Cape Breton Post
VIBERT: ‘The goodness of Nova Scotians got me through’ – Horne
VIBERT: ‘Reputation assassination’ case in the court’s hands
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Tapping into new sources of revenue generation
Interest in Kennedy may be about healing
STEVE BARTLETT: Slow down, put your phones in the trunk, and pay attention
100 Kids Who Care
We have lots of time again
How was your week with the warm and cold weather? Mine was just like every other week with dilemma after dilemma. I went to Halifax on Friday and everything went fine there. I stayed at Janet and dad’s place on Thursday night so we ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: For those who put their lives on the line
Those who launch wars, and those who direct them, often get to live full and complete lives. Those on the front lines often don’t. ...
VIBERT: Strictly-regulated legal pot environment expected
Nova Scotians thinking that next July they’ll be able to nip down to the corner pot shop whenever they want, might want to chill until they see the province’s plan. Cannabis will be legal next summer, but the rules and regulations are ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Bad manners at 30,000 feet
Forgive me for a moment as I write about something particularly close to my world this week. ...
OP-ED COLUMN: Government turning blind eye on environmentNews
By Lenore Zann Something is burning in Nova Scotia and it’s not the wheels of government turning quickly. In fact it is a question on more and more people’s minds, especially after our recent fall sitting of the legislature. The ...
VIBERT: Has the pendulum swung too far?
If you’re looking for easy answers, stay away from tough questions. That would mean staying away from medicine, where all the questions seem hard because the easy ones were answered long ago. (Had a good bleeding, lately?) The word ...
OP-ED: We need to connect in tough conversations
It’s been almost one year since Donald Trump was elected U.S. president. And for many of us Canadians we remain as bewildered today as we did a year ago. It’s common for us to mock our “American Cousins” – or a lot ...
VIBERT: Baillie’s leaving behind a big political prize
Jamie Baillie took the job no one else wanted, but will leave it as possibly the biggest prize in Nova Scotia politics. Baillie announced his intention to step down as Nova Scotia’s Progressive Conservative leader just five months after taking ...
VIBERT: New assembly feels a lot like the old
By Jim Vibert The fall session of the legislature seemed more like a glance in the rear-view mirror than a steady forward gaze. The reflection may have been hard to avoid, given the short session’s primary purpose was to pass a pre-heated ...
COLUMN: LGBTQ rights at stake in United States
The United States is digging deeper into chaos regarding the rights and protection of its LGBTQ citizens. President Donald Trump, in his dictatorial manner, had pledged his total support to evangelical and other right-wing religious organizations, in ...