ANDY WALKER: Atlantic travel bubble won't work without New Brunswick in fight against pandemic
EDITORIAL: Heroic efforts of those involved in successful seniors home rescue deserve recognition
JIM VIBERT: Vaccine debate ignores global inequities
MY TAKE WITH SHELDON MACLEOD: Guilty until proven innocent in the case of wrongfully charged Halifax doctor
LETTER: Leaders need to address Cape Breton poverty issue
EDITORIAL: Too many shades of legality concerning tinted vehicle windows
'Build it and they will come' - the Peggy's Cove Project
Captain Peter Richardson joins Sheldon to discuss the upcoming Peggy's Cove project. Sheldon MacLeod has been a broadcast professional for close to 30 years. Eyewitness to the transition from 45s and magnetic tape to CDs, MP3s, ...
LETTER: Government can't order IRAC
Several weeks ago a committee that was looking into getting IRAC to appear before them and the chair of that committee Cory Deagle, behaved rather silly and rude. Now I know that Cory is new at this chair thing, but I believe that he should get up to ...
LETTER: Milestone year for War Amps
The War Amps key tag service is celebrating a milestone this year – its 75th anniversary! The service has not only been reuniting Canadians with their lost keys, it has been helping to make a difference in the lives of amputees. To date, ...
GUEST OPINION: The Spanish blueprint: Is America headed for civil war?
In 2019, a Washington Post headline read: “In America, talk turns to something not spoken of for 150 years: Civil war.” Such talk about the United States of America being on the brink of civil war took on added significance after mobs ...
LETTER: What happens to our MLAs?
I have to wonder why our politicians become so immersed in their own importance. Become too big to respond to concerned citizens and their issues. In today’s provincial government when I send an email to a minister the only response, and I ...
CHEERS & JEERS: Jan. 25, 2021
CHEERS: To all who evacuated the Chez Nous Co-operative seniors' home in Wellington a week ago and found comfortable lodging for nearly 50 elderly citizens in the middle of the night. Cheers to the Chez Nous staff for having and practising ...
JIM VIBERT: Here's what N.S. Liberal leadership hopefuls say motivated them to run
Across the divide of digital detachment, Liberals hope to divine a winner, while the rest of us struggle to take some meaningful measure of the men who would be Nova Scotia's next premier. Liberals want, first and foremost, a leader to carry ...
JOHN DeMONT: Atlantic Canada's hilarious take on the ubiquitous Bernie Sanders meme
There was, naturally, lots of fashion talk at Wednesday’s U.S. inauguration: the “jewel tones”, “rainbow colours” and “regal ... monochromatic looks” worn by everyone from Michelle Obama and Lady Gaga to ...
COLUMN: Cape Breton rail issue requires action
The Scotia Rail Development Society (SRDS) is inviting the Liberal leadership candidates along with Conservative and NDP party leaders to take a position on the Cape Breton rail issue as it relates to: • regional economic ...
LETTER: Cape Breton councillor fed up with ‘out-of-control’ garbage
Cape Breton Island has been listed as the #1 island destination in Canada, and was once the #2 designated island in the world by National Geographic. We have it all. Sunrises, sunsets, beaches, ocean fronts, cliffs, beautiful trails, golf courses and ...