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19
Nov
Brian Mulroney, alternate history professor

Brian Mulroney, alternate history professor

Has Brian Mulrooney, at 73, finally lost his marbles?

I questioned whether or not the Boy from Baie-Comeau is still playing with a full deck when he spun his revisionist history regarding the birth of the Conservative Party of Canada in front of 400 souls at St. FX on November 14a. 

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19
Nov
Viewing the St. FX presidential  crisis with rose-coloured glasses

Viewing the St. FX presidential crisis with rose-coloured glasses

It doesn’t take any sort of great mind to deduce that Peter MacKay’s recent nod to Sean Riley’s post-stroke leadership capabilities have a direct correlation to my piece last time out questioning the St.FX president’s fitness for office. 

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19
Nov

Waiter, there’s pest poo in my soup...

What do the Moonlight Restaurant and Lounge of Antigonish, Reid’s Meats Supermarket of Brooklyn, and the Economy Shoe Shop in Halifax have in common?

Why, they’re just a few restaurants given recent notices by the Agriculture Department’s food inspectors for having pests, vermin and/or their droppings spotted around their respective establishments. 

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05
Nov
St. FX presidential crisis

St. FX presidential crisis

A cloud of uncertainty hangs over the campus of St. FX University, amid worries about a pending faculty strike and renewed concerns about the health of university president Sean Riley, who despite suffering a debilitating stroke in June continues to lead the Little Vatican knowledge box. 

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05
Nov
No more pies from  Truro’s Prince of Pizza

No more pies from Truro’s Prince of Pizza

Truro business darling, entrepreneur, landlord, property owner and local employer Shane Richard will have to cross “pizza shop owner” off his list of credentials.

Prince of Pizza, which opened in the spring of 2011, closed its doors in September for reasons unknown.

You may recall serious allegations levelled against Shane from former employees (Franks 621, 629).

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