Safety at the forefront for R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home
MacIsaac to take center stage at deCoste
Wellspring Centre marks milestone on St. F.X. campus
St. F.X. Sports Hall of Fame inducts Class of 2019
Royals cross country competes in Maine
‘Very thin’ X-Men roster focused on playoff run
Flag flies during Cadet Day 2019 in Antigonish
Soccer X-Women readying for playoff run
Cape Breton-Canso candidates participate in debate
LETTERS: Disgusted with leaders’ debate format
BRIAN HODDER: Emergency preparedness begins at home
DAVID JOHNSON: Can Justin Trudeau earn another majority government?
LETTER: Muddying the waters on foreign aid
LETTER: Uncontrolled growth to blame for climate change
LETTERS: For and against Extinction Rebellion's Macdonald Bridge protest in Halifax
LETTER: Peggy's Cove tourism fine without a ferry
The three restaurants in Indian Harbour, and the Sou’Wester at Peggy's Cove, have had a banner year, with parking lots full from June to current day. Traffic on Peggy's Cove Road, on which I live, is the busiest I have ever seen. ...
LETTER: Selective hearing on Northern Pulp issue
Not only did I read Premier Stephen McNeil’s Sept. 29 opinion piece with great interest, I had to agree with him. Yes, it is a “balanced decision” that is required in relation to the Northern Pulp dilemma — balanced and with ...
LETTER: 'Re-wilding' would spell real progress
Now, here’s an interesting story. The prime minister buys a pipeline and uses the oil and gas revenues to establish a tree-planting program that offsets the environmental impacts. It is perverse, indeed, to make ecological restoration ...
LETTER: Bridge protest will backfire
Re: “Climate activist group plans to block Macdonald bridge” (Oct. 1 story). I fail to see how blocking the bridge or any other road helps promote a save-the-environment cause. If a route is blocked, people will have to reach their ...
LETTER: Sackville Sports Stadium parking lot a pothole obstacle course
Have you ever seen a Second World War movie of an area that was bombed during an air raid? Well, if you haven’t, you can see something similar now at the Sackville Sports Stadium parking lot. With nearly 50-plus potholes clearly marked for ...
JIM GUY: Municipalities struggling to overcome financial hardships
The issue of sustainability, and possibly the survivability of the Cape Breton Regional Municipality (CBRM), is the rubber hitting the road for all businesses and residents. The simplistic gut reaction to enable sustainability is to initiate cuts ...
LETTER: Pre-primary program has created a ‘mess’
As a parent of four school-aged children, decisions made in the education system have a significant and direct impact on my Iife and the lives of my children. As such, I try to be engaged and informed on the issues and trends in our public education ...
STEVE BARTLETT: The people who want your vote
One was a paratrooper in the U.S. Army. Another is a meteorologist and talk show host. And one wants to bring back the penny. This is just a quick peek at some of the people vying for votes in Atlantic Canada during this federal election ...
OPINION: After Greta Thunberg’s UN address, an ethicist weighs in on our moral failure to act on climate change
Monique Deveaux In her address to the United Nations, Greta Thunberg charged adults with unforgivable moral failure. By failing to enact real change that will reverse global warming trends, grown-ups, she said, have “stolen my dreams and ...
LETTER: Help Halifax traffic flow
While public transportation is so inadequate, people will always have cars. However, HRM does not make it easier to drive around nor have good traffic flow, reducing pollution. Building bike lanes inappropriately is one obstruction. South Park ...