News 1. Report in Assoun case to be released today Tim is over at the courthouse this morning where a report from the Department of Justice will be released today, giving the public a first look at information that led to Glen Assoun’s release. I’m sure Tim will have more on this later today. 2. […]
News 1. Transit passes “Soon, more people will get access to low income transit passes,” writes Erica Butler. “But the cap on this important program remains a needless obstacle.” Click here to read “Transit Pass Bingo.” This article is for subscribers. Click here to subscribe. 2. This is North Preston Stephen Kimber introduces us to This […]
News 1. Robie Street mega-development “An advisory committee is recommending a massive development for central Halifax go ahead, though preferably a shorter version,” reports Zane Woodford for StarMetro Halifax: Regional council’s Halifax Peninsula Planning Advisory Committee met Monday to consider the proposal for the corner of Robie St. and College St.: a 400-unit residential building […]
by Karen Rawlines As of Jan. 1, 2015, abortion access in New Brunswick will change: Women will no longer need the approval of two physicians to get an abortion, and the procedure will no longer need to be performed by a specialist. Those changes are important improvements in a province that lost its sole abortion...