Tuesday’s Headlines

POLITICS

CHARLOTTETOWN – Charlottetown looks to tax transient traders [CBC]
MONCTON – Protest targets bilingualism proposal [Times Transcript]

URBAN GREEN

N.L. – N.L. the worst recycler in Canada: StatsCan [CBC]
ATLANTIC REGION – Clean-energy pledge falls short [Chronicle Herald]
HALIFAX – New emissions rules may hurt cruise biz [Metro]

DEVELOPMENT

HALIFAX – Video Visions of Halifax: Paul MacKinnon [Haligonia]
HALIFAX – Public Housing Goes Private [Halifax Media Co-op]
FREDERICTON – Hilton projects gets green light [Daily Gleaner]
N.B. – U.S. support for Lepreau 2 [Telegraph Journal]

COMMUNITY

HALIFAX – Saint Mary’s student count Crystal Crescent’s critters [Metro]
HALIFAX – Archive Zine Archive in the Roberts Street Social Centre celebrates five prolific years [Halifax Media Co-op]

OTHER NEWS

ST. JOHN’S – Convention bookings solid till 2017 [Telegram]