(I’ve taken the liberty of copying this blog from Lisa Roberts, former MLA and current candidate for MP, to preserve it for posterity) Dear friends, colleagues, supporters and detractors, in #Halifax and Dartmouth and the Twitterverse – I have found it quite distressing to read my Twitter feed over the past few days. In general, about half of the people I follow are local, chosen because I learn from and respect you. And it`s been hard to see municipal colleagues read more
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