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13
Apr
Memo to all fat-arse politicans...

Memo to all fat-arse politicans...

So, Nova Scotia is finally getting a taste of that long-awaited federal infrastructure money under a new long-term funding arrangement from Prime Minister Glam Boy. Nearly $830 million over the next 10 years. Sounds good on the surface. But be careful what you wish for when the candy store opens. 
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31
Mar
When The Invisible Man came to Halifax

When The Invisible Man came to Halifax

I have a friend, believe it or not. A friend who today holds down a rather sensitive and significant role in the not-too-Frankfriendly business of government. 
A dear friend, who more than a couple of decades ago, arrived in a country largely unknown to him, or his wife, or their infant child. 
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17
Mar
Our English Teacher Ms. Nomer Writes...

Our English Teacher Ms. Nomer Writes...

Dear Nova Scotia Taxpayers, 
I suppose by the time you get my letter it will all be over for another year. Pity that. 
A week off? It’s all so tedious. Such scant appreciation for all my toil. Our toil. 
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04
Mar
O frabjous day! Callooh! Callay!

O frabjous day! Callooh! Callay!

My dear friends, I hasten to remind you that you have just days to get my name in for possible investiture into a highly exclusive club.
I refer, of course, to the Order of Nova Scotia.
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18
Feb
Peter Stoffer & the etiquette of the new norm

Peter Stoffer & the etiquette of the new norm

In June of 1995, thanks largely to the persistence a Cape Bretoner, then Cape Breton MP David Dingwall, Halifax played host to the world as the G7 Summit came to town.
If any Liberal cabinet minister had the ear of then prime minister Jean Chretien, it was the scrappy and single-minded Dingwall.
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