Posted December 7, 2018
Finance Minister Karen Casey is seeking advice from Nova Scotians in preparation for her next budget, so the province can “continue on a financially sustainable path with investments in programs, services and infrastructure that are important to Nova Scotians.”
Posted November 30, 2018
Nova Scotia’s 2018 tourism numbers are good, and further growth is possible, but there are obstacles—partly created by government policies.
Posted November 23, 2018
Now that the 2018 vote counting has ground its way to a conclusion, the campaign for the 2020 election in the United States is officially underway. The Democrats need to learn from this year’s experience.
It is normal for the President’s party to lose seats in the first midterm elections after he was elected. The Democrats lost 62 seats in the House and 6 Senators in the 2012 elections, two years after Obama was elected.
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Posted November 9, 2018
The football stadium proposed for Shannon Park is said to need a subsidy of $10-$11 million per year. It would be much higher.
Posted November 2, 2018
Halifax Liberal MP Andy Fillmore’s October 17th column on the future of the Port of Halifax has stimulated a lot of debate.
The difficulty is that he is grappling with the wrong questions.