By Andrew Macdonald A Notebook Circulation Desk Message: ‘PM Mulroney Would Be Delighted To Renew Notebook Subscription' The Notebook tries to take Mondays off - since we work over the weekend with editions being published Saturday and Sunday. But, the plan to take a...
A Message From The Notebook Circulation Department: ‘PM Mulroney Would Be Delighted To Renew Notebook Subscription’ – No Kidding!
A Subscription To The Notebook Supports Compelling Local Journalism & A Notebook Advertisement Campaign Reaches Thousands Of Movers & Shakers: 8,000 Folk Visited Our Popular Website In The Last Month!
By Andrew Macdonald
The Macdonald Notebook has had record individual user visits to our website – since last weekend.
Our readership measurements show us that since the weekend, and up to this morning, Thursday, August 27th, 2020 we have had 3,900 Individuals visit our business and political website.
In the last 30-days, our readership measures as totaled by Google Analytics shows a record unique IP visit totaling nearly 8,000 individual visits to our website.
Not bad, for an upstart media website that finished its third year as an independent Nova Scotia news company.
These readership measurement figures as contained in my Google Analytics page can be taken to the bank.
The Killing Of Pugwash Pet Crow, Konjo (Part IV) – A Gulf Of Maine Lobster Fisherman Befriends A Seagull & Rescues It From Leg Injury
By Andrew Macdonald Further to our special journalism feature published Sunday on The Killing Of Pugwash Pet Crow, which Jill Mundle’s nine-year-old daughter, Mya named him Konjo - meaning beautiful, I asked Hope for Wildlife’s Hope Swinimer the age span of a crow....
The Killing Of A Pet Crow, Part II: Hope For Wildlife’s Hope Swinimer: ‘Destroying the Crow Was Unethical, We Could Have Rehabilitated It Back To The Wild’
By Andrew Macdonald Killing Of A Pet Crow: Hope Swinimer’s Hope For Wildlife Says There Were Options - Including Her Animal Rescue Operation Hope For Wildlife’s founder and visionary, Hope Swinimer says the killing of a pet crow on a beach in Pugwash was unnecessary....
The Killing Of A Pet Crow: Pugwash’s Jill Mundle In Her Own Words On The Crow Her Family Named Konjo
By Andrew Macdonald Killing Of A Pet Crow: Jill Mundle In Her Own Words This week there has been a lot of media reports about the killing of a pet crow at the hands of a Lands & Forestry wildlife officer, dispatched to an isolated beach in Pugwash. The government...
The Killing Of A Pet Crow: Part III: Lands & Forestry’s Media Agent Defends Wildlife Officer’s Shooting Of A Crow
By Andrew Macdonald Lands & Forestry’s Media Spokesperson Defends The Killing of a Pet Crow The NS Lands & Forestry department, underscoring how sensitive the killing of Pugwash pet crow, named Konjo by Jill Mundle’s nine-year-old daughter, would not make a...