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January 19, 2016 • Halifax Media Co-op

The Man who (allegedly) said fuck

Charges of swearing in public continue for anti-Bill C-51 activist

» Listen: by Miles Howe

January 19, 2016 • Media Co-op

GroundWire | Jan 19: Lelu Island Protest Update and Transgender Prisoner Solidarity Day

GroundWire, national news from a grassroots perspective

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January 18, 2016 • Halifax Media Co-op

Breaking: Sipekne'katik and Millbrook First Nations to Premier McNeil - Alton Gas will go to referendum

Mi'kmaq leadership to take controversial gas cavern issue to its membership

» Story: by Miles Howe - 1 comments

January 18, 2016 • Halifax Media Co-op

Corridor Resources sidesteps million dollar fee

Latest Old Harry extension sees Atlantic Accord ratified for cash-strapped company

» Listen: by Miles Howe

January 15, 2016 • Halifax Media Co-op

Hire Kendall Worth

Decade of experience in Halifax poverty cycle, with ideas on how to fix it

» Story: by Kendall Worth

January 14, 2016 • Halifax Media Co-op

"This would not be tolerated if this was children."

New report by Nova Scotia Nurses Union highlights "crisis" in long term care

» Story: by Miles Howe

January 13, 2016 • Halifax Media Co-op

Freelance Union president joins call to eschew Chronicle Herald scab work

Meanwhile, management makes newspaper scab-ready by removing bylines, photo credits

» Story: by Miles Howe

January 12, 2016 • Halifax Media Co-op

New Brunswick's anti-glyphosate movement grows by thousands

First targets are forestry industry and New Brunswick Power

» Listen: by Miles Howe

January 11, 2016 • Halifax Media Co-op

Are we salting Williams Lake to death?

Study suggests immediate impact from January 2015 switch from sand to salt

» Listen: by Miles Howe

January 11, 2016 • Halifax Media Co-op

King's Student Union, journalism school director, against scab labour at the Herald

As lockout date approaches for Typographical union, recent J-school grads solicited as replacements

» Story: by Miles Howe
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