Tuesday, November 13, 2018
We are writing to express our deep concern with the reduction of hours for librarians within the Strait regional centre for education. Based on the findings of both the Glaze Report and the Report on Inclusive Education, the hours of...
Since announcing my candidacy as a PC Leadership candidate, one of my pillars is to transform Nova Scotia’s economy. For too long, this province has been a place where unemployment and high taxes have become the norm. I have expressed my...
As we are all aware of the many wild fires burning across Canada every year, one place that comes to my mind is St. Peter’s Provincial Battery Park. The park holds fifty-plus camping sites high on a hilltop overlooking the...
When my parents immigrated from the Netherlands to Nova Scotia, they wanted a fresh start. They knew that building a new life in a new place wouldn’t be easy. They knew it would take hard work. Guided by a...
Recently my wife Betty and I were relaxing with our glasses of wine while patiently waiting for the full moon’s lunar glow to peek from behind the clouds. During our hour of observation, two cars drove past our home. I...
We all know someone impacted by a chronic illness such as COPD, diabetes, obesity or arthritis. Often this means repeated trips to the doctor’s office, emergency room or, worst case, nights in the hospital. As a province, we are already spending...
During the last federal election, Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau announced that if elected, he would not institute a toll on Montreal’s new Champlain Bridge—a $4.2 billion project. On May 29th 2018, the Auditor General of Canada reported that the...
We are very concerned about the state of healthcare in Cape Breton following the McNeil government’s recent announcement to close the Northside and New Waterford hospitals. The government abruptly made this decision to cancel important services without any concrete...
Canadian workers have been facing a direct threat to their livelihood for months. And despite having over a year to prepare for this situation, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government have made it clear that they don’t...
Residents on Grant, Morrison and Mountain Roads in Richmond County, once again, are experiencing clouds of dust this summer. A clear blue sky changes to brown in a flash while driving on the three roads mentioned. No dust control was...
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