For Pearl Kelly, the new year brings with it an old battle. The Pictou County woman’s fight, for what she considers a just resolution to her years-long human-rights case against the provincial crown corporation that employed her, is continuing in 2018 in Nova Scotia’s top court. A court document filed on her behalf in Halifax...
News 1. Dubé and lying city councillors In early March, I was tipped that Halifax CAO Jacques Dubé had been missing from City Hall for two weeks. I called around, and spoke to three councillors, two of whom told me that Dubé had a family member who had a severe illness and was attending to it. […]
News 1. Fish kills “A dead whale has washed up in the same area of western Nova Scotia that has seen scores of dead herring, starfish, clams and lobster litter the shoreline — but fisheries officials say it’s too early to say whether the deaths are related,” report Aly Thomson and Alison Auld for the Canadian Press: […]
News Views Noticed Government On campus In the harbour Footnotes News 1. Upper Canadian concrete and glass right down to the water line In “Fisherman’s Wharf,” his lament for a disappearing Halifax, Stan Rogers sang: I looked from the Citadel down to the Narrows and asked what it’s coming to I saw Upper Canadian concrete and glass […]
Today’s Morning File is written by Lewis Rendell. I’m one of Tim Bousquet’s CFA henchmen and his consultant on millenial culture. News Views Noticed Government On campus In the harbour Footnotes News 1. RCMP charge sexual assault complainant with mischief, find claims “unfounded” As Ian Fairclough reports for Local Xpress, the RCMP have charged a Sherbrooke woman […]