Slowly, ever so slowly, Lorelei Nicoll is coming into her own. She's whatever the opposite of brash is, inoffensively finding her way through the thicket of loud and stupid that is Halifax council. For too long, Nicoll seemed at sea, haplessly going wherever the currents took her, but of late she has shown she understands what's going on, and is charting her own course. Still, she expresses more knowledge than opinion, and we wish she'd take more of a leadership role.
Cole Harbour likes Nicoll, and her council seat is probably safe for as long as she wants it. Now it's time to transform that security into some real political power.
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