The cost of cutting carbon
Scouting to return to Parrsboro?
March 18, 1948: Hospital committee report to citizens
Wallace hosts Cedar Atlantic Chapter regular meeting
Spring has to be just around the corner!
Oxford Historical Society working on interactive map
Community cleanup set for May 5
First aid program offered in Wentworth
Casey continuing to push for better tourism signage around closed Rainbow Bridge
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Tantramar Seniors College has so much to offer
STEVE BARTLETT: Get your kids to power down their devices and turn The Corner
Russell Wangersky: Consider the source
Tragedy can be overwhelming
Russell Wangersky: After the battle’s over, a new one begins
Russell Wangersky: Let’s hope this bill passes amicably
From full service to no service
The airlines call it “flying your way.” More and more airlines are moving to the no-frills model where one pays for a seat but everything else is extra. Air Canada and Westjet, Canada's two largest carriers, have now joined the ...
VIBERT: The 40 per cent solution works for McNeil
A stubborn 40 per cent of Americans seem to stick by Donald Trump through ick and thin, and a similar-sized slice of Nova Scotians has attached itself semi-permanently to Premier Stephen McNeil’s Liberal government. When four-out-of-10 ...
VIBERT: Does arc still bend toward justice?
The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice. Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s inspiring words were adapted from a sermon by Theodore Parker, a 19th Century American Unitarian minister and abolitionist who wrote: “I ...
Russell Wangersky: The politics of marketing
Friday was a historic day for the English language. Or for the brown king crab — no, sorry, for the golden king crab. (I’ll explain.) On Friday, May 4, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) finally, grudgingly, ...
VIBERT: Premier supports marine protection, elsewhere
Nova Scotia is all for marine protected zones unless they interfere with our chances of making a buck. That’s not quite how Premier Stephen McNeil put it Friday in Moncton where he appeared before a national advisory panel that’s ...
Steve Bartlett: Globetrotters recall Bartlett
There’s a soft tap on my shoulder during the second quarter. “Dad,” my son whispers, “when are you going to play?” He’s eight and still believes his old man can do anything. Someday he’ll ...
Russell Wangersky: For the love of cod
This is not a column that will topple governments. No resignations will occur, no apologies will be forthcoming, nor is the universe likely to tip on its axis and alter all life as we know it, leaving sentient amphibians as the planet’s most ...
Russell Wangersky: Hunt for serial killer opens up new can of worms
“We have met the enemy and he is us.” — Walt Kelly’s cartoon character, Pogo I know it’s hard to argue about the privacy rights of a possible serial killer and rapist. But privacy rights are pretty much the ...
Where is the long-term care plan?
The province knows it shouldn’t put all its eggs in one basket. But, it can’t afford two. Take care for the elderly, for example. All the eggs are going into the home care basket because, the government will tell you, Nova Scotians ...
VIBERT: Living unevenly under Liberal governments
It’s a tale of two parties, and they’re both Liberal. True believers will tell you it’s the best of times, or at least not the worst of times, but there’s no doubt that the times are different under Liberal governments, ...