Monthly Archives: June 2017

An island in turmoil

by Lisa Bond Cape Breton is in a crisis situation.  We are a beautiful little island, a “rock in the sea”, with a population of around 100,000. We have a diverse and wonderful culture. We are also having some serious issues. … Continue reading

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Storytime in the forests

For centuries stories have been told filled with morals and lessons for children, that they would hopefully keep in their minds and relate to as they grew up. Many of these stories pertained directly to the natural world that sustains … Continue reading

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The People vs. The Province of Nova Scotia (and all their corporate cronies)

Law suits and Supreme Court hearings abound in Nova Scotia, over everything from Treaty rights, to consultation, to water contamination and various other health and environmental concerns. And it is the people and the government who work for those people … Continue reading

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Walking on broken glass

Today, is a week later…. The week after an election. The week after months of stress and turmoil. The week after we were supposed to see this amazing movement change the political landscape in Nova Scotia forever.

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