KJIPUKTUK (Halifax) – You may well think that bad things happening to good people is basically what all the stories in the Nova Scotia Advocate are about. Welfare cuts, a polluting factory next door, people relying on food banks because minimum wage isn’t enough to survive on, that’s our kind of story.
True enough, but you’d be missing something pretty important, because the Nova Scotia Advocate is also all about people fighting back and speaking out.
The people we feature in our stories say this isn’t right, they organize, they rally, they research, and that’s a glorious thing.
So, dedicated to the courageous people we write about, this weekend’s video features a jewel of a song about fighting back (and winning) by the amazing Dave Gunning, who over the years has done more than his share in support of the fight to Clean Up the Pictou County Mill.
Check it out!
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