By Andrew Macdonald A Notebook Advertising Campaign Will Reach 5,000 Folk - From Savvy Millennials To Other NS-HFX Movers & Shakers - We Reach All Age Groups By Andrew Macdonald Growing since its launch in March 2017, The Macdonald Notebook is now read by up to...
A Notebook Advertising Campaign Would Reach Savvy Millennials To Sophisticated Entrepreneurs Of All Ages – We reach 5,000 Folk
Coronavirus: Noted HFX Realtor Denise MacDonell Weighs In On Meaning Of Pandemic: Compassion & Kindness Abounds In Face Of Deadly Disease
Denise MacDonell is a prominent realtor living in Halifax, and from the Antigonish large and influential Clan MacDonell. She is with Red Door Realty, and I asked her to weigh in on the meaning of the coronavirus on the real estate industry in Halifax & Nova...
Self Isolating Or Otherwise?: Consider Fabulous Take Out Meals From Halifax’s Very Best Middle Eastern Fare Offering: Shiraz Restaurant On Hollis Street
By Andrew Macdonald
With Nova Scotia restaurants being mandated by the Nova Scotia government to close their seating areas, and only serve take-out food, I’d like to plug an independent Downtown Halifax eatery.
Operated by a husband and wife, originally from far away lands, Shiraz Restaurant has been my go-to place for fine foods.
The hard-working restaurateurs opened their shop in Downtown Halifax in 2010. His name is MOHAMMAD TABESH, and she is ZAHRA HAJIMOHAMMADY, although I call her Sophie.
Billing itself as offering The Flavors of Persia, this two-person shop delivers its meals via Uber Eats, in Halifax.
By Alison Strachan
As the Covid-19 situation around the world, and in Nova Scotia, continues to unfold and now with two of my family members in self-isolation, I decided to plan ahead on what to do now as I practice social distancing and what to do to keep busy if self-isolation becomes necessary.
Before considering options, here’s a personal tip from me: Whatever you choose to do to keep busy or pass time, set your watch, phone, or whatever you use as a timer for one or two-hour intervals. When the alarm goes off, it’s your reminder to stop, take a deep breath … or two … or three …, and drink some water. Deep breathing and water are simple and key wellness strategies, along with a good night’s sleep, that we often forget about in times of stress and anxiety.
Here’s my work-in-progress resource list.
Coronavirus: Even AA Meetings Being Cancelled In Metro Halifax – Here’s The Good News: Online AA Meetings Offer Solace To Recovering Addicts
By Andrew Macdonald Free article - subscription paywall removed so this message will reach a wider audience Coronavirus: News For Recovering Addicts: AA Meetings Online In Halifax, even recovering alcoholics and druggies are being severely impacted by the coronavirus...
By Andrew Macdonald Al Hollingsworth is a Giant of NS Political & Sports Journalism. His 50-year-plus news career continues today, as he hosts shows on CIOE not for profit community radio station, based in Lower Sackville. In the 1980s, he was the lead NS...
MacPolitics: Free Archived Article: Re-Visiting Tory Leadership Hopeful Erin O’Toole’s Policy Platform To ‘Take Canada Back From Trudeau’
By Andrew Macdonald I’ve made my Feb. 14th, 2020 Part III chit chat Erin O’Toole free to read. In this article, the contestant to head up the federal Conservative party addresses his policy platform - and answers what he means by his campaign slogan: ‘Let’s Take...
By Andrew Macdonald
A Red Tory or a Blue Conservative?
Erin O’Toole spoke with The Macdonald Notebook last weekend while attending the Nova Scotia Tory AGM, and also taking in a visit to his Fall River in-laws. This is Part 3 of Sunday’s 30-minute chat with the federal Conservative leadership hopeful on his policy platform. I ran Part 1 on Monday about his significant history once living in Halifax, and Part 2 in my Thursday edition, about his position on gay marriage and abortion.
Question: Are you a Red Tory — a Progressive Conservative — or aligned with the Canadian Alliance elements of the Conservative party, a right winger in this campaign?
A Notebook Advertising Campaign Will Reach 5,000 Folk – From Savvy Millennials To NS-HFX Movers & Shakers – We Reach All Age Groups
Growing since its launch in March 2017, The Macdonald Notebook is now read by up to 1,500 readers each week or five thousand readers each month!
With a weekly readership from the Nova Scotia-Halifax community of movers and shakers, The Macdonald Notebook is read by members of government, captains of industry, the pillars of business, and the titans of finance.
There is no surer way to make sure your message reaches your target demographic.
By Andrew Macdonald As part of my new focus on up and coming millennial entrepreneurs, I sat down with Dave Culligan who just days ago expanded his Halifax-headquartered video production, content, branding and strategy advice agency firm into Toronto. He is the...