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My interview with Pat Healey, Super Community Reporter

By Sam Lirette Learning Centre student at G.P. Vanier FALL RIVER: Last week I met Pat Healey for an interview. I wanted to interview a reporter because I want to be a reporter. I shared my...

#Election2019 Candidate Profile: Get to know Green Party’s Anthony Edmonds

Edmonds is running in Sackville-Preston-Chezzetcook Name: Anthony Edmonds Community: Wellington Family: I live with my wife, Jillian. Profession: Aerospace Engineer Why are you running? I’d like to do everything that I can to make sure that future generations can live...

#Election2019 Candidate Profile: Get to know People’s Party of Canada’s Sybil Hogg

Hogg is running for PPC in Sackville-Preston-Chezzetcook Name: Sybil Hogg Community: Sackville-Preston-Chezzetcook Family: Growing up, all four of my parents served in the Canadian Armed Forces. Two of them are currently serving in Ottawa. My paternal...

#Election2019 Candidate Profile: Get to know Darrell Samson

Name: Darrell J. Samson Community: Resident of Fall River for 35 years Family: Lives with wife, Faye,(teacher at Waverley Memorial Elementary) and proud father of three grown children and three grandchildren Profession: Former teacher and administrator, current Member...

#Election2019 Candidate Profile: Get to know Kevin Copley

Copley is running for the Conservatives in Sackville-Preston-Chezzetcook Name: Kevin Copley Community: Beaver Bank (Sackville-Preston-Chezzetcook) Family: I was born in a small Cape Breton community to loving, hard-working parents. I am the grandson of a...
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#Election2019 Candidate profile: Get to know NDP’s Matt Stickland

Stickland vying for MP Darrell Samson's seat in Oct. federal election Name:Matt Stickland Community: Live in Lawrencetown, running in Sackville Preston Chezzetcook Family: I have been married for four years; my wife and I have a son,...
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EDITORIAL: Speed bumps – the answer or a hindrance?

The Halifax Traffic Authority announced recently it approved speed bumps in several community residential streets in Fall River and Windsor Junction, along with other areas in HRM. The news was meant with a mixture of...
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EDITORIAL: Navigating a tough world together

When you think of Canada, a racism problem isn’t what comes to mind for many. Especially when it compares to other parts of the world, particularly our neighbours to the south which seem to be...
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COLUMN: Talking out my depression, anxiety

Talking. That’s the key thing for a person with depression. Unfortunately, for many they don’t talk and that allows the dark demons to build up and take over. And by then it’s too late to...
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EDITORIAL: Fighting back against hate

I was shocked when news of the massacre at a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand broke. But I was also not shocked. Why is it that I had that feeling? Why is it that...
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