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22
Apr

SWSDA creditors still outta luck

The opposition Liberal and Tories can stamp their feet till the cows come home, but Economic and Rural Development Minnie Percy Paris is maintaining the longstanding position that creditors still owed money from the SWSDA fiasco won’t see a dime from the government. 

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22
Apr
Well, it’s the lack of thought that counts, isn’t it?

Well, it’s the lack of thought that counts, isn’t it?

The day after the Boston Marathon bombing, Nova Scotia Premier Darrell Dexter pledged a $50,000 donation to the Mass General Hospital for Children, to “honour the eight-year-old boy who was killed in the blast.”

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22
Apr

Restless Acadia natives get no joy from feds

The federal Department of Aboriginal Affairs will not be ordering a forensic audit, or any further investigation, of the Acadia First Nation despite pleas from band members seeking the full picture of the small band’s financial state. 

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22
Apr

CBRM fingers the smoking gun worker

Cape Breton Regional Municipality is demanding that a business pay close to $160,000 to help repair a building damaged in a fire. 

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22
Apr

Down at the ol’ swimming hole...

If there’s a lesson to be learned from the battle to keep Bible Hill’s Scotia Pool open, it’s that you should never discount the old folks.

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