This week, the Nova Star ferry offered a discount coupon for American tourists, offering them 20 hours on the rough seas of the North Atlantic and 20 minutes in Yarmouth, NS.

Also, a mysterious website launched exhorting disgraced former mayor Peter Kelly to return to run for the city’s top office in 2016.

The big story involves 200,000 litres of diesel leaked into the environment courtesy of Metro Transit. The cleanup costs are estimated at close to $3 million and so far nobody seems to be held responsible.

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  1. Wow, the robust comments on the transit oil spill are nothing short of bold. Way bold. Robust bold, boldly robust. We know the folks in charge are boldly in charge when they use “robust” a gazillion times in the presser because nothing says bold like robust.