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Exclusive: Maine Boot & Clothing Retailer L.L. Bean To Open Halifax Store – Options Include Malls, But Glenn Munro, Besim Halef & Norman Nahas Will Also Be Suitors, Too
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Realtor Phil Slauenwhite: Millennials Adding To Resurgence In Hubbards Real Estate – Twinned Highway Helping To Create ‘Bustling Community’
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A Notebook Advertising Campaign: Reach Savvy Millennials To Well Heeled Entrepreneurs – The Movers & Shakers Read Us!
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Halifax Agency Dean Phil Otto’s Campaign Encourages Consumers To Patronize Independent Shopkeepers
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Alison Strachan: A Visit To Jim Smith’s Chester Ceramic Studio/Showroom
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Class Of 2020: Graduating During Pandemic A Challenge At Tatamagouche School Academy
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Update: McKenna Shindig Heard From NY Times Journalist, An NHL Superstar & Leading Politicos
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A Tourist In My Own City: A Visit To Halifax’s Oldest Military Library: Royal Artillery Park
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Tick Talk: Summertime & The Living Is Easy As Tick Fest Plays Out Across Nova Scotia
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Tick Talk, Part II: Encore: A Chat With Bug Expert Andrew Hebda
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Friday Edition, Below
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Lunenburg Realtor John Powers Remembers Guenther & Susan Reibling
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Guenther & Susan Reibling: Significant Benefactors Paid Off Lunenburg Opera House Mortgage
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MacPolitics: Houston’s Tory Office Fielding Hundreds Of Calls About Americans Not Self-Isolating
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Thursday Edition, Below
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Lunenburg Loses Couple Dedicated To Philanthropy, Global Businesses, Restaurateurs And Heritage Development
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Sunday Edition, Below
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Extra! Extra! Ultimate Power Couple Seeks Butler For Swish HFX Condo & Chester Cottage-Mansion: A Dream Post For The Lucky Job Seeker
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We Get Mail: Reader Writes In From Chester Back Harbour: On Reports Of Americans Not Self-Isolating
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We Get Mail: Reader Writes Mansion At South Park/Rhuland Charming
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Alison Strachan This Week: A Very Berry Fabulous Recipe
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Halifax’s Tristan Mills Chats On Airbnb Trends In The City’s Downtown Core In A Pandemic
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A Chat With Kings Journalism Prof Kim Kierans, Named To Panel Designed To Right Size Newspaper Industry In Canada
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Ryerson’s Journalism Project: The Impact Of COVID On Canadian Media Outlets – Two Thousand Journalists Laid Off; Print Publications Suspend Or Permanently Killed Off
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Saturday Edition, Below
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Halifax Port: Attention Captain Gray, Lawyer John Young Should Be Top Of Mind For New Port-Community Liaison Committee
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Dec 27, 2019 | Business

We hope non-subscribers to The Macdonald Notebook enjoyed our Christmas gift of a free passcode during the holidays.

That passcode has now expired, so if you’re not yet a subscriber, considering supporting our compelling business and inside political coverage.

Thanks to our current subscribers for allowing my team and myself a news vehicle upon which to tell news stories in which we focus on providing exclusive news articles not found anywhere else.

Because of our readers’ patronage, we are marching on in the first quarter of 2020 to celebrate three years of me being a media entrepreneur.

With subscription and advertisement revenue, we employ a longtime newspaper and magazine editor as our Notebook copy editor, and we have the redoubtable Carol Dobson as a writer in Halifax, where we are also in the process of hiring another writer.

A total re-design of our website is in progress, but for now subscribers can access The Notebook’s stories through the easy to use Recent Issues button that lists all the news headlines in current editions. On a computer screen, the button is on the right, scroll down a bit, and on a smart phone, that Recent Issues button is on the bottom of your smart phone.

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