Employee in Pictou robbed at knife point in parking lot
Premier McNeil responds to MLAs' letter about Northern Pulp controversy
Minor flooding in Blue Acres
Lack of public consultation ahead of Northern Pulp’s submission of ...
Northern Pulp, Part 1: Successive governments signed away Nova Scotia ...
New Glasgow man pulls fake gun during arrest on child porn charges
LETTER: So many to thank
LETTER: Respect and compassion in uncertain times
Scott Brison’s open letter to the people of Kings-Hants
OPINION: No pipe in the Strait - Why paper mill’s effluent pipe issue is so important to Prince Edward Island fishers
LETTER: Unhappy with radio station changes
Would federal assessment satisfy?
LETTER: PQ Properties Ltd. issues statement in relation to nail gun incident
Statement of PQ Properties Ltd. Concerning September 19th, 2018 Workplace Incident Involving Mr. Nhlanhla Dlamini In response to the recent media coverage PQ Properties Ltd. wishes to make the following statement: We have been advised ...
LETTER: Mother of man injured in nail gun incident wants apology
Firstly, on behalf of my family we would like to thank the many individuals from Pictou County, around the province and across the nation who have expressed their empathy to us in light of the incident in which our son, Nhlanhla Dlamini, was shot ...
LETTER: Aberdeen Walk-In Clinic to resume with limited hours
To the People of Pictou County, We would like to thank the people of Pictou County including those who attended the rally on August 6th, media, colleagues, local MLAs, the staff and physicians of the walk-in clinic, and those individuals who ...
Actions of new PC leader must be transparent and in best interest of all
I am writing this letter with great disappointment. As a Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative, I have been most interested in the current campaign for a new leader for our party. The candidates who stepped forward all have strong point and plans ...
Say “No” to Ottawa’s tax changes
To the Editor: It’s time your provincial government stood up for family businesses, including doctors, and opted out of the federal government’s tax grab against them. Often, when I ask small business owners what they want from ...
The law must take control, not the church
To the Editor: The law, not the Roman Catholic Church, must step in to take the pedophiles within the church to task for their criminal activities towards children, boys and girls. The law is clear regarding these matters and Pope Francis, ...
Boondoggles should make us apprehensive
To the editor: Nova Scotia has a long history of squandering tax money on misguided projects from the $60 million spent on the Daewoo Wind Power Plant to $3 billion spent on Sydney Steel. Another such proposal is presently being advocated ...
Kudos to all who helped with games
To the editor: Last week I had the privilege of accompanying many Ontario athletes, as a swim coach, to the Special Olympics National Summer Games in Antigonish. Well none of us were disappointed! The organization, the hospitality and the ...
MP SEAN FRASER: Federal Investments in Mental Health and In-Home Care will Reduce Strain on System
One of the challenging parts of serving as a federal representative in Nova Scotia is hearing the difficulty that so many constituents experience with our health care system, knowing that a separate level of government is responsible for the ...
In-home care program is the answer
We all know someone impacted by a chronic illness such as COPD, diabetes, obesity or arthritis. Often this means repeated trips to the doctor’s office, emergency room or, worst case, nights in the hospital. As a province, we are already ...