Who's responsible? Helen Smith, program coordinator, Nova Scotia Youth Conservation Corps, 420-4300.
Remarks: "Please litter"? Yes, we get the sarcasm and reverse psychology, but it strikes the wrong chord with us. But what do we know? Mith says her research has found that people ignore "clean and green" ads, so they awarded ad agency MT&L $90,000 to come up with this eye-catcher. Surveys found a 21 percent increase in litter over four years, soo perhaps desperate times call for desperate ads, eh? Read more about the campaign, and commit yourself to being litter-free, at bestthingyoullneverdo.ca.
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Surprise! Islamophobic commenters get it wrong. comments 7
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The inaugural Chancellor's Chair in Aboriginal Law and Policy wants to inspire young lawyers, and elevate Indigenous affairs at Dalhousie. comments 4
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Six new faces elected to city hall after a night of close finishes and surprising upsets. comments 6
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Halifax continues to fight a valiant, apparently futile struggle against voter apathy. comments 0
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Barry Dalrymple is the only outgoing city councillor publicly endorsing a successor. comments 0
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Short of bringing back Halifax County, can we ever hope to be one, big, happy municipality? comments 1
Perhaps one elected board for the province would suffice. Wouldn't this be a clearer path…
Having lived in the neighbourhood a decade, I can attest that beer cans/bottles, cigarette butts,…
To add, congratulations Naiomi. You are a role model!