Going against the tide: The fight against Alton Gas
Sipekne'katik band files appeal to save Shubenacadie River.
By Miles Howe
Tags: News, Alton Gas, First Nations, Nova Scotia, longreads, Nova Scotia
Former Energy director now employed as Alton Gas lobbyist
The province says it's not a conflict of interest, though.
Tags: News, Environment, Alton Gas, Lobbying, Nova Scotia
The damage of the Harper years
Canada's dear leader has reduced monitoring, and declared open season on the environment.
Tags: News, Canada, Election, Science, Canada
Old age tensions
How the federal election will impact generations of retiring Canadians.
Tags: News, Election, Seniors, Canada, Economy, Campaign and suffering
Veterans fight Stephen Harper’s pro-Armed Forces stance
Former soldiers launch Anyone But Conservatives campaign.
Tags: News, Armed Forces, Election, military service, Stephen Harper, Campaign and suffering
Weekly COVID deaths, cases and hospitalizations in NS (Sep 22 update)
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No masks, no limits, no POV as Nova Scotia lifting all COVID restrictions March 21
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Dal slides HoCo no-no into warm fuzzy Fiona memo
By Kyle Shaw
A eulogy for The Shubie Tree
By Morgan Mullin
Meet one of the workers turning the lights back on in Halifax
By Kaija Jussinoja
The past is present on the Juanniversary