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Feb
President Liette’s alternative facts

President Liette’s alternative facts

Does Liette Doucet spend sleepless nights leafing through back issues of Frank Magazine, pining for the days when she was but a humble classroom teacher with no worries other than where to spend her next tropical vacation? Maybe so.

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23
Jan

Regrets, I’ve had a few... but NOT about this!

Ladies and gentlemen, I am from Cape Breton.
I know too well the narrative of the Dominion Steel & Coal Company and the company store. And so on, and so forth.
I am well versed in the purpose, the utility and the necessity of a strong union. No lectures are required. I’ll pass on the lectures, thanks very much.

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23
Jan
It's Always Sunny in Dartmouth-Cole Harbour

It's Always Sunny in Dartmouth-Cole Harbour

A little girl high up in the stands of the Dartmouth Sportsplex had a question for the prime minister, and he let her ask it.
Why wouldn’t he? She wouldn’t know the Aga Khan from Chaka Khan.
“Can I have your autograph?” she asks in the most adorable voice you’ve ever heard.
The crowd titters with affectionate laughter.

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23
Jan
Military commander's career torpedoed by not-so-secret fetish

Military commander's career torpedoed by not-so-secret fetish

If you watch YouTube, Vice-Admiral Mark Norman — who up until last week was the second-most powerful man in the Canadian Forces — seems like a swell guy.
In a series of self-promoting videos produced and posted by the Royal Canadian Navy, Vice-Adm. Norman explains himself to his people. You know, his people... the citizens (that’s me and you) and all the guys and gals in the Navy.

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23
Jan
SSRSB's Dandy Randy goes to Waikiki

SSRSB's Dandy Randy goes to Waikiki

Nova Scotia Teachers Union member Randy Foubert is back and rested. Over his jet lag.
The middle-aged Forest Heights Community School teacher was one of 11 N.S. teachers who spent the first week of January, the fourth week of the NSTU work-to-rule campaign, in Honolulu, Hawaii, on so-called “professional development.” At taxpayer expense.

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