Lindsay Construction will lead the design and construction of the new parkade and pedway on Summer Street as part of the QEII hospital project, the province announced on Thursday. In a joint news release from the health and transportation and infrastructure renewal departments, the province said construction is scheduled to start next month and the […]
The largest infrastructure project in the province’s history got the once-over from the legislature’s Public Accounts Committee yesterday. It will be at least the end of 2026 before the patients putting up with what some doctors have described as “third world conditions” in the leaking Victoria General Hospital will be moved out. The bad news...
I’ve said this before, but when I first started writing for the Examiner, a friend asked how much Tim paid. After I’d replied, the person I was speaking with said, “Oh, so it takes [x] monthly subscriptions just to pay for you to do one Morning File.” I’d never thought of it in such bald […]
News 1. Jails lose crime investigation evidence “On Tuesday, I attended Dartmouth Provincial Court for the preliminary inquiry into the murder of Nadia Gonzalez,” writes El Jones: Samanda Ritch and Calvin Sparks are charged with first degree murder. But before the inquiry could start, there were two issues. The first was that Sparks’ lawyer, James Giacomantonio, […]
News 1. Submarine “A U.S. Navy nuclear-powered submarine slipped into Halifax Saturday afternoon,” reports Chris Lambie for the Halifax Examiner. This article is behind the Examiner’s paywall and so available only to paid subscribers. Click here to purchase a subscription. 2. Private prosecution Frustrated with provincial inaction over contaminated wells in Harrietsfield, Marlene Brown is embarking […]