Posted July 29, 2022

Federal Money To Support Renewable Energy Is Welcome. Keep It Simple.

On July 21st the federal government announced investments of $255 million in renewable power in Nova Scotia, of which $130 million is for batteries and the rest for wind projects. Some of the value is reduced by making the projects serve other agendas. Read More »

The “Ivany Report” on Nova Scotia’s future was released in February 2014. It was officially titled “Now or Never, an Urgent Call to Action” and began with words of alarm:

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Pierre Poilievre was just five years old when Jean Charest was elected to parliament at the age of 26. Poilievre was a year younger than that when elected in an Ottawa area riding in 2004. Read More »

Canada’s Conservatives will elect their new leader Saturday, September 10. The preferential voting procedures give equal weight to constituencies, except that those having fewer than 100 members will get less in proportion to the shortfall.

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Nova Scotia Power (NSPI) has picked an inconvenient time to ask for bigger profits. Customers are facing rate increases of 10% over three years. They are also being buffeted by spikes in costs for gasoline, foods, and housing. Read More »