News 1. Weather There’s weather. 2. Reasonable grounds “Police officers who lawfully pull over a driver no longer need reasonable grounds to demand a sample of their breath,” reports Kaitlyn Swan for the CBC: New changes in the Criminal Code that take effect Tuesday give officers more authority when screening drivers for alcohol in hopes of reducing impaired […]
November 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 as our […]
Habitat 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. Representatives of Habitat for...
A reader forwarded this email to me this morning: From: Habitat for Humanity Nova Scotia [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Thursday, September 08, 2016 11:11 AM To: [redacted] Subject: We need 20 minutes of your time! A “partnership” with the Steele Auto Group is ill-advised, to put it mildly. Steele just bulldozed three city blocks of houses containing about 100 units of […]