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  • Two local papers become one

    The time is right. Sometimes change is good, and the time has never been better for Cumberland County’s two weekly newspapers to merge ...

  • Will majority government help this riding?

    For once, we can’t say a federal election provided no surprises. The polls were varied and hard to read going in to the May 2 vote, but ...

  • No rush on wilderness areas

    Governments of all levels are often criticized for taking too long to study an issue before making a decision, and the issue of the ...

  • Vote mobs an encouraging sign

    In the middle of a humdrum federal election campaign, we can thank groups of university students in various parts of the country for ...

  • Coalition may be the only option

    Trying to pick a winner or a loser from Tuesday night's federal leaders' debate is not a clearcut business. None offered any "wow" ...

  • More needed to stop bullying

    Tom Brown buried his daughter Sunday in Parrsboro. Pam Murchison did the same in Great Village in January. Both were teens, both were ...

  • Time for a walk to the hospital

    Cumberland County Warden Keith Hunter thinks it is needed, but the county has no interest in paying for it. Cumberland North MLA Brian ...

  • Higher N.B. prices offer small relief

    New Brunswick decided this week to raise taxes on such items as cigarettes and gasoline, bringing small relief to those retailers ...

  • Green projects vs Alberta oil

    Cumberland-Colchester-Musquodoboit Valley MP Scott Armstrong told the Amherst Rotary Club recently that the northern region of Nova ...

  • TV listings have returned

    You told us and we listened. After a two-week absence, the weekly TV listings are back in the Citizen, after many readers let us know how ...