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In 2016, according to Statistics Canada, 92.5 per cent of Canadians aged 12 and older, or roughly 27.3 million people, reported that they were satisfied or very satisfied with life. This is a very interesting statistic and I often...
Women represent over half of the Canadian population but hold only 26 per cent of the seats in the House of Commons. This is wrong. In the 150-year history of our country, only nine women from Nova Scotia have been...
On March 8, International Women’s Day, women from around the world will join together with a shared purpose. We will reflect on the amazing strides we have made and how much more we have to do to achieve gender...
The Progressive Conservative Caucus is serious about shining the light on government decisions, holding them to account and allowing them the opportunity to discuss their decisions. That’s how democracy works and we are committed to fighting for it. Lately, the Liberal...
Trust is the most important part of a relationship, closely followed by communication. If you have those two things, everything else falls into place. Canadians and all people should be skeptical of government power and should ask hard questions: What...
Editor’s note: The identity of the author of this Letter to the Editor has been confirmed but withheld for privacy reasons. I purchased a fraudulent inspection sticker thinking it would buy me time to save money to do the needed...
To let you the readers know, this Letter to the Editor that you are reading marks 31 years and my 139th letter to be published in newspapers throughout Nova Scotia. My letters date back to 1988 and the first Letter...
Recently I have read articles in the provincial media concerning the Port of Halifax’s inability to handle and store cargo from the ships that are extremely large. Suggestions have been made to develop the Dartmouth side of the harbour. Has...
The House of Commons resumed sitting last week for the final time before Canadians go to the polls later this year. As we approach the next federal election, I would like to highlight some of the federal government’s accomplishments during...
Last week, the Liberal government said if Nova Scotians want to know how much they are paying for the secret Liberal ferry deal, they’d have to take the government to court. Your tax dollars pay for the deal, but the...
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