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What highways can be twinned?

We don’t always get what we want or need. We may not get all the work recommended in the province’s most recent study about improvements...

Support for teachers

To the Editor: It appears the teacher’s work to rule is over; well, at least until they study their new contract offer. It will be...

No fan of Trump

To the Editor: The newly sworn-in president of the United States thinks of himself as The Messiah… he actually believes he is capable of single-handedly...

Show some respect for people with disabilities

To the Editor: Within the past several weeks it was in the news about a senior lady in Halifax who has a disability. Every time...

Red tape week worthy of note

Reducing red tape is like atonement: it never ends. Of all the weeks set aside to mark historical or significant events or causes, Red Tape...

Big show of support

You reap what you sow. If the proverb is true, Carlton Munroe has certainly sowed a lot of good with a lot of people. And...

McCulloch House supports PA’s future in town

(Editor’s note: Gary Adams is the superintendent of schools/ CEO for the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board) Dear Mr. Adams: The McCulloch House Museum has been a member...

Business wouldn’t be possible without support from town

To the Editor: A recent article was released by Heather Brimicombe about a new business opening in New Glasgow called Perfect Diversity. My name is Carey...

Crime Stoppers marks 30 years in province

To the Editor: On behalf of Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers, I would like to remind everyone that January is Crime Stoppers Month and 2017 marks the...

Lyme education begins a new year

To the Editor: Deer are everywhere. We received a Christmas card from a friend in New Glasgow in which were enclosed pictures of deer in...