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HRM gives cultural plan a green light

The ChronicleHerald.ca Though the cost to the city is unknown, council Tuesday night approved a 10-year cultural plan for Halifax Regional Municipality. The plan, to be evaluated in 2008, met with little resistance. Only Coun. Harry McInroy (Cole Harbour) voted against it, saying metro has more important things on which to spend taxpayers’ dollars.

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Wordy

My posts are too long and ramble. I must practice writing in a concise and interesting fashion. I am currently 2 weeks away from under-employment until mid-June. Expect rapid updates and expansion of the Pop Explosion, Vogue Theatre and maybe a province wide culture sector council, depending how bored I get. You never know how I may fill my time.

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Good Faith

I participate from time to time in Wikipedia the free online encyclopedia. This minor addiction started when I searching for articles on Nova Scotia music and culture, and found a horrible and misguiding article about Music of Nova Scotia on the wiki. I promptly re-wrote it and was hooked. Wikipedia operates because of the assumption of good faith: “Assuming good –more–

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Halifax
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The Cultural Plan in the Herald

Jane Buss, wow, she takes no crap… “Halifax’s proposed new cultural plan suffered a stinging rebuke Tuesday from the head of the Writers Federation of Nova Scotia. It was part of a shaky unveiling at city hall of the comprehensive document, 10 months in the making. Regional councillors received a letter from federation executive director Jane Buss as they took –more–