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12
Nov
Tripping down memory lane with Mr. Freeman

Tripping down memory lane with Mr. Freeman

On the morning of Friday, November 10 — deadline day for Frank 779 — allNovaScotia.com subscribers woke to the news that for the first time in 53 years, the Freeman family is ceding control of Pictou County’s private radio airwaves. Pending CRTC approval, that is.

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12
Nov

Frankland daycare centre news...

Watching the Dal Student Union executive ponder its statement regarding the recent racial tensions at the august body was a thing to behold.
At their November 1 meeting, they were scrambling to come up with the perfect way to condemn the university’s reaction to DSU executive VP Masuma Khan’s “white fragility can kiss my ass” online diatribe.

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12
Nov

Bad news for the Herald...

The folks at the Chronicle Herald thought their new mobile app should have been eligible for the Digital Media Tax Credit, but alas, the Nova Scotia Supreme Court thinks otherwise.
The crux of the court’s decision is that the app is not interactive enough. Or at all, for that matter. Oh, dear.

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12
Nov
Finding friends and family...

Finding friends and family...

If you peruse this magazine on a regular basis, you may have noticed a letter to the editor that appeared in Frank 777 from a Mr. Iain MacLeod. I’d received the same letter myself at my email account on September 10 and, while the gentleman’s name failed to ring any bells, the message and details contained therein sent me back on a trip through time.

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29
Oct
Laura Regan takes stand against sex pests

Laura Regan takes stand against sex pests

I must applaud the youngest daughter of former Nova Scotia premier Gerald Regan (R. v. Gerald Augustine Regan*) for rushing to the aid of Hollywood rape victims. Laura Regan, 40, herself a bona fide Hollywood actress, took to social media to issue a series of tweets from her California home decrying the “sickening abuse of power” in Hollywood.

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