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  • A step ahead of the storm

    Forecasters are saying it’s too early to say what impact hurricane Irene could have on the Maritimes. But it’s never too early to be prepared. ...

  • Local newspapers make major appointment

    TRURO - Daniel Cormier has been appointed the new regional director of business development for the Nova Scotia Media Group (Northern ...

  • Utility needs to be reasonable

    Nova Scotia’s premier has made a call for reason to prevail in the hopes of saving a large employer. But will Nova Scotia Power listen? ...

  • Leader never gives up on message

    Jack Layton’s unflagging spirit persisted to the very end. Tireless as a representative of the people, true to character, he remained a champion ...

  • Should bonuses be up to ratepayer?

    It hardly seems fair that Nova Scotia Power expects ratepayers to subsidizethe several million dollars it pays in bonuses when most Nova Scotians ...

  • Shark to be displayed at Halifax museum

    Jennifer Taplin Metro Halifax Rows of serrated teeth on a fierce-looking jaw surfaced from the murky water yesterday. But this shark is no longer ...

  • Do we need a royal debate?

    When the Canadian government decided in 1968 to remove the word royal from its armed forces there was lots of opposition, especially among those ...

  • Convention centre does have merit

    When the province announced its intentions to help fund a new trade and convention centre in Halifax there was plenty of criticism from all ...

  • Gas pricing under fire again

    For several years Liberal Leader Stephen McNeil has been hammering government for its lack of movement on gas price regulation. For the most ...

  • Stay the course amid crisis

    In 2009 and 2010, with Canada and the rest of the world mired in arecession, the federal government did something different to retainconfidence ...