Posted July 30, 2021

Health Care: More Thoughtfulness In Party Promises Would Be Welcome

The McNeil government established an enviable track record of balanced budgets and fiscal discipline. The COVID epidemic has thrown spending caution out the window provincially and federally, not that there was much caution in Ottawa.
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Nova Scotian electricity consumers have seen their bills go up and up. The reasons for that are well hidden.
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Nova Scotians have been asked to meet the most rigorous criteria in Canada prior to opening up. They have responded both in observing public health measures and lining up for vaccines.
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Tuesday’s announcement about vaccine rollout was misleading in a way that mostly went unnoticed. The same day’s abrupt reversal of direction on travel restrictions made all the news.
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Dr. Robert Strang is deservedly well-liked and respected. He is warm, knowledgeable, and a good communicator. That does not mean he is always right.
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