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Dec
Nova Scotia chess lessons

Nova Scotia chess lessons

On Friday, December 2 — a date which will live in infamy — high school kids throughout Nova Scotia took to the streets to get some fresh air, and show support for their teachers.
They are kids. Just that. Moreover an afternoon off school is, after all, an afternoon off school. The circumstances surrounding which hardly invite investigation. Or hesitation.

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28
Nov
A word (or a million!) from the world's greatest educator

A word (or a million!) from the world's greatest educator

And now a short word or two on Mr. Grant Frost. Perhaps you already know the name?
Mr. Frost made a splash, of sorts, last time out in Frank 754 when the Millwood High drama teacher, of sorts, rang in at $91,970 for 278th place on our list of the 375 highest paid teachers employed by the Halifax Regional School Board. An impressive finish. Certainly a personal best.

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28
Nov
Chignecto-Central School Board teachers prepare for the breadline

Chignecto-Central School Board teachers prepare for the breadline

Again we pull back the curtain on the omnipotent Nova Scotia Teachers’ Union, Liette Doucet, prop., and their pitched battle to get a “fair wage” settlement from Stephen McNeil’s Liberal Government.
Again we showcase the starvation wages of the deeply exploited members of the NSTU.

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28
Nov
Revisiting some Drake troughers

Revisiting some Drake troughers

Gary Adams is the freshman superintendent of the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board. On the job eight months for the fiscal year 2015-16, he bagged $98,900 plus a v. considerable $15,700 in expenses.
Mr. Adams is also one of the many NSTU-Drake University Scam Artists. He’s come a long way since his lowly gig as principal of Sackville Heights Junior High.

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14
Nov
HRM council swearing-in slapstick

HRM council swearing-in slapstick

When O Canada began playing and members in the small audience jumped to their feet in a fine exhibition of situational patriotism, the honoured guests on stage at the front of the garden shed-sized auditorium didn’t quite know what to do with themselves. It seemed nothing had prepared them for such a moment of grandeur, the playing of the Canadian national anthem.

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