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South Shore Breaker
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Cape Breton Regional Municipality councillor issues apology for recent remarks
PAT CULLEN: Rising cost of living creating hardship for many
VERNON OICKLE: Help thy neighbour
Popular Mahone Bay bandstand receives life-extending attention
LETTER: Climate always changing
LETTERS: Property tax cap not working for Nova Scotians
LETTER: Chester doctor crisis dire
On Nov. 18, CTV aired a segment featuring Lorraine Burch, general manager of Chester's Our Health Centre walk-in clinic, bemoaning the fact that Chester was losing another three physicians, leaving only one full-time and one part-time ...
LETTER OF THE WEEK: Grant money hard to reach for Nova Scotia seniors in need
I have followed the media reports regarding the generosity of Jeremy Locke in providing a free roof to a very needy senior in Glace Bay. This amazing act of kindness was followed by many more gifts from strangers who wanted to help ...
LETTER: Elementary facts about promised Springhill school
I was very surprised by a statement from Education Minister Zach Churchill in the Nov. 15 news story “Minister Churchill again commits to new elementary for Springhill by 2021.” He asserted that a new elementary school for ...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: ‘Brave’ women applauded for telling their stories
I want to applaud the brave women who told their stories of being sexually assaulted in the Cape Breton Post recently and to the Post for printing their stories ('It ruins people's lives,' 'Breaking the stigma helps break the ...
DAVID JOHNSON: Cabinet-making 101 to be unveiled today
There’s an old story long-told about Sir John A. Macdonald’s time as Canadian prime minister. Once, when checking into a hotel, he was required to fill-in the hotel registry. After writing his name he was required to list his occupation. ...
Ron Hynes, the troubadour
Originally published in The Telegram on Nov. 21, 2015 God only knows what takes a petal from the rose What makes the dark rivers overflow What makes a lifetime come and go. — Ron Hynes, "Godspeed" If you had never ...
VERNON OICKLE: South Shore readers have their say
As I’ve stated many times in previous columns, one of the great pleasures of writing a weekly column is the reader feedback I receive. Even if a reader doesn’t agree with something I’ve written (and yes, there are some who ...
LETTER: It’s past time Canada signed the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
In September of 2007, the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) was adopted by a clear majority of member states. Canada, interestingly, voted against the adoption, together with the U.S.A., Australia and New ...
DAVID DELANEY: Examining the demise of Don Cherry
It was only a question of time and now it has happened. The voice and presence of Don Cherry as a fixture on NHL broadcasts is gone. David Delaney I liked Don, though I often disagreed with his views, and Coach’s Corner is, I ...
VERNON OICKLE: This and that
Indeed, there is a great deal happening in the world these days. So much so that it boggles the mind. We face major issues: Global warming, which has spawned massive natural disasters around the world: the threat of possible war in various hot ...