Noah Richler divides his time between Toronto and Sandy Cove, N.S. His most recent book is The Candidate: Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail, a finalist for the Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political
In an era when the intensity of hurricanes is expected to increase across Atlantic Canada, experts say major changes are needed to utility grids, shoreline defences and even the types of trees being planted.
We’re standing on what’s left of the sidewalk, contemplating the root ball of the century maple Dorian wrenched from the lawn. It’s upended over the street, clutching that chunk of missing sidewalk. The