The municipal election is getting closer, and the citizens of the Halifax Regional Municipality are preparing to mark their little X on the paper or vote electronically for the person who will represent them for the next four years on council.
I have just discovered the significance of the Greek letters featured prominently in the HLLIFLX logo that is now plastered all over the place, from Musquodoboit to Peggys Cove and all points in between.
It’s November 8, 2024. I’m Eli Glasner. Please excuse my recent absence from the anchor desk. Doctors had to re-attach my arms, which had flown off while I was making a point about an exciting story. It happened live on the air, you can probably find the clip on Youtube or whatever the kids are using these days. Anyway, I’m glad to be back. Here’s what’s making headlines today.
A note to Remegio Pereira of the No Name Tenors: please don’t change the lyrics to O Canada. Leave that up to the back benchers in Parliament.
They manage to change the lyrics in the anthem at least once a year. The government has a standing order with the government print shop to print new lyrics twice a year.
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The Global anchors in Toronto who pretend to be originating in Halifax pulled another boner the other week. The anchor is the female weekend anchor so get your mind out of the gutter.
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