Halifax Water wants to pay to replace every lead pipe in the city over the next 18 years with a plan that’s unrivalled across the country, but the utility heard concerns on Monday that the timeline may still be too slow for some homeowners. The utility made the case for the plan to its regulator,...
It’s party time! November is subscription drive month, so we’re having a party to celebrate. Drop into Bearly’s (1269 Barrington Street) on Sunday, December 1 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Subscribers get to party with us for free. If you want to subscribe, you can do so here, or at the door. New Riders […]
News 1. Why aren’t Cabot Links or Ben Cowan-Dewar registered as lobbyists? “You would have to be completely foolhardy to question the brain trust that has formed to support spending public money to build an airport in Inverness but foolhardy’s my middle name so — hold my beer,” writes Mary Campbell for the Cape Breton Spectator: […]
News 1. Windsor Exchange Examiner transportation columnist Erica Butler takes a look at the promised upgrades to the Windsor Exchange: Transport Canada’s press release makes no mention of transit or active transportation, but seems to keep the focus on moving vehicle traffic and freight: “This work includes realigning the Bedford Highway, upgrading Lady Hammond Road […]