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 […]
Tim here. I’m back in Nova Scotia (not quite in Halifax yet, but heading that way) after a much-needed vacation. I can’t thank our guest writers enough for filling in — they each did wonderfully, so well that now I’m thinking I need to take more vacations. News 1. Tidal power “Tomorrow (Wednesday), an Irish […]
The collapse late last month of the French-owned, Irish-based company that has installed tidal turbines three times in the Bay of Fundy continues to reverberate. It is felt most acutely by suppliers and sub-contractors in Nova Scotia, the Orkney Islands, and wherever in the world OpenHydro did business. An unanswered question is whether the collapse...
I’m Erica Butler, filling in for Tim while Tim keeps right on working. We both bring you today’s Morningfile. News 1. BP approved to resume drilling The Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board has given the green light for BP to resume drilling the exploratory well which was the site of an accidental spill of thousands […]