The Canadian Press
Nova Scotia took a big step toward reclaiming their province. The much-preferred option would have been to see the government of Stephen McNeil defeated or reduced to a minority, but cutting his Liberal Party to a razor-thin, one-seat majority will force it to listen more closely to the needs and wants of the people.
The paper was bombarded with online condemnation.
LocalXPress meant to showcase local reporters' work during strike.
The Halifax Chronicle Herald's editorial staff walked off the job at 12:01 a.m. Saturday.
HALIFAX — Roughly two dozen newsroom employees at Canada's largest independent daily newspaper held signs and waved to honking cars on the first day of a strike. The union representing 61 editorial st...
Eighteen layoff notices were sent hours after the workers walked off the job.
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