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–
In a letter to Sue Uteck I wrote: Hi Sue, Trade Centre is going to land the Rolling Stones in Halifax during a weekend when hotels are packed, the Pop Explosion is launched, and the Film Fest is wrapping up. We have plenty of bands that play here and never play Moncton. Is this necessary? Has council and or city –more–
I was narcissistically checking my own website stats a moment ago…. top searches that result in people coming to my little blog so far this month… Rolling Stones Rolling Stones Rolling Stones Halifax Rolling Stones play Halifax? Are the Rolling Stones playing Halifax in 2006. Deep political commentary? No. Classic rock? Yes, this is what Waye Mason seems to stand –more–