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Province hiring nurses is better late than never

To the Editor: It’s good news that the province has decided to hire 13 more nurse practitioners and nine family practice nurses across the province. ...
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Sign colours connected to no vote in May MOU plebiscite

To the Editor: I would like to comment on some people who are using the Amalgamation No Thank You Sign colours. The bright yellow that...
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Kudos to Pulse

To the Editor: I would like to thank Pulse Pictou County for taking the time and initiative to organize the Pints and Politics event held ...
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Questions for the municipal candidates

To the Editor: Given the recent rejection of the proposed amalgamation of four municipal units in Pictou County to the great expense of its citizenry,...
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Decision to not re-offer was a good one

To the Editor: I salute Mayor Barrie MacMillan, Mayor Joe Hawes and councillor James Turple who, following the May 28 no vote did not re-offer...
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Pulse extends thanks for community support of Pints & Politics

To the Editor: Pulse Pictou County would like to thank the community for the interest in our Pints and Politics Municipal Election series. We were...
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Past actions can give insight into future

To the Editor: If election candidates propose a platform of specific actions, it would be fair to expect them to carry out those actions if...
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Vote signals real change

This has been an extraordinary municipal election campaign in Pictou County. Keen interest, with few exceptions, has been shown among candidates for mayor and council...
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Spraying of Vision Max not okay with organic farmer

To the Editor: With the issue of Vision Max (containing Glyphosate) spraying at hand I would like to share some information that I have found. It...
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Renewing hope with global fund

To the Editor: As Canada wraps up the Global Fund Replenishment Conference on Sunday September 18, we thank Loyce Maturu, a 24 year old HIV...