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  • Changing the face of ERs

    When the NDP government pledged to keep emergency rooms open across Nova Scotia, it seemed like a lofty proposition, considering the ...

  • To cancel school, or not to cancel?

    As has been reported, the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board is considering keeping schools open for students and staff after canceling bus ...

  • The real benefit of an election

    Federal parliament just resumed this week, the budget is almost two months away, and election speculation has already grown tiresome. In ...

  • Challenger, 25 years later

    Twenty-five years later, the images are no less horrifying. People around the world watched as seven astronauts met their death in the explosion ...

  • Get with the program, Amherst

    It seems nothing riles up Cumberland County, especially our municipal politicians, like good old-fashioned trash talk. You can raise our ...

  • What to make of cabinet shuffle?

    To call Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s mini cabinet shuffle this week a minor event is a bit of an understatement. The majority of ...

  • Citizen awards handed out

    It’s that time of year again, when we pack away our Christmas trees and stockings, dust of our New Year’s party hats, and hand out the ...

  • 2010 Year in Review

    JANUARY It is, apparently, an experience hard to explain, but worth repeating. Eight brave souls took part in the 2010 polar bear dip in the ...

  • Year in Review - Parrsboro Area

    JANUARY After another year of ups and downs for Parrsboro, new mayor Lois Smith sat down for a year-end interview with the Citizen, speaking on ...

  • That spirit of Christmas

    “Christmas is the time of year for being with the ones we love. Sharing so much joy and cheer... what a wonderful feeling.” Those words belong ...