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  • Following through on the sanctuary

    During the recent byelection campaign in Cumberland South, Progressive Conservative leader and candidate Jamie Baillie promised to take a stand ...

  • Where is our statesman?

    A small, 176-word press release from the prime minister’s office this week showed exactly why Stephen Harper has been mired in minority ...

  • Endless bickering must stop

    Pugwash’s village commission finds itself under siege once again from a group of residents who remain upset they aren’t getting the same ...

  • Defining our role in Afghanistan

    The Canadian government’s decision to keep troops in Afghanistan for three more years past the previous deadline of 2011 appears to make ...

  • Nov. 11 more than a day off

    November 11 may be a day off work for many of us, but it is not a holiday. Remembrance Day is a solemn occasion to admire, respect and honour ...

  • Seasonal workers deserve better

    The federal government may have temporarily eased the worries of many seasonal workers in the region by extending EI pilot programs that, among ...

  • Baillie’s work is just beginning

    Jamie Baillie’s relatively easy victory in the Cumberland South byelection tells us a few things. First, voters were not as concerned by the ...

  • New museum an example of co-operative tourism

    It has been said a lot over the years, but there has seldom been a lot of action to back up the words. As the local tourism industry fights to ...

  • County needs one Junior C team

    It seems the rivalry between the Oxford Colts and the Fundy Phantoms exists more off the ice than it does on. Both seem to think there ...

  • No debate for Cumberland South?

    For the second time in barely a year, voters in Cumberland South are heading to the polls, and for the second straight time it appears ...