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21
Sep
Spryfield Coun. Steve Adams

Spryfield Coun. Steve Adams

Halifax Councillor Steve Adams has been around almost as long as Frank Magazine.

Little Stevie Wonder began his councillor days back in 1991, so we’ve got four years on Little Stevie. And actually Little Stevie isn’t quite so little, anymore. A quarter of a century later, Little Stevie is more a WLS, or as we here in the Frank Bunker refer to it, a Wide Load Stevie.

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24
Aug
Wanker of the Week: Politically correct N-Dipper thugs

Wanker of the Week: Politically correct N-Dipper thugs

Federal politics is just so far removed from the people to which it is supposed to matter the most. The constituents.
The sacking of Kings-Hants Dipper candidate 33-year-old Morgan Wheeldon had nothing to do with the fine people of Kings-Hants, and everything to do with the fine people of Outremont.

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10
Aug
Wanker of the Week: Harbour Hopper historical revisionists

Wanker of the Week: Harbour Hopper historical revisionists

Given Mayor Mike Savage’s standard for snow removal, Councillor Waye Mason’s unbridled narcissism, the spendthrift idiocy of Councillor Brad Johns, the fact that Haligonians elected Megan Leslie as MP, “hard landings,” a basketcase for a basketball team, haphazard urban development, outrageous corporate sponsorship, and the fact that it’s a venerable Navy town without a proper and easily access

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27
Jul
Wanker of the Week CBRP Chief Peter McIsaac

Wanker of the Week CBRP Chief Peter McIsaac

Last week, Cape Breton Regional Police Chief Peter McIsaac took a walk down memory lane. But it wasn’t a happy one. For him, anyway.

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13
Jul
Wanker of the Week: Information chief Sandra Cascadden

Wanker of the Week: Information chief Sandra Cascadden

Every hour of every day, government employees purposely cirumvent this province’s woefully derelict Freedom of Information system by texting each other potentially sensitive information.
You see, despite the fact that technology exists to capture these texts and BlackBerry Messenger messages dispatched via smartphone, they’re not captured.

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