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.
It is hard to say just what the damage to government of Canada will be since the rhetoric over the Atlantic Accord hit the boiling point this week. Bill Caseyâ€™s lonely stand against his government has quickly became a heroic and principled stand, at least out east. Just what is at stake regarding the Atlantic Accord? Most regular citizens are unlikely to jump into the actual bills and acts to see precisely what was agreed – read more –
Sometimes, life deals you a hand and you just are not sure how to play it. Today is one of those days. This week, if you open the Coast – Halifax’s alternative weekly – you will see the list of reader voted “Best of Halifax” results. Read the first page, and the section is “City People.” Read into that section, and you reach “Best Candidate for Mayor”. There, you see the winner Peter Kelly, the – read more –
Today the #1 was full and my gentlemanly insistence of ladies first resulted in the bus driving away without me on it. Undaunted, figuring its only –1 today, I walked down Spring Garden and then Barrington, looking up and around to think more about the future of downtown.