Posted November 20, 2020

The Need For Affordable Housing Continues To Be Neglected

There is a serious shortage of affordable housing in Nova Scotia, largely concentrated in Halifax. It is due in part to the municipality’s enviable growth rate and to chronic inattention from the province.
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The Bear River First Nation together with the Annapolis Valley and Acadia bands occupy the Kespu’kwitk district. They assume and exercise resource stewardship responsibilities over their part of southwest Nova Scotia. They are paying a price for being reasonable and responsible.
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There was much to celebrate in the results of Nova Scotia’s municipal elections. The upcoming American elections are more problematic.
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Once again, the Trudeau Liberals are making things worse by doing nothing. The greatest damage is to Sipekne’katik fishers.
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Growing our population has been a success story in recent years and is crucial to Nova Scotia’s future. COVID has put a dent in arrivals. What will be the longer-term consequences?
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