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03
Apr
There’s something in the wind...

There’s something in the wind...

Sunnyvale Trailer Park superintendant Jim Lahey was never the sharpest knife in the drawer, but you had to hand it to him for his ability to read the atmospheric conditions within the park.
Lahey could always poke his nose out from beyond his perpetual drunken stupor and detect when things were about to take a turn for the worse. Remember this exchange with Bubbles?

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03
Apr

An Atlantic Journalism Award doesn't go to...Frankmagazine.ca Top 10 for March

Two years after the CBC plucked him from obscurity after rescuing
a pregnant woman from a snowbank in 2015, Brett Ruskin gets more
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20
Mar
Handbags at dawn at the Lenehan lynching

Handbags at dawn at the Lenehan lynching

Going back to the 1970s, when Gloria Steinem said of transsexuals, “If the shoe doesn’t fit, must we change the foot?” there has been built-in tension between traditional feminists and men undergoing hormone therapy and surgical procedures to become women.

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20
Mar
Lynching Lenehan: Halifax's mob mentality

Lynching Lenehan: Halifax's mob mentality

It’s possible former Halifax cab driver Bassam Al-Rawi is a sexual predator of the top order.
He’s possibly a very dangerous man. It pisses me off. I wouldn’t want Mr. Al-Rawi hanging out with too many unescorted women.
But let’s not stop there.
There are other equally dangerous characters in this saga. None of them named Judge Gregory Lenehan.

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20
Mar
Incomplete news is not good news

Incomplete news is not good news

Even considering the low journalistic standards displayed by Transcontinental-owned fishwrappers across Nova Scotia on a daily basis, I find myself marvelling over how substandard the New Glasgow News’s coverage of recent happenings at the Pictou County YMCA was.

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