If NSCAD were a paper mill

As students in Quebec continue their 14 week strike, students in Nova Scotia continue to be reminded that post-secondary education is not a priority for the Nova Scotia government. Students and faculty at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD), in particular, are bracing for severe funding cuts…
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What’s on the Agenda?

Remember in high school history when you learned about the very first nationwide protest for the nine-hour workday (May 1872) and the passing of the Trade Union Act the following month? No? What about when Saskatchewan launched the first provincial Medicare system (1962), and Canada followed suit with a national…
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