I’ve always known my old pal Frank Cameron wasn’t a one trick pony. Although to be honest I was beginning to second guess myself. That’s what reading column after column about the plight of Nova Scotia’s teaching fraternity coupled with the evils and abominations of Premier Stephen McNeil can do to a person.
It’s funny, nobody’s marching in the streets waving signs around demanding that judges be given a raise.
That’s mostly owing to the fact that Nova Scotia doesn’t have 9,300 Provincial & Family Court judges, like there are members of a certain newly militant public service union.
All’s well that ends well, I guess.
One of the parents who called the Chronicle Herald to complain about Syrian refugees bullying children on the playground at a Spryfield-area elementary school says that the situation at Chebucto Heights Elementary has improved dramatically since then.
“All the kids are friends now,” Melissa “Missy” Lewis tells me.
There were some pretty snarly would-be partiers on Halloween weekend 2016 after a masquerade ball at the Westin hotel went bust.
Though it’s probably cold comfort, it might be of interest to them that they’re not alone in their discontent with the guy behind the spook-tacular screw up.
If the Greater Frankland Corporation was lucky enough to have a winning bid on Blind Date With The Stars, there are a few brains we’d like to pick among the Halifax A-Listers over the bubbly or a few cold ones. Maybe a big, fat greasy one.
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