Letters to the editor, December 7, 2017

Letters to the editor, December 7, 2017

Dec 7/17

These are the letters and comments from the print edition. comments      0

Former firefighter reaches human rights settlement with Halifax

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Former firefighter reaches human rights settlement with Halifax

posted by REBECCA DINGWELL, Dec 12/17

Liane Tessier says she experienced gender discrimination while working at a station in Herring Cove. comments      0


Lucky Cat Barbershop opens its doors in Dartmouth

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Lucky Cat Barbershop opens its doors in Dartmouth

posted by NOAH WIDMEYER, Dec 12/17

Downtown Dartmouth has a new spot to get a trim comments      0


Earth Goddess Shop is moving, making room to grow

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Earth Goddess Shop is moving, making room to grow

posted by REBECCA DINGWELL, Dec 11/17

The jewellery boutique is set to leave the Hydrostone and head to Point North. comments      0


Matt Whitman’s deafening silence

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Matt Whitman’s deafening silence

posted by JACOB BOON, Dec 8/17

The councillor thought it was better to remain silent on Halifax's Integrated Mobility Plan, then open his mouth about Segways and prove himself a fool. comments      1


Halifax skirts around first test of its new Integrated Mobility Plan

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Halifax skirts around first test of its new Integrated Mobility Plan

posted by JACOB BOON, Dec 8/17

No protection for dangerous Hollis Street bike lane an “intense whiplash” from what council passed earlier this week, says Cycling Coalition director. comments      5


Where's the weed at? Over at the NSLC

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Where's the weed at? Over at the NSLC

posted by JACOB BOON, Dec 7/17

Starting next summer the Nova Scotia Crown corporation will sell cannabis online and through stores to anyone 19 and over. comments      4


BDSM defense will bolster protection of abusive men, says advocate

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BDSM defense will bolster protection of abusive men, says advocate

posted by MAGGIE RAHR, Dec 7/17

Christopher Garnier’s legal team is playing a dangerous game suggesting consensual choking caused the death of Catherine Campbell. comments      0


<i>Policing Black Lives</i> exposes Canada’s history of state violence

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Policing Black Lives exposes Canada’s history of state violence

posted by JAYDE TYNES, Dec 7/17

Author Robyn Maynard visits Halifax this week to speak about her new book on Black activism and racial injustice. comments      0


A prison pregnancy

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A prison pregnancy

posted by MAGGIE RAHR, Dec 7/17

In the new feature from our partner The Deep, Bianca Mercer is pregnant, in jail, failed by the system—but help finds her. comments      0


Free Will Astrology

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Free Will Astrology

posted by ROB BREZSNY, Dec 7/17

Feed your soul, Gemini comments      0


What happened to you?

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What happened to you?

posted by DAN SAVAGE, Dec 7/17

Dan responds to a reader mourning the good ol’ days of Savage Love. Plus: Is jerking off to someone’s FB pics crossing a line? comments      0


Lessons from December 6

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Lessons from December 6

posted by ANONYMOUS, Dec 6/17

One hundred years ago, warship munitions ignited and killed 2,000. Twenty-eight years ago, 14 women were killed at École Polytechnique. How violent must violence be to hold our attention, and become the catalyst for change? comments      3


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