This past September, Halifax landlord George Tsimiklis found himself labelled “the worst landlord in town.”
The honour came courtesy of Tim Bousquet in the Halifax Examiner, and based on the evidence presented there and in virtually every other media outlet in this town, George’s title was well deserved.
While Iva Griffin and son Philip only live a few doors from one another in a tiny village in P.E.I., they
could not be further apart concerning the details surrounding the death of Vincent Pius Griffin, her husband
and his father.
Putting Leah Parsons in front of schoolchildren to talk about the tragedy that befell her daughter Rehtaeh could be downright dangerous, according to an expert on suicide prevention.
On Friday, December 2 — a date which will live in infamy — high school kids throughout Nova Scotia took to the streets to get some fresh air, and show support for their teachers.
They are kids. Just that. Moreover an afternoon off school is, after all, an afternoon off school. The circumstances surrounding which hardly invite investigation. Or hesitation.
Even the NDP caucus office’s red-headed stepchild, Kyle Buott, is right once in awhile.
“Jamie Baillie is the worst kind of politician,” he wrote on Facebook the other day.
“He speaks out of both sides of his mouth.”
I had noticed that, too.
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