Theatre Antigonish to stage production of Late Company
Pictou County connections getting set for world women’s hockey ...
Scotians part ways with coach Mike Stewart
More buildings to be demolished at former DSTN site
Deportation decision for Texas homicide suspect to be made in February
Supporters rally for Cape Breton doctor under fire for inappropriate ...
EDITORIAL: Have your say on medical assistance in dying
LETTER: Keeping Nova Scotia kids waiting in the cold for medical attention
LETTER: Tolls can work well for Nova Scotia
LETTER: Salt-truck road hazard
LETTER: Air war heats up in Port Williams
LETTERS: Halifax police, store wrong in racial profiling incident
PRAJWALA DIXIT: Plus-sized and real
Women’s weight - and all other pertaining facets - form a multi-billion-dollar industry, a fact that is a stark reality for self-identified plus-sized women like Adrianna Harris and Laura Bradley. Harris, recently, felt the warmth of ...
P.E.I. natives Turk Gallant, Mike Kelly fired by NHL's Vegas Golden Knights
Columnist Fred (Fiddler) MacDonald couldn’t believe Wednesday’s news. Summerside’s Gerard (Turk) Gallant and his loyal assistant coach Mike Kelly, who grew up in Shamrock and lives in Cornwall during the off-season, had been ...
EDITORIAL: PUB fare
Thousands of pages of documents get filed with the province’s Public Utilities Board every year, and buried among them are fascinating things. Like this story in three parts: on Aug. 1, 2019, Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro asks the PUB for ...
JIM GUY: Challenges aplenty facing Cape Breton Regional Municipality
In a recent Q&A with the Cape Breton Post (Jan. 9), Mayor Cecil Clarke gave his views on some of the challenges faced by the Cape Breton Regional Municipality (CBRM) in 2020. Clarke began by noting the challenge of 'economic ...
BRIAN HODDER: Lack of action, regulation on vaping creating dangerous situation for Canadian teens
Canadians like to think of ourselves as a progressive society and have a sense of pride that we are ahead of much of the world when it comes to social issues such as equal rights for women and members of the LGBTQ2 community. While this is generally ...
LETTER: Canadian energy corridor overdue
The world suddenly has been plunged into great uncertainty with the reckless killing of Iran’s top general. The repercussions are being felt worldwide, in particular on the oil market. These recent events will be a test as to how strong our ...
LETTER: Nova Scotia complicit in climate woes
In his Jan. 6 column, Dan Leger got it right. While you can’t draw a direct line linking coal to Australian fires, ignoring the possibility amounts to criminal negligence. Since Nova Scotia produces 53 per cent of its electricity by burning ...
LETTER: Do away with drive-thrus
The other day, I was going on errands with my mom when she said, “Let’s go get a coffee at Tim Hortons.” And so we proceeded to the drive-thru. I remember thinking, “What’s the point of this? Why are so many people ...
LETTER: Pulp problems for Nova Scotians
Effluent still effluent I am writing to alert readers to two important errors in the Jan. 4 article, “Northern Pulp considering hot idle option.” The errors appear to come from statements made by Robin Wilber of Elmsdale ...
EDITORIAL: Time keeps on ticking as Canadian justice system slows down
Well, it was a nice Christmas Eve present for one Torontonian facing drug and weapon charges. But it’s also a clear sign of lingering problems in Canada’s justice system. In a decision released on Dec. 24, Ontario Court of Justice ...