Over the last few weeks, Prime Minister Trudeau has been credibly accused by his own Attorney General, Jody Wilson-Raybould, of politically interfering in the criminal prosecution of a well-connected engineering firm. It’s now beyond dispute that he and his office...
In the last weeks, three political events have occurred: America (Trump) has become more demanding with NAFTA negotiations; Trump has suddenly pivoted towards Mexico on trade, thereby splitting (or attempting to split) the partners that might have stood firm...
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...
The Strait Area Chamber of Commerce wishes to congratulate those joining or returning to our region’s municipal councils. We also thank the many strong candidates who put their names forward to serve. This election has brought significant change to municipal...
Welcome to 2019 and my best to you and yours in the year ahead. This report will give you a summary of some of the things that have affected the constituency of Inverness over the past year, and some...
Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government recently passed a milestone. Sadly, it’s an expensive one for Canadian taxpayers. Our government’s market debt topped $1 trillion not long ago. That means Canadian taxpayers owe interest payments on $1 trillion in outstanding bills. It’s another...
Recently, Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Houston appointed me as the health critic for the PC Caucus. It is a big responsibility and one that I am taking very seriously. After all, access to good healthcare is fundamentally important to...
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...
By the year Canada became a nation, 150 years ago, Dugald Buchanan McNab had been serving the people of Cape Breton in various capacities for over 45 years, chiefly as a land surveyor. He was a native of Scotland, and...
Recently, the European Parliament voted in favour of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) that was negotiated between Canada and the European Union (EU). This agreement is a major economic development for Nova Scotia that will create good paying...
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