Posted November 26, 2021

Halifax’s Green Plan Must Fit Into The Bigger Picture

When municipalities begin to shrink it is very difficult to manage budgets. Tax revenue begins to dwindle but the same amount of infrastructure needs to be maintained. When there is a glut of housing prices go down and, eventually, so do assessments. Staffing levels are not easily reduced.
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Nova Scotia’s population continues to grow by 10,000 people and more per year. Both Halifax Regional Municipality and the provincial government proclaim themselves to be enthusiastic supporters but they risk getting in each other’s way.
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Nova Scotians hearing about proposals for the Atlantic Loop would do well to remember our distressing experience with the Muskrat Falls project.
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Premier Houston’s housing program is both broad and deep. It even earned some congratulations from the opposition leaders.
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The Houston government’s speech from the throne ran to more than 3,900 words. More than half of it was, consistent with the party’s platform, dedicated to reforms of health care delivery.

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