Colchester: Eating, answering and hopping
Truro-area women adjust their diet to avoid pain
Council of Canadians poses questions to federal candidates
Drake shows his stuff at Bible Hill competition
Stellarton mourns loss of Chief Dwight Campbell
Teens charged after carts taken from Truro Golf Club
Halifax cop facing a slew of charges for allegedly shoplifting with a ...
Bible Hill couple still on a high after red carpet experience
Truro-area farmers grow hope
EDITORIAL: Will we really be prepared for next Saxby Gale?
MENTAL HEALTH TALK: The waiting game
LETTER: Is it time for term limits on all politicians?
READER'S CORNER: How George Canyon came to be a Central Nova candidate not very kosher
LETTER: National memorial project in Cape Breton Highlands National Park still being pursued
TOM URBANIAK: Jaime Battiste needs to reassure us
LETTER: Use common sense when it comes to federal election
Kennedy’s recent letter in the Cape Breton Post, ("Election campaign cause for frustration," published on page C1, Sept. 24) injected a common sense response to those photos of Justin Trudeau. Thankfully, most Canadians are doing the ...
LETTER: Polish Heritage Month long overdue
The Nova Scotia House of Assembly has unanimously passed a resolution to recognize September as Nova Scotia Polish Heritage Month, starting in 2020. The month of September has several important anniversaries connected to Polish Nova Scotians. We ...
GUEST SHOT: Scotia Rail Development Society seeks response from federal candidates
Fifteen thousand petition signatures from citizens of Cape Breton and beyond, letters of support from mayors from Cape Breton to Truro and support from organizations and businesses around the island all reflect the concern about rail service for Cape ...
SHERI SOMERVILLE: Health burden on Atlantic Canada will soon be unbearable
SHERI SOMERVILLE Normally, an organization like the Atlantic Chamber of Commerce concerns itself with issues related to the economy and taxation, advocating for an environment that encourages investment in the local businesses that create jobs and ...
WENDY ELLIOTT: Not more clearcutting – please!
“There was no warning. I woke up and heard them offloading the clearcutting machine at the bottom of the driveway. By the time I got down there it was on its way up the wood road.” Susan Haley said to the forester: "What's ...
LETTERS: Disgusted with leaders’ debate format
Democracy or cacophony? I watched Monday night’s federal leaders’ debate with considerable disgust. First, how did the Bloc Québécois get invited, as it’s only interested in Quebec? Second, the cross-talk was ...
BRIAN HODDER: Emergency preparedness begins at home
Safety is something most Canadians take for granted. We are fortunate to live in one of the best countries in the world with a high standard of living, a relatively low crime rate, decent housing and well-developed systems and organizations to ...
DAVID JOHNSON: Can Justin Trudeau earn another majority government?
We’re into the final two weeks of the federal election and general polling day, Monday, Oct. 21, is fast approaching. And we have been witnessing two very close races amongst two different sets of national parties. There are also some very ...
LETTER: Uncontrolled growth to blame for climate change
Climate change is just a symptom of two greater problems: population growth and a bad economic model. Somewhere around 1927, the global population reached two billion, and today, less than a century later, it’s above 7.7 billion. This means ...
LETTER: Muddying the waters on foreign aid
In all the debate over whether to help with foreign aid, there is a missing point: that the developed world, including Canada, helped to create the drought-stricken, flood-washed, weather-pummelled global South that exists today. We unwittingly ...