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1997


January 10 - Dispersal of Africville's people was cultural genocide

January 24 - Chief Rita M. Smith: nobody's doormat


Febuary 7 - Acadians: how politically neutral were they?

Febuary 21 - Acadians: stuck between a rock and a hard place


March 7 - Scots: alive and trying to retain their culture

March 21 - Patti Doyle-Bedwell: Mi'kmaq woman triumphs at law school


April 4 - Sales taxes are an unfair burden for the poor

April 18 - Papa Jean's paternalism hurts women's movement


May 2 - Is there a good place left to eat in Nova Scotia

May 16 - Potpourri: politicians, parties, perspective

May 30 - Leonard Kitz: human rights trailblazer


June 13 - Good restaurants guide needed in Nova Scotia

June 27 - Mockery of democracy; Third World highways


July 11 - Needed: a vaccine to cure political arrogance

July 25 - Mi'kmaq, Acadian relationship built on respect


August 8 - Making a mountain out of a molehill

August 22 - Hopefully, Fontaine will be a people's person


September 5 - Honesty might clear up murky financial waters

September 19 - Itís time to crackdown on all traffic offences


October 3 - Scots fell victim to Cornwallis before Mi'kmaqs

October 17 - Beneath the Indian Act, many problems fester

October 31 - Mi'kmawey 1997: an informative, inspiring event


November 14 - Citizens must put Canada before mother countries

November 28 - Socialism not solution to societal problems


December 12 - Kudos for the Nova Scotia Barristers' Society

December 26 - Welcome to Fort Paul


 

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