Wednesday, September 18, 2019
I would like to thank all the seniors’ groups in Richmond County for their support over the last two years in trying to get affordable housing for seniors in Richmond County. I would like to thank Claire Doyle, Celeste...
A provincial newspaper has an article on the study carried out by some consultant regarding container terminals for this province. As usual, the report reflects the pattern which has not changed in my lifetime. Everything is to be in Halifax,...
The opioid epidemic that is gripping North America is an emerging issue for Nova Scotians and for our healthcare system. Misuse of opioids, such as hydromorphone, oxycodone and morphine, has been a significant problem in Nova Scotia for more than...
Earlier this year, the Liberal government launched a consultative process on Canada’s defence policy. While Conservatives remain skeptical of the government’s intentions, especially given this government’s tendency to embark upon endless consultative processes rather than make the hard decisions inherent...
The independence of the inshore lobster fishery is a goal we all support. It helps keep licenses in individual hands through the Owner-Operator policy and is important to the growth and preservation of our coastal communities. In the last few...
The Richmond County Literacy Network (RCLN) has established credible relations with community stakeholders and service providers and has a track record of spearheading new projects and initiatives over its 19 years in operation. Over the past few years, several Richmond...
My decision to run for the Leadership of the PC Party of Nova Scotia has taken me across the province, where I’m able to sit and listen to people’s ideas and hear their concerns on what is impacting them...
I would love to see Alberta and British Columbia not ban fracking but ban workers from the Maritimes. You would soon see people from the east coast look at fracking again. If fracking was so damaging, there would not be...
Recently, Nova Scotia achieved two major milestones on our climate change journey. We have reached an agreement-in-principle with the Government of Canada on Nova Scotia's approach to meeting federal emissions reduction goals. The agreement recognizes the great work of Nova...
Editor’s note: The following letter was written to the Minister of Municipal Affairs, Chuck Porter. Dear Mr. Porter, As a citizen of Richmond County, I have serious concerns regarding the recent actions of three...
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