News 1. Michelle Coffin on Jamie Baillie’s resignation The CBC spoke with Michelle Coffin about Jamie Baillie’s resignation. Coffin, you’ll recall, was the former Liberal staffer who was assaulted by Stephen McNeil’s spokesperson, Kyley Harris. Last year, Coffin spoke of her experience — and how the party turned its collective back on her — in a Coast […]
News 1. Doctors “Nova Scotia has a doctor problem,” writes Stephen Kimber: Perhaps lack-of-doctor might be more accurate. And “crisis” is certainly a more apt description than the mundane problem. According to the province’s one-year-old “Need A Family Practice” list, 42,198 Nova Scotians — 4.6 per cent of the province’s population — are currently officially […]
I’m Katie, a reporter in Halifax who is filling in for Tim today. Follow me on Twitter. News 1. A First Nation with dirty water is turning to new experts for help Tired of waiting for the federal government to take their brown water seriously, Potlotek First Nation in Nova Scotia has hired an Irish […]
The Calgary charity which is taking the lead in supporting Lorne Grabher, a Dartmouth retiree fighting for his right to a licence plate with his name on it, hasn’t been on the legal scene for long. But it is becoming an increasingly recognized name as it intervenes on a number of high-profile Canadian cases. The...
I’m Katie. I’m a freelance journalist who likes toast. I sometimes work with cub reporters at King’s and I am filling in for Tim today. News 1. Teens get conditional discharges in revenge porn case (Unwanted sharing of sexual images, often consensually given to the distributor under false pretenses, is colloquially known as “revenge porn,” […]