Friday, January 18, 2019
As Remembrance Day approaches, I would like to pay tribute to the amputee veterans who founded The War Amps, which marks its 100th anniversary this year. On returning from the First World War, they came together to help each other...
The United States Mexico Canada Agreement is an updated, modernized North American trade agreement that is good for Canada and good for Canadians. It is the result of Canada being tough at the negotiation table, united at home, and getting...
The Melford container terminal being developed by Richie Mann and his group has the opportunity to proceed now. The two major articles in The Chronicle Herald, one by Peter Pziobrowski and the other by Bernard Smith, make it clear that...
At our last meeting, joined by my colleagues in both opposition parties, I walked out of the Public Accounts Committee for which I am the chair. We did this to show the united disdain we felt for what has...
October 1-5 is Seniors Week. As Minister of Seniors, and an older adult myself, I’m asking everyone to celebrate and recognize older Nova Scotians in their communities. Older adults continue to show leadership in Nova Scotia. Whether they are running their...
Nova Construction has submitted a tender bid for secondary road upgrades in the Seaview area. The contract covers Grant and Sporting Mountain Roads. To my knowledge of this contract, I do not know if the contract will involve work on...
Global trade impacts the lives of middle-class Canadians every day. From the blueberries you put in your oatmeal in the morning, to the mackerel you cook at night for dinner, Canadians are very much a part of important global relationships...
Bullying today goes far beyond the playground, campus, or workplace; it can be on-line and quickly seen and shared by many, where the victim has no escape. The rapid growth of smartphones, social media and the anonymity of the on-line...
Editor’s note: The following letter was sent to Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil. Dear Premier; Thank you for commissioning the Independent Review of Forest Practices in Nova Scotia. The subject is complex, and public interest is keen. Along with other forest...
Bill Lahey’s Independent Forestry Review Report is a long-awaited vindication of what many woodlot owners, harvesters, and environmentalists have been saying for years: we need a forestry industry that leaves a significant portion of forest intact for the next...
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