The bells are back in town (hall)
When the Halifax explosion happened, the bell that used to ring in the clock tower at City Hall was knocked
NS lawmakers debate: red room or Zoom for public input on new laws?
For the last year, Nova Scotians have been able to speak to a committee of Nova Scotia MLAs on Zoom
Should weed killer be sprayed from helicopters over some NS forests?
Jacob Fillmore recently spent nine days in a tree to protest the spraying of the weed killer, glyphosate, over clear-cut
Friday Show: Province House Returns, with Michael Chong and Joanne Bernard
This week, newly elected MLAs met for the first time at Province House in Halifax. We review what happened. Mark
Friday Show: Chickens for Halifax, Birds for Houston, A Lesson in Law
It's The Times Keeper's first Friday show. Friday's are supposed to be fun. Join us for an abridged version of
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001. A conversation about Nova Scotia's proof of vaccination policy with Françoise Baylis
In this episode, I spoke with the Dalhousie bio-ethicist Françoise Baylis about Nova Scotia's new proof of vaccination policy. As