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The Digby Courier
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Digby – You’ll dig it once you know it
LETTER TO EDITOR: Doctors share perspectives of their work in Digby and explain why they are leaving
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Negativity on doctor issue damages the hard work and relationships we have been building
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Doctor recruitment and the messages people hear
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: A duty to care – thoughts on doctors leaving Digby
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: We U.S. residents value your friendship
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Let's support the Town of Yarmouth on the arts centre
YARMOUTH, N.S. – It is refreshing to see the Town of Yarmouth taking a significant leadership role in developing a major community facility for the area – a regional arts centre. Groups I worked with in the past had to debate ...
OP-ED: Organ and tissue donation awareness
The following is an op-ed from Karen Belliveau, the aunt of organ donor Mandi Diane LeBlanc of Church Point, Digby County. She write this for National Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Week, which was April 23-29. Mandi's last wish was ...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Health care system is complex
The celebration of collaborative practice article presents citizens of the area with hope and optimism regarding our lived experience of gaining timely care in this rural place. The Digby Area Health Coalition welcomes Doctors Bourget, Chang, ...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: 30th anniversary of Crime Stoppers
On behalf of Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers, I would like to remind everyone that January is Crime Stoppers Month and this marks the 30th Anniversary of Crime Stoppers in Nova Scotia. It is an opportunity for the various Crime Stoppers programs around ...
LETTER: Say a prayer for Westray Mine victims and survivors
Having worked there the one thing I wonder about every anniversary is how are those that survived making out. As there was no discussion about Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) back then these employees were left on their own to find a way to deal ...
LETTER: Do the math: School closures not the answer to demographic decline
Former Clare MLA Wayne Gaudet discusses the Digby school review process with municipal councillor David Tudor.I am writing about Digby Neck Consolidated School and the closure of Nova Scotia’s rural schools in ...
LETTER: A bus trip to remember: From Digby to Wolfville through the storm of the century
Feb. 2, 1976, Ground Hog Day, was a Monday. I remember because I had spent the weekend visiting my girlfriend in Digby, and was headed back for afternoon classes at Acadia University. I took the Acadian Lines Bus out of Digby at 11:05 and arrived ...
I would like to ask the churches this question. When was the last time that they helped the good folks in their community? Are you helping someone with their rent or mortgage, etc., with food, unemployed and can’t get a job or give a homeless person ...
Seeking Shirley: Can anyone help this Alberta woman find her Digby friend?
I asked her to send me the details in an email and I received that email today and have typed it up at the bottom of this article. If you have any information that may help Mrs. McDonald, you can post that info on our Facebook page or email me ...
LETTER: Another soccer referee calling it quits
We lose many young first and second year officials, 14 to 16-year-olds, because they are intimidated by coaches or parents. You can hardly blame them; being yelled at by an adult for doing their job is not something they expected nor is it much ...