Some local parents have a bone to pick with Marc Breaugh, the $87,440/per Bayview Community School guidance counsellor who checks in at No. 73 on our South Shore Regional School Board power list (Page 14).
Breagh Martell believed that taking her story of woe to social media was an exercise in raising awareness for mental illness, and the fact that police officers need more training in dealing with those afflicted with same. She was half right.
The 20-year-old Dartmouth girl certainly did raise vital awareness on two fronts:
At first glance, it’s difficult to know where the charity ends and the for-profit venture begins with the Kielburgers.
Founded in 1995, brothers Craig and Marc’s We Charity — formerly known as Free the Children — aims to, among other things, empower youth in Canada to become agents of change.
Back about two years ago now, it was observed in these pages that Labour Minister Kelly Regan couldn’t seem to handle the pressures that came with the gig.
Oftentimes on cabinet day, when presented with tough questions — or any questions at all, really — she would appear befuddled, defensive, and usually very stressed.
Didja hear about the time seven of 10 Richmond County councillors went to a local Liberal fundraising dinner back in 2014, and all seven of them managed to somehow get fully reimbursed for their donation by municipal taxpayers?
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