Posted October 19, 2018

Cape Breton University Is On A Roll

University education can be a wonderful source of export earnings and immigration attraction for Nova Scotia.

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The government is completing its plan to replace the QEII Health Sciences Centre structures at the VG site. That is an expensive, but perhaps necessary, choice. A quicker and much less expensive initiative would be to rebuild the management structure that operates it and the rest of the Nova Scotia Health Authority.

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The future direction for Nova Scotia’s population may be changing. If so, a lot of planning will have to be rethought.

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The outcome of the negotiations on NAFTA is a matter of considerable importance to Canada’s economic prospects.

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The Nova Scotia Health Authority’s (NSHA) Need a Family Practice registry (NFP) may be a good way to connect people to a physician willing to take more patients, but it does not provide useful information about how many of them there are.

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