Canadian citizens are the only people who should be allowed to decide the results of our elections. But thanks to a loophole in Canada’s election laws, foreign money is pouring into third-party advocacy groups here in Canada. And these organizations...
At the outset of the #MeToo era, the slogan “Believe women” became a rallying cry for the movement and was used as a tool to challenge victim-blaming attitudes and to engage wider audiences in conversations about gender-based...




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