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Real Estate: Halifax Westend Home Goes For $120,000 Over Asking Price — Sources
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Tom Peters’ Golf Tour Takes Him To Highland Links In Ingonish
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PEI Notes: The Dunes Offers Unique Island Shopping Experience
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Meet A Millennial Entrepreneur: Hostel Owner Michelle Strum Follows Her Passion
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MacPolitics: John Risley Pours Cold Water On Website Attempting To Draft Him As Successor To Liberal Premier Stephen McNeil…But
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MacPolitics: Why A Liberal Leadership Bid From Lena Metlege Diab Should Be Taken Seriously
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MacPolitics: Bernard Mulls Over Liberal Leadership Bid, While Churchill, Regan & MacLellan Burn Up Phones Seeking Support
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MacPolitics: Could Danny Graham Again Lead Nova Scotia Liberals?
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MacPolitics: Nancy Regan Often Touted As Future Nova Scotia Liberal Leader
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Tuesday Edition, Below
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MacPolitics: Breaking News: John Risley For NS Liberal Premier? Draft Movement Backing Billionaire To Take Succeed Premier Stephen McNeil
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Now A Billionaire John Risley Had To Borrow $10,000 To Launch Clearwater Seafoods In 1976
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Sunday August 9th Edition – Have A Free Read
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Summertime & The Beaches Are Fun…But: A Chat With NS Lifeguard Service’s Paul D’Eon
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Exclusive: Atlantic Loblaw Customers Donate $300,000+ For Children’s Hospitals Via A $2 Donation At Check-outs In Just A Two-Week Period
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Exclusive: QE II Hospital Foundation Issues Security Breach Alert To Its 70,000 Home & Cottage Lottery Players – After Its International Supplier Was Hacked
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QE II Foundation’s Champion Bill Bean Retired After Logging 24-Years – He Made Mansion & Cottage Lotteries Famous In Nova Scotia
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MacPolitics: The NDP Political Intrigue Of Chester-St. Margaret’s Denise Peterson-Rafuse – Sure Sign Her Political Life Is Being Sidelined – Takes A New Day Job
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MacPolitics: Tim Houston’s Bold Nursing Home Policy Would Build New Nursing Homes, Create 2,500 Single Occupancy Rooms & Create 2,000 New Nursing Jobs
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MacPolitics: Would A Government Led By Tim Houston Balance Budgets? We Asked The NS PC Leader This Question
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MacPolitics: With Premier Stephen McNeil Bowing Out, What Is Next For The Governing Party?
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MacPolitics: Why Sean Fraser Would Be Real Competition In Race To Replace Premier Stephen McNeil
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MacPolitics: Scott Brison As Premier – Tiny Village Of Cheverie Would Become Power Centre – Once Again
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Notebook Archives: David Hennigar On Clifford Brison & Whether There’s Another Political Life For Scott Brison
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Alison Strachan: Edith Morash’s Lunenburg’s Blueberry Buckle – Dutch Oven Cookbook
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A Maritime Photo Moment: Jon Dimick’s Chester Artwork Includes 1902 Photograph Of The World’s First Seven-Masted Schooner
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Part II: Boston Financier Of Seven-Masted Schooner Had A Nova Scotia Connection
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Saturday Edition, Below: More Free Stories
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MacPolitics: Mark Boudreau Mulls Over Halifax Run For Tories In Next Election – Believes Peter MacKay Can Defeat Popular Liberal Andy Fillmore
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MacPolitics: Tory Showdown In Chester-St. Margaret’s: A Real Battle Between Julie Chaisson & Danielle Barkhouse
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MacPolitics: Truro’s Dennis James Chats On Liberal Leadership, McNeil’s Greatest Legacies, & John Savage’s Toll Highway
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MacPolitics: Scott Brison As Premier Would Enjoy Support Of Regional Billionaire Set; Brison’s A Darling Of Top Business Titans
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MacPolitics: Why Scott Brison’s Ambitions To Become Premier Would Get Support From The Region’s Top Liberal Strategist – Chris MacInnes Often Entertained In Cheverie
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MacPolitics: When Scott Brison & Max St. Pierre Once Hosted The Season’s Must Attend BBQ It Attracted Who’s Who To Cheverie Shores
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Notebook Archives: Revisiting A 2019 Chat With Regional Billionaire John Risley: ‘Scott Brison’s Political Career Represented By Being An Engine Of Ideas & Good Public Policy’
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Friday Edition, Below: More Free Stories
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