Soul’s Harbour Rescue Mission opening in Truro
Chase the Ace lottery dispute settled between aunt and nephew
‘Why do men think it's OK to buy these girls?’
Video: Zombie Walk returning to Truro in October
Accused in killing of Halifax teen denies getting tire reamer as weapon
New Glasgow man fined for bizarre break-in
Wayward Cats accepting books for October sale
Locals rally in support of Truro rape survivor
Nova Scotia women warn others of life-threatening infection by sharing personal ...
EDITORIAL: A friend in need
VIBERT: The relentless drumbeat of Fear
Editorial: Suicide prevention doesn’t just take a day
Deeds don’t match Liberals’ words
LETTERS TO THE TRURO NEWS EDITOR: The NSPE, Cadets and a system failure...
Russell Wangersky: Governments should put the money where our mouths are
The case against fracking: Process more of a bust than a boom for Nova Scotia
On Sept. 13, at a public meeting in Pugwash, Michael Bradfield and Gerard Lucyshyn debated the merits of fracking. The 'against' side ...
The case for fracking: Delays in decision costing Nova Scotians millions
On Sept. 13, at a public meeting in Pugwash, Michael Bradfield and Gerard Lucyshyn debated the merits of fracking. Here the 'for' argument ...
VIBERT: To frack or not to frack?
Before Nova Scotians plunge into fracking they need to ask themselves the key question, and that’s almost always: Why? ...
Russell Wangersky: Watching the surf clam spin
The other shoe finally dropped. Wednesday, federal Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion ruled that then-fisheries minister Dominic LeBlanc was in a conflict of interest when he awarded a licence to a company that included one of his wife’s ...
EDITORIAL Remembering Amherst Mountie Frank Deschenes: If you see flashing lights, slow down
A year ago today, an RCMP constable from Amherst was killed on a New Brunswick highway while changing a flat tire for a motorist. ...
VIBERT: Tory hopefuls shackled in House
Why the fall session of the Nova Scotia legislature begins today, with two full weeks left in summer, is open to conjecture. The fall session generally begins nearer Thanksgiving than Labour Day. It’s been suggested the Liberal government ...
Editorial: The battle for equality
The odds of a male candidate for elected office being asked about his hairstyle, age, weight or marital status are remote. Not so for women. Such personal and blatantly sexist questions are far too common; and it’s one of the reasons why ...
Russell Wangersky: Gig economy puts workers on shaky ground
It sounds like so much fun: make your own hours, be in control of your life, work when you want to work. Except the “gig economy” isn’t really as advertised. The concept is a simple one, and is gaining ...
A limp and disappointing response
Nothing to see here folks, move along, we have this under control. That pretty much sums up Nova Scotia Health Minister Randy Delorey’s response to provincial Privacy Commissioner Catherine Tully, who reported in August the Health Department ...
Russell Wangersky: Mama, what’s a pension plan?
Cut out or print this column, put in an envelope, and come back to it in 15 years. Because then the chickens will really be coming home to roost. And for most of us, there will be no stopping it. When I started in the media in ...