Some older, wiser Nova Scotia Tory should have a word with newcomer Cecil Clarke; tell him to dial it back before he does his career permanent damage. Let the dinosaurs in the Tory Caucus take some o
Parker Barss Donham
Nova Scotia has the highest rates of cancer in Canada, and within the province, Cape Breton is a hot spot for lung, breast and stomach cancer. Yet the scope of the problem, the magnitude of the risk
A marijuana activist sues the Crown and a judge for violating his rights.
The Wall of Shame was a repugnant departure from the democratic norms that Canadians pride themselves in, an unwelcome intrusion of Indonesian crowd control into a country with a deep tradition of ci
To portray many groups as isolationist or anti-trade may be rhetorically satisfying, but it's logically absurd. They oppose neither trade nor globalization. They object to trade deals that enshrine c
The Nova Scotia NDP is not a philosophy club, a reading circle, or a discussion group. It is a political party, one that, in the two years before MacDonald assumed its leadership, had seriously chall
A handful of police reinforcements arrived and fired tear gas, firmly implanting the idea of leaving in the protesters' minds. But the gas soon dissipated and the protesters returned.
There's no reason to expect mainstream media to cover this weekend's protest and any ensuing police violence more accurately than they did in Seattle.
As it stands, Nova Scotia's bill to regulate lobbyists will require more from nonprofits than it does from business. Here's how.