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Eddie Cornwallis

Stephen McNeil is no Danny Williams

So our small appliance repairman premier, Stephen McNeil, did “talk” with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau re: replacement hospital facilities for Halifax’s Victoria General site.
Well, golly, jeepers, that’s nice, isn’t it? Mr. Fixit and Glam Boy sitting down to “talk.”

Village Blacksmith Diaries

The Village Blacksmith Diaries...

Dear Diary: I’s too diserpointed to writes dis week, ’cause me communicable gal Floral Munroe has up and gone down de road. Be back next week.
— Steve

Frank Cameron

On pills, paintings & meatballs

A few years ago, I was forced to enroll in the Senior’s Pharmacare program.
I had a perfectly good drug plan through the CBC which served me well, but I still had to join Senior’s Pharmacare when I hit 65.

Frank Covers

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Feb
Global Halifax's shiny new package

Global Halifax's shiny new package

The FTSD, I know it sounds like some kind of a troublesome sexual thing, but it’s not, seriously, it’s actually the Frankland Talent Scouting Department, and we would be unforgivably remiss were we not to welcome to our bankrupt little backwater Ms. Andrea Dion, the fresh new morning face on Global TV throughout the Maritimes.  

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Jan
Minister Bob Coates and his Honeytrap Honey

Minister Bob Coates and his Honeytrap Honey

According to folklore, our three distinguished and thoroughly exhausted amigos broke from protocol. That is to say, rather than retiring to their respective guest rooms late that evening, they tried something a little bit different.

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Cape Breton Chit Chat

Tera takes on Big Jim in District 12

Two noted Whitney Pier residents appear poised to square off against one another in this fall’s municipal election.
Reached by Frank Magazine, Tera Camus confirms her plan to challenge longtime CBRM Councillor Jim MacLeod for his seat this October.

Tera’s typographical troubles

It’s been just over six years since the Chronicle Herald kicked Tera Camus, its longtime Cape Breton bureau chief, to the curb.

Media Madness

Good morning, Mr. Frank...

“Good morning boys and girls of the Grade IV Class, Frankland Collegiate...”
“Good Morning, Mr. Frank!”
“OK, where did we leave off last time? How about you, Beaver, do you know where we left off?”

Tera takes on Big Jim in District 12

Two noted Whitney Pier residents appear poised to square off against one another in this fall’s municipal election.
Reached by Frank Magazine, Tera Camus confirms her plan to challenge longtime CBRM Councillor Jim MacLeod for his seat this October.

Frank Letters

Letter of the Week/Separated at Birth

Dear Frank: I was so happy when Sheldon and Amy finally consummated their relationship. Chin up, Paul. If your long-lost fraternal twin can get a little action, you can, too!
Mae Ting, Dartmouth

Hell’s Angels, 101...

Dear Frank: Re: Cape Breton cops hounding us, Gate Keepers bikers complain, by Andrew Douglas, Frank 734.

Urban Undulations

Vagina knife girl’s mom goes to jail

It was Mother’s Day in court recently as an HRM woman was sentenced to two years in the clink for bilking her former employer out of nearly a quarter of a million dollars.
She had used the cash, she claimed in court, to support a major gambling addiction.

Brothers from another mother...

Figure this one out.
The movers and shakers, the international financier firms, the financier dudes and dudettes won’t do business with them anymore.

Speaker's Corner

Brothers from another mother...

Figure this one out.
The movers and shakers, the international financier firms, the financier dudes and dudettes won’t do business with them anymore.

Tera takes on Big Jim in District 12

Two noted Whitney Pier residents appear poised to square off against one another in this fall’s municipal election.
Reached by Frank Magazine, Tera Camus confirms her plan to challenge longtime CBRM Councillor Jim MacLeod for his seat this October.

Wanker of the Week

Wanker of the Week: Trailer Park Lucy

Poor Trailer Park Lucy.
While my organ has long feared she showed tell-tale signs of a particular rare and chronic condition, news out of Toronto confirms the worst: Lucy DeCoutere has a debilitating case of Glen Canning-itis.

Shocked and appalled ex-minnies

“It’s reached a crisis point.” “It’s a disgrace.” “It’s unfortunate.” These are the words of past provincial health ministers, uttered recently over the VG’s disgusting state of disrepair.
This sort of catastrophe doesn’t develop overnight with absolutely no warning signs.

Law & Disorder

Vagina knife girl’s mom goes to jail

It was Mother’s Day in court recently as an HRM woman was sentenced to two years in the clink for bilking her former employer out of nearly a quarter of a million dollars.
She had used the cash, she claimed in court, to support a major gambling addiction.

Rogue gov't firearm inspector's past life

After losing a $50,000 defamation case and having his on the job behaviour characterized by Justice Denise Boudreau as “callous,” “completely reckless,” and “appalling,” many Nova Scotians may have been left wondering how and why firearms inspector David Grimes remains employed by the province.

Guy Pothier

Is the Herald on a slide or on the brink

In 1911, Canada had 143 daily papers. It has never had as many dailies before or since.

Duelling historical paradigms

There are said to be two types of people: those who divide people into two categories, and those who don’t.

Bevboy's Radio Daze

Valley of Fear / South Shore

The agonies of a columnist

On Thursday morning, February 4, I got Ralph Surette on the blower at his Yarmouth County home.
He was struggling a bit. “Agonizing,” to use his word.

Northern N.S. News

N.G. radio guy offers dead air on tax woes

At Frankland Press Time, I was still waiting for comment from New Glasgow radio executive Mike Freeman on whether he planned to appeal a pair of recent tax court judgements levied against his company.