Breaking the silence on Nova Scotia's new cyberbullying legislation

Breaking the silence on Nova Scotia's new cyberbullying legislation

posted by REBECCA ROSE, Nov 16/17

The province's new Intimate Images and Cyber-Protection act was passed two weeks ago, with little noise and a lack of public input. comments      1

Body cameras out of the picture for Halifax police

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Body cameras out of the picture for Halifax police

posted by JACOB BOON, Nov 17/17

Report to board of commissioners says “evidence to date does not justify” the $7.5-million cost for officer-worn accountability tools. comments      0


Crown drops charges against cannabis club owner

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Crown drops charges against cannabis club owner

posted by JACOB BOON, Nov 17/17

Christopher Enns’ Farm Assists operation was raided three times by police between 2013 and 2015. comments      0


Here we go again with this stadium business

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Here we go again with this stadium business

posted by JACOB BOON, Nov 17/17

“Very credible” proposal for new Halifax CFL team dredges up old ideas. comments      1


Rent control idea frozen out, along with Nova Scotian tenants

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Rent control idea frozen out, along with Nova Scotian tenants

posted by KIERAN LEAVITT, Nov 16/17

Proposed legislation from NDP might not be the solution to housing affordability, but something is needed—and soon. comments      0


Bus Stop fears curtain call

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Bus Stop fears curtain call

posted by JAYDE TYNES, Nov 16/17

The theatre co-op is confronting the north-end gentrification it set the stage for. comments      1


Believe in Nova Scotia, not coal-fired billionaires


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Believe in Nova Scotia, not coal-fired billionaires


posted by STEPHEN THOMAS, Nov 16/17

The justice-based transition toward a green economy is needed now more than ever. comments      0


Free Will Astrology

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Free Will Astrology

posted by ROB BREZSNY, Nov 16/17

Stop overreacting, Cancer comments      0


Advice speed round

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Advice speed round

posted by DAN SAVAGE, Nov 16/17

Dan answers some leftover questions from his talk with Esther Perel at Vancouver’s Orpheum Theatre last month. comments      0


Letters to the editor, November 9, 2017

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Letters to the editor, November 9, 2017

Nov 16/17

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


SCIENCE MATTERS: Site C exposes economic folly of flooding farmland

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SCIENCE MATTERS: Site C exposes economic folly of flooding farmland

posted by DAVID SUZUKI, Nov 15/17

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Halifax council to undergo cultural sensitivity training

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Halifax council to undergo cultural sensitivity training

posted by JACOB BOON, Nov 15/17

Motion approved unanimously after over a dozen complaints about councillor conduct flood city hall. comments      1


Q&A: Jagmeet Singh on the NDP's future and busting stereotypes

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Q&A: Jagmeet Singh on the NDP's future and busting stereotypes

posted by REBECCA DINGWELL, Nov 14/17

The federal leader of the NDP says he's going to be “the first prime minister that’s ever been carded." comments      3


Survey Asks

Should council use the yet-to-be-finalized Centre Plan when debating new developments?

  • No, it doesn’t exist yet and is still likely to change
  • Yes, thousands of hours of work and consultation have gone into what’s already assembled
  • Maybe, it really depends on what’s being proposed by the developer
  • I don’t know what the Centre Plan is and do not wish to participate in this poll

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In Print This Week

Vol 25, No 25
November 16, 2017

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