Posted October 15, 2021

Affordable Housing Programs Are Not Relevant To The Homeless

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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Nova Scotia’s population grew by just over 10,000 people in the 12 months ending July 1st, 2021, and there is potential for that growth to accelerate. Prudent planning is needed to capture the opportunity.
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Opinion polls show the Conservatives and Liberals in a tight race. The safe bet is that we will have another minority government. After narrowly trailing Erin O’Toole two weeks ago, Justin Trudeau is now a nudge ahead, all well within the margin for polling error.
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The seeds of the Liberal defeat in the Nova Scotia election were planted eight years ago.
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Affordability of housing was an important issue in the provincial election and is again in the federal contest. Some of the proposals are useful, some are a waste of taxpayer money, and some do more harm than good.
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