Most Canadians know about the new law making cannabis legal, but fewer are aware of sister legislation giving police new powers to target impaired driving, including those driving under the influence of drugs. Read More
Lunenburg is one of the province’s more attractive towns. Boasting a UNESCO World Heritage Site designation, it attracts tourists the world over to its trendy collection of shops and restaurants in an authentic Maritime setting. Read More
Barely over a year ago, Canadians were galvanized by the plight of Syrian refugees fleeing a savage civil war. The federal government and community groups responded, welcoming some 50,000 Syrians, including 1,500 to Nova Scotia. Read More
The news last week that Northern Pulp has to find another location for its new effluent pipe raises questions about whether the mill can make the 2020 deadline for closing its Boat Harbour treatment facility. Read More
The controversial optics surrounding a five-man panel recently standing in judgment in a sexual assault court martial highlight the serious problems dogging the military justice system in Canada. Read More
In Nova Scotia, an ocean view is almost regarded as a birthright.
We take being surrounded by the ocean for granted, and of course every little bay and inlet has a dirt road leading down to the shore. Read More