Bringing new life to downtown Yarmouth
Kentville Chalk Art Festival livens up Webster Street with colourful designs
Kids’ Halloween event coming up at Digby Wesleyan Church
Potential adult learners get a chance to check out the Hants Learning ...
Veteran firefighters commemorate Great Windsor Fire of 1897
Digby’s Balancing Rock inspires coffeehouse’s name in Halifax
Shelburne Canada 150 Mosaic Mural event to be unveiled at Osprey on ...
Teen entrepreneur making a difference in Kings County – and beyond
Annapolis Valley business owners encouraged to take tax change concerns to MPs
Cape Breton Post
Russell Wangersky: After the battle’s over, a new one begins
Editorial: Clock’s ticking
Russell Wangersky: Workers’ comp — he who pays the piper doesn’t always call the tune
Editorial: Tank would send the wrong signals for Windsor
Russell Wangersky: Separating fact from speculative fiction
Editorial: Too many guns
Editorial: One man's trauma says much about First Nation life in Canada
The judge in the case wrote that there were clear signs that Christmas was a good candidate for rehabilitation, saying Christmas was in treatment and, “He accepted responsibility. He apologized to the court and importantly, to his community. He ...
Russell Wangersky: All I want is for my kids to be safe from men with no understanding of suffering
Russell WangerskyThe last time I thought I might be at risk from nuclear fallout, I was in grade school and the air raid sirens in Halifax were wailing in the middle of the school day, either by accident or technical error, and we were looking out ...
Editorial: Truth or no consequences
But whatever you think of his Jekyll and Hyde appearances, it’s worth taking a minute or two to listen to someone else: Sean Spicer, who was turfed as the White House spokesman. Spicer, you may remember, came out of the blocks quick and nasty, ...
Russell Wangersky: Subsidized sports getting a deal at taxpayers' expense
Russell WangerskyOne benefit of the battle? That the sort of deal that’s on the table has become public fodder, so we can get an idea of just how much public involvement private business sports operations seem to feel they deserve. And the offers ...
EDITORIAL: Pipeline rupture
The NEB has altered its mandate to regulate pipelines and energy development. It is failing to factor in economic and social considerations that represent the interests and concerns of all Canadians. The board’s latest decision to throw a potentially ...
Wendy Elliott: Acadia grad weathers Irma on British Virgin Islands
Wendy Elliott ColumnWhen I heard Irma was heading straight toward a group of islands we visited once, my interest was piqued. Years ago, our family hosted an Acadia University student from the British Virgin Islands (BVI). She has been employed with ...
Editorial: Tiny, tattered trolls
Well, new research suggests that idea might be closer to the truth than you might think. A study in the journal Computers in Human Behaviour titled “Are sex differences in antisocial and prosocial Facebook use explained by narcissism and relational ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: PTSD — time to talk about it … and listen
Russell Wangersky.Because that is the only way I feel safe, the only way I can let go and actually listen to what’s going on around me. I know it — I understand it, to a point. It doesn’t get better. At this point, it’s not going to. It’s one of a ...
EDITORIAL: Weed and legal limbo
There’s a distinct lack of clarity at this point about how a full-fledged marijuana sales and distribution apparatus is going to spring to life across the country in just 10 short months. But that’s not the only place where we’re short a little ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Flooding the insurance market
Instead, he was offered what was, back then, huge money right out of undergraduate math. Not to go back to school, but to do actuarial studies of risk. For the insurance industry. That’s why, in all the talk of whether or not there are risks from ...