Adequately funded public schools perform as well as private schools. I wonder how Nova Scotia’s least funded in North America public school system would stack up?
Cut to the chase (their title, obviously) To the editor, Regarding the article “MacDonald Bridge” in last week’s issue: Andrew Terris has repeatedly stated both in your article and other venues that the Nova Scotia Arts Council being shut down and the Cultural Federations having their budgets cut in 2002 coincided with the launch of the Nova Scotia Music Sector –more–
Dream job. HRM or NSDTC hires me as a program manager for arts and culture. Make the interface work. Or alternately, NSDTC pays for the creation of a new culture sector strategy that I am one of the lead authors on. The biggest issue facing people from culture these days is how many times we, the arts and culture community, –more–
As the dream of a â€œworld classâ€ Commonwealth Games slips from the 2014 Bid Committeeâ€™s grasp, it is time to examine the root of many citizens mistrust and fear, and the politics behind the bid. There was palpable panic and frustration coming from Scott Logan — the bidâ€™s head honcho — last week. Over the weekend fellow bid city Glasgow’s –more–