The provincial government spent $18 million over the past two years to lease hotels and pay community service groups to provide temporary beds and meals to a growing homeless population, many of whom are living in tents and vehicles because they can no longer afford to rent.
Smiling is cultural. The way we smile is cultural. What a smile means is cultural. Dominant cultural assumptions can erase all that.
Coun. Tim Outhit introduced amendment, saying 9.7% “would be wrong.”
In April of 2022, Harry Lamey heard a radio ad for a logging contractor who was interested in cutting timber on private woodlots. It caught his interest. Over the years, the Lameys had occasionally requested quotes to see what their timber might be worth. His daughter Carla, who lives in Barrie, Ontario, owns 300 acres […]
Open to Canadians who have experienced any kind of loss, the survey closes on Dec. 7.
Residents have their say at the first discussions of HRM budget on Tuesday.
If hundreds of thousands of people are all going in the same direction, maybe they could be on a train?
I am not a crook. That is my first take-away from a decision released Monday by Supreme Court of Nova Scotia Justice Josh Arnold. Arnold was ruling on an application from the Witness Protection Program seeking a “retroactive publication ban” on two articles I wrote in relation to the murder trial of Randy Riley; the […]
Transition House Association of Nova Scotia, PSCA, CUPE met in mid November for first of discussions.
A poll conducted by Ipsos found that “inflation isolation” is a growing issue.