News 1. Mayoral candidates face off for the first time Halifax’s three mayoral candidates debated each other yesterday, at an event hosted by the Downtown Halifax Business Commission. Zane Woodford attended, and reports on the candidates’ replies to questions from moderator Norma Lee MacLeod. While Taylor reiterated his stance that he doesn’t care who you […]
News 1. Cory Taylor decision Yesterday, Justice Gerald Moir issued a decision in Cory Taylor’s appeal of the Police Complaints Commissioner’s dismissal of his complaint that Halifax police “arrested him without cause, used unnecessary force to do so, and caused him serious injury.” Taylor is Black. At the time of the August 2017 incident, Taylor was […]
News 1. No charges in case of woman who died of horrific bed sore Chrissy Dunnington died from complications of a pressure sore (often called a bed sore) in March 2018. She was 40 years old. Dunnington had been living at the Parkstone Enhanced Care home, owned by Shannex, in Clayton Park for 18 months. […]
Dragonfly Haven Therapeutic Farm Mount Denson Nature of business: “One on one interaction with miniature farm animals.” Partners: Charlotte Paul and Howard Zwicker It’s sort of like a puppy room, but on a farm. Clerisy Production Services, Inc. Dartmouth Directors: Dale Stevens, Annie Mae Stevens Dale Stevens has a long resumé, including a stint as vice-president...
November Subscription Drive John Wesley Chisholm writes: I tell myself to calm down, to take less interest in things, to not get so excited and to mind my own business. But the journalists won’t let me and my conscience won’t release me from the problems of the day. It’s often said that journalism, the fourth […]
News Views Noticed Government On campus In the harbour Footnotes News 1. Examineradio, episode #78 John Wesley Chisholm is a successful television producer and Juno Award-winning musician. Now he’s throwing his hat into the ring as the Progressive Conservative candidate for Halifax Chebucto in the next provincial election. Find out what Front Line Fever means and […]
The lights aren’t going out yet for John Wesley Chisholm’s business in Nova Scotia. Last month the president of the Halifax-based production company Arcadia Entertainment expressed public concern about his outfit’s inability to find work for this year using the province’s revamped incentive fund for film and television. Like many others in the creative industries,...