Trevor J. Adams (@HalifaxEditor )

Trevor J. Adams

Bio Editor of @HalifaxMagazine. Halifax, Nova Scotia, editing, journalism, magazines, history, sports, beer, politics, and combinations thereof.
Location Halifax
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Account created 03-04-2009 13:04:59
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Twitter Web App : Trevor J. Adams Some drivers literally think they're a different class of "taxpayer" than peds, with enhanced entitlement to road usage. Gov't safety literature with nonsense "shared responsibility" language really doesn't help.

Twitter Web App : The pandemic has provided exciting new avenues of expression for the "blame Halifax" streak that runs through parts of this province.

Twitter Web App : The company that owns Halifax Magazine (plus a bunch of other magazines and newspapers) is currently hiring for journalist, sales, marketing, and production positions. twitter.com/Advocate1891/s…

Twitter Web App : The company that owns Halifax Magazine (plus a bunch of other magazines and newspapers) is currently hiring for journalist, sales, marketing, and production positions. twitter.com/Advocate1891/s…

Twitter Web App : Ugh, I’m working on a piece about writers who bury the lede, and I don’t have any idea on how to start.

Twitter Web App : She grew up in poverty, before building a criminal enterprise that was known around the world: the true story of Halifax madam Ada McCallum. Halifax Magazine historical report by Dorothy Grant, originally published December 2019. halifaxmag.com/blog/ada-mccal…

Twitter Web App : "The RCMP recognizes the need to provide the factual account of what transpired this past April," says Cpl. Lisa Croteau, while refusing to do so.

Twitter Web App : Every time a story like this emerges, RCMP spokespeople like Cpl. Lisa Croteau refuse to answer questions, claiming the inquiry prevents them from doing so. That's a lie. There is no legal reason they can't answer media questions; refusing to do so is a PR strategy. twitter.com/CBCNS/status/1…

Twitter Web App : Ciel Crosby The theory is such a funny mix of ignorance and arrogance. Yeah, I definitely want to drive hours to shop in smaller stores in communities where people are generally taking fewer precautions.

Twitter Web App : Here's how we did it: "Your gathering is too risky. We're not going." twitter.com/CTVAtlantic/st…

Twitter Web App : I'm guessing some self-appointed rural spokesman who likes tilting at urbanite strawmen will take great offence at the preceding tweet.

Twitter Web App : Hearing a recurring theory from non-HRM Nova Scotia about hordes of disease-ridden Haligonians fanning out to places like Bridgewater and Truro, spreading COVID willy-nilly. Which interestingly juxtaposes with the fact that almost all the new cases are in the Central Zone.

Twitter Web App : If people buy battery systems from the same organization responsible for the blackouts, that's a big disincentive for that company to work to keep the lights on. Essentially, it's monetizing service failures. twitter.com/nspowerinc/sta…