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04
Nov
Peter Kelly and Cecil Wright: the perfect non-crimes

Peter Kelly and Cecil Wright: the perfect non-crimes

I recognized the voice as soon as he said “hello.” The man’s been on TV for a thousand years. I’ve spoken to him a few times over the years, too. He’s on a lot of boards and whatnot. A respected fellow in the black community. Or at least he used to be. Not sure how that’s going for him these days.

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04
Nov
More teachers’ pay packs revealed

More teachers’ pay packs revealed

Sackville High School 

43 teachers/734 students

(Others listed are assistants, counsellors, etc.) 

 

Muise, David $116,472

Miller, John (Principal) $97,854 

Doherty, Melissa $90,386

Johnston-Hutchins, Karen $88,886

Emanuel, Lauren $86,979

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04
Nov
Circle of trouble for Sharon & the kids

Circle of trouble for Sharon & the kids

All Sharon Forbes wanted was to give parents a place to bring their kids during the day. What she got was embroiled in a legal mess  with a landlord.

Back in early 2012, Sharon decided to move her daycare business out of her house, and into 2990 Oxford Street in Halifax, but trouble began before she could even open the doors of Circle Time Friends.

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21
Oct
Onyx making a move

Onyx making a move

Spring Garden’s Onyx Fine Dining and Bar will be moving down to Q Smokehouse’s former digs on Argyle Street come January.

“Yes, the rumours are true,” Onyx owner and restaurant guru Rob Risley tells me.

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21
Oct
The thin blue line...

The thin blue line...

Halifax Regional Police officers and a herd of HRM Mounties recently laced up their skates and played in a charity hockey tournament in Boston against Beantown cops and smoke-eaters.

The September 29 tourney raised about $10,000 for officers who were injured or killed during the Boston Marathon bombing manhunt.

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