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Get out and enjoy the weekend!

Take It to the Tiki final round w/Quiet Parade, Like A Motorcycle,
Regal Beagle, Adam Washburn at the Harbourfront Lpunge
Irish Mythen, Heather Green, Jess Healy at the Company House
Quake, Dylan Guthro at the Carleton

Hart Surf Co launch party w/Dead Horse Beats, Wet Paint at the Seahorse

Justin Rutledge at the Carleton

Justin Rutledge, "Downtown"

Theo Fleury's new book on abuse, addiction and recovery


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What some parents want from the Education Minister

Many Nova Scotians will be anticipating the Education Minister's action plan to be announced later today. This is Karen Casey's response to Myra Freeman's review of the public school system. Charla Dorrington is President of the Nova Scotia Federation of Home and School Associations.

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Bill Black and Ralph Surette weigh in on the Bluenose II rebuild saga

Auditor General Michael Pickup looked at the Bluenose II rebuild in a report he issued yesterday ... and he didn't like much of what he saw. Bill Black is a columnist for the Chrionicle Herald and a former business leader. Ralph Surette is a freelance journalist living in Yarmouth County.

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Are vaccines losing their punch?

Lately, we've heard several troubling stories about vaccines that don't work. Doctor Joanne Langley is a pediatric infectious disease specialist at the Canadian Centre for Vaccinology in Halifax.

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Science Corner: Embracing the Age of Man

Bob Fournier tells us why scientists are calling this epoch Anthropocene.

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A for Adventure: Get the skis out!

Jan Sebastian La Pierre embraces the snow with an afternoon of cross-country skiing.

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Anticipating AG's report on Bluenose dollars

Kevin Lacey has written extensively about this project. He is Atlantic Director with the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.

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Hoping to settle the lobser levy question

Geoff Irvine is executive director of the Lobster Council of Canada.

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