News 1. McNeil proud of his indifference “Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil says he stands by his government’s record on domestic violence after a former staffer said the Liberals turned their back on her when she was assaulted by a party staffer — her partner,” reports Marieke Walsh for Global. Walsh asked McNeil about an article that […]
In Court Christopher Garnier appears for bail revocation hearing On Tuesday, Justice Peter Rosinski began a two-day bail revocation hearing for Christopher Calvin Garnier, 29. Garnier is charged with the second degree murder of Truro police officer Catherine Campbell and with interfering with her remains. In December he was granted bail, but he was taken...
News 1. “Public” wifi Today, Halifax council will consider a proposal for “Public” wifi in downtown Halifax and Dartmouth (the purple-ish areas shown on the map above). Let me first put out there that I am not the intended target of the proposal. I have a super-duper business account, and pay about $150 a month for […]
1. Manuments Yesterday, Tim covered Sarah Toye and the Halifax Women’s History Society’s project to highlight the lack of diversity in Halifax’s monuments and in public space. This seems like a good time remind us of the days when felt vulvas began appearing on Halifax statues: The article notes that “the vagina greatly improved his appearance.” […]