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It's Part of Recovery: Part 2

I know it isn’t Monday, but while I was getting ready for bed tonight and reflecting on the hopeful and exciting day tomorrow that is my 23rd birthday, I thought about how much I’ll have to loosen up on on my rigidity and “rules” I have set up for myself (thanks, anorexia! 1,418 more words


Canadian envoy downplaying talk of potential trade rift with the U.S.

Ottawa’s envoy to Washington downplayed talk of growing trade irritants with the U.S., a day after President Donald Trump sharply criticized Canada’s well-guarded dairy sector. 586 more words


TC Transcontinental Inc. sells 28 Atlantic newspapers and digital assets to Halifax Chronicle Herald owner

Montreal-based publisher and media company Transcontinental Inc. has sold its portfolio of publications in Atlantic Canada to SaltWire Network Inc., the publisher of the Halifax Chronicle Herald newspaper. 449 more words


'Struggling' Herald on buying spree with strike in 15th month

HALIFAX – The owners of The Chronicle Herald have struck a deal to expand what they have long described as a business that was struggling to stay alive. 339 more words

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Emily Readalong: Emily's Quest

Contains spoilers!

In The Gift of Wings, Mary Henley Rubio states that “Maud was relieved when she finished the book… It had been a chore. 2,634 more words

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CAA looks for Atlantic Canada's worst roads

The Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) wants to know where the Atlantic Canada’s worst roads are – but it needs help from the region’s citizens.

Voting has now opened… 241 more words


SK Premier Brad Wall leads by example taking 3.5% salary reduction

(Brad Wall. Photo: CBC.ca)

Editor’s note: We welcome Amanda Achtman to the Straight Talk blog. Amanda will be contributing from time to time. A graduate of the University of Calgary, she is a regular commentator on Canadian public policy and politics. 509 more words

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