Colchester: On a snow-covered Tuesday
Water main break causing low water pressure in Truro/Bible Hill
Crown appealing discharge in Halifax assault case
Antigonish tree enthusiast on quest to save American beech
Well known meteorologist Cindy Day is now part of SaltWire network
Truro skates to 5-1 record to capture Royal Canadian Legion Challenge Cup
Kennetcook man arrested on child pornography charges
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Debert genealogist publishes book on the area’s people and history
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VIBERT: Private prosecutions have a place, just not in Nova Scotia
VIBERT: Haruspicy isn’t revealing the fate of health care
Russell Wangersky: The luggage you grab might be your last
Russell Wangersky: Gambling with families
VIBERT: Province needs to do more than bury the garbage
VIBERT: If AI is the answer, what’s the question?
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: The whiff of weed
There’s a dirty little secret about legalized marijuana, one that could become an issue in neighbourhoods across the country. Well, maybe it would be better to describe it as a stinky little secret, but one that’s likely to become very ...
Russell Wangersky: Not all polls are created equal
They’re great for entertainment purposes, but then again, so are fortune tellers and horoscopes. If you’re looking at public opinion polls to predict things, well, there are wins and there are losses. And lately, more ...
VIBERT: The soft language of addiction obscures the reality
You can’t say that, you’ll kill somebody. The excoriation wasn’t quite that dramatic, but the sentiment left no doubt as to the perceived dangers inherent in the language of a recent column. The offending words – ...
Russell Wangersky: The disturbing messages inside some Christmas songs
For years, there has been scholarly analysis that shows fairy tales hide darker secrets. If you’ve heard the analysis that posits the variety of sexual connotations of “Little Red Riding Hood,” you might never read it to children ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Time for an airline bill of rights
This is a personal story about the good, the bad and the ugly of airline travel. It’s also about why the federal government is going to have to give passengers tools, like an effective airline bill of rights, to stop airlines abusing their ...
VIBERT: NSHA brand must be more than an acronym
What’s the Nova Scotia Health Authority brand? What image or concept comes to mind when you hear “the Nova Scotia Health Authority?” Do the words summon a pleasant, calming sensation? Or, do they cause major muscles to ...
STEVE BARTLETT: It was a dark and stormy night …
The snowdrift across the highway was humongous. And my trusty old car was firmly embedded in the middle of it. It just wasn’t budging. Neither was I. I was wearing a tuxedo — the only time I had rented one since my high school ...
TINA COMEAU: Am I ready? Another lobster season begins
Once again, Tri-County Vanguard editor Tina Comeau reflects on the personal side of the lobster fishery. PINKNEY'S POINT, YARMOUTH COUNTY, N.S. – Usually there’s a convoy of vehicles all heading in the same ...
Russell Wangersky: Guns on the job
Russell Wangersky Some days, you can be forgiven for thinking that parts of the world have stepped straight into the Alice in Wonderland rabbit hole. Now, I’ve been to Illinois, just last year to Galena, Ill., a fine, ...
Steve Bartlett: Embracing whatever comes down the pipe
My sister is a prof. (Yes, trolls, she’s the one with all the brains.) Steve Bartlett She teaches business in hometown and, while there last week, she asked if I’d speak to a class about entrepreneurship, specifically about the ...