TwitterFacebookLinkedinGoogle+TumblremailShare this story November subscription drive I’m really bad at self-promotion, so I’m going to let Trevor Parsons give today’s plug for the November subscription drive: This @HfxExaminer travel mug won't help you survive in #WildNovaScotia, but it will keep your coffee warm on the way to the trail head. More importantly, subscribing to the […]
TwitterFacebookLinkedinGoogle+TumblremailShare this storyTwitterFacebookLinkedinGoogle+TumblremailShare this storyNova Scotians deserve modern access and privacy protections including effective oversight of their rights. Our current laws are no longer up to the task. Consistent with my recommendations last year, I once again recommend that the laws be modernized to ensure that Nova Scotia and Nova Scotians are ready and able...
TwitterFacebookLinkedinGoogle+TumblremailShare this storyNovember subscription drive We’ve got travel mugs! They’re too costly to mail, tho, so you can only get them if you come to our subscriber party, Sunday, November 25, 4–7pm at Bearly’s Tavern. The band Museum Pieces will play, and former CBC host and spice merchant Costas Halavrezos will introduce investigative journalist Linden MacIntyre […]
TwitterFacebookLinkedinGoogle+TumblremailShare this storyTwitterFacebookLinkedinGoogle+TumblremailShare this storyHabitat for Humanity Nova Scotia’s Spryfield project is ambitious, the largest the organization has ever undertaken. The proposed 78-unit development includes a four-storey condo building with 40 units, along with 38 townhouse units. The Halifax & West Community Council held a public hearing about the proposed development on September 12, 2018....
TwitterFacebookLinkedinGoogle+TumblremailShare this storyNovember subscription drive Have you subscribed yet? This would be an excellent time, and if you buy an annual subscription this month, we’ll mail you a Halifax Examiner T-shirt. We’ve got lots of them: Also, any subscription gets you into our subscriber party, to be held Sunday, November 25, 4–7pm at Bearly’s Tavern. The […]
TwitterFacebookLinkedinGoogle+TumblremailShare this storyNovember subscription drive Sorry to pester you again, but just a short note to say we’re in the middle of our annual subscription drive. The Halifax Examiner needs your money to make this work possible. Please subscribe. Subscription party details: Reserve Sunday, November 25 on your calendars. We have Bearly’s Tavern, 1269 Barrington Street, […]
TwitterFacebookLinkedinGoogle+TumblremailShare this storySubscription drive If you haven’t yet, please consider subscribing. 1. Press-conference journalism “I’ve never been a fan of press-conference journalism,” writes Stephen Kimber: It may be a marginal improvement on canned-quotes press-release journalism when it comes to public accountability, but most press conferences I’ve attended are little more than carefully staged theatre pieces […]
TwitterFacebookLinkedinGoogle+TumblremailShare this storyTwitterFacebookLinkedinGoogle+TumblremailShare this story I’ve never been a fan of press-conference journalism. It may be a marginal improvement on canned-quotes press-release journalism when it comes to public accountability, but most press conferences I’ve attended are little more than carefully staged theatre pieces designed to control and direct the flow of information and emotion in...
TwitterFacebookLinkedinGoogle+TumblremailShare this storyNews 1. Announcing the Examiner subscriber party, with special guest speaker Linden MacIntyre We’re in the midst of the Halifax Examiner’s subscription drive. We do this every November, and towards the end of the month we have a party to thank our subscribers. This year’s party will be on Sunday, November 25, from […]
TwitterFacebookLinkedinGoogle+TumblremailShare this storyNews 1. Erica Butler As the Examiner’s transportation columnist, Erica Butler gets into the nitty gritty of, yep, transportation: she attends the planning meetings, pesters the bureaucrats for more information, and interviews the experts and advocates. The resulting columns are incredibly detailed and thorough. For some readers, this holds little interest. But for […]