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  • Too spend or not is hot question

    Talk of some sort of stimulus for the economy has become a mantra across the country and demands are being made for such action. At the same ...

  • It was just a matter of time

    Vowing to end political party funding in its financial update, the Steven Harper Conservative government drew fire from Opposition leaders ...

  • A monkeys uncle

    For the first time in a long while the cigarette and liquor industries are going toe-to-toe, taking swipes offhandedly to pass blame on each ...

  • Dusting off the toll highway debate

    Opposition Leader Darrell Dexter hit a nerve this week when he challenged the government to buy out the Cobequid Pass toll highway agreement. In ...

  • Touched by a pomegranate

    It seems promoters of Nova Scotia just can't help but try to reinvent the wheel. In its most recent bout of advertising the province is ...

  • ATV riders get bad rap

    The use of all-terrain vehicles has come under fire once again, as some people in St. Margaret's Bay area went to the media to complain about ...

  • On this eve of tragedy

    The Bump of 1958 was a footnote in my life. Born several generations after the event, mining in Springhill, to me, was as real as the tooth ...

  • That was then, this is now

    Today is a new day and there is now a new government in Canada. As of press time we can't predict who will be in charge on Wednesday or what the ...

  • The crimes we dont see

    Sentenced to a total fine of $1,852,180, a Quebec man has exemplified why crime doesn't pay and that it is easy to assume our court system is ...

  • Youth crime crackdown

    On Oct. 12, 2004 a young offender named Archie Billard was speeding through the streets of Halifax in a stolen car, followed closely by police. ...