Well, no blog posts for a while! Why you ask? Because this happened today: Today I launch my campaign to become the councillor for the new District 7 Peninsula South Downtown. In just over eight months, on October 20th 2012, the citizens of Halifax Regional Municipality will have a chance to vote for change. As the councillor for District 7, I will provide the leadership, commitment, and vision that our community needs. Thank you for your support! https://www.wayemason.ca/ One reader read more
Waye Mason Turns 40! A Fundraiser for the Parker Street Food & Furniture BankFeaturing seven short sets in a relentless deluge of some of the best music Halifax has to offer:Three Sheet 1:30 We’re Doomed 1:00 The Extremities 12:30 Alright Already 12:00 Old Blood 11:30 This Ship 11:00 Sacrificing Sound 10:30I’m turning 40, and I couldn’t be happier. My friends in these bands have agreed to play this show to celebrate my birthday, and to raise money for the good read more
Tuesday, HRM Council voted in a 13 to 9 vote to once again confirm the sale of the St Patrick’s Alexandra school property to the Jono developments. Staff had prepared a report, as requested, outlining options regarding, both in this case and the last decade of surplus school disposals, HRM’s failure to follow the policy it had enacted in 2000. Tim Bousquet at the Coast called foul on the staff report, stating that the either or choice staff presented council read more
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Right now, the best example of HRM “getting it right” is probably the construction of the new Dartmouth Bridge terminal. The current “terminal” deserves quotes around its description. HRM is replete with clusters of bus shelters, some heated, most not, with the grandiose designation of “terminal.” Anyone coming from a larger city, or accustomed to taking the Dartmouth Ferry, finds the label “terminal” misleading at best.