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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 in the upcoming elections. Considering the hundreds of thousands of taxpayer’s dollars lost by the MOU adventure, which was not part of their last council’s election mandate, their decision to […]

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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 pleased to host these sessions to give candidates and residents an opportunity to have conversations about the future of the place we call home. We thank the many candidates who […]

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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 seems that most exposure to this chemical is through farming and our food systems.  People have the choice to avoid this exposure by purchasing organic foods, and avoiding this […]

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Town’s operations, achievements within community are extensive

To the Editor: As the mayor of New Glasgow for the past eight years, I would like to provide some important facts to the community related to our town, its operations and finances. New Glasgow is the third largest town in Nova Scotia with a population density of 963 people living per square km and […]

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