Sunday, September 26, 2004 has a new home was moved yesterday from its previous home in the basement of the building on the corner of Quinpool and Windsor, to its new home in Purdy's Wharf. I think it likes it there. Better view.

In other news, Old Navy opens in Moncton on September 30th. Why Moncton and not Halifax, you ask? I can't be certain, but I feel confident that it has something to do with the ability to open on Sundays.

Wednesday, September 8, 2004

Sunday shopping plebiscite

It's that time again. Time to think about Sunday shopping. Surely you didn't forget about the pain and the anguish we went through at the end of the Christmas shopping season when it went away? Well, on Oct 16th there is a municipal election for the Halifax Regional Municipality. Attached to this election is a plebiscite for which you can make your voice heard on the issue of Sunday shopping.

It's been said time and again on the news lately that the people most in favour of Sunday shopping are also those who are least likely to vote, so we have to do something to change that. Get all your slack-ass friends (that means students too) off their asses and get them to the polls so we can go buy shit whenever we want to. DO IT.