I cannot believe I found this in archive. My original website, hosted on Chebucto Freenet, from late summer/early fall 1996. This baby is 10 years old. I take pride in the fact that my website, while HTML 2.0, was simple and clean… rather than the multi-hued, colour riot that was so common back then.
I was pleased to note that if you type in “Halifax world class” in Google, the 9th web page noted is the article I wrote about Halifax’s obsession with big falutin’ megaprojects. Thank you to everyone linking to this site!
I went to a meeting last week. HRSB wants to have 4 elementary schools on the peninsula of Halifax, each about 750 kids. The first would be operational by the time Emma was in 6th grade and would replace Le Marchant St Thomas, St Mary’s, Inglis Street schools. The ideal size for a p-6 school according to the provinces department –more–
Well, looks like a federal election is going to swamp the media for the next 45 days. This means that the Halifax concert scandal will slide off the front page for the next while. Before I go back to blogging about things I want to see in Halifax, as opposed to what I DO NOT want to see, I want –more–