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27
Apr
MacKay patriarch home for healing

MacKay patriarch home for healing

In the good news, if you will, out of Pictou County, we’re happy to report that after about five weeks in hospital, much of it spent in intensive care at the Halifax Infirmary, former Central Nova MP Elmer MacKay, 81, is back home.
A heart attack nearly did the Brian Mulroney- era cabinet minister in.
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27
Apr
And the award goes to...

And the award goes to...

As these things tend to be it was political theatre at its very finest.
Much of the rhetoric was over-the-top, some of the jokes fell flat. There was no shortage of politicians wearing novelty socks, catchy slogans, funny hats, tee-shirts, Nova Scotia tartan, cowbells, thundersticks.
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27
Apr
Hurrah for the Liberal Trained Seal tricks

Hurrah for the Liberal Trained Seal tricks

It was a busy few days under the Liberal Big Top.
There were general meetings and workshops; sessions and socials; keynote speakers and any variety of trained circus acts.
The thousands of Liberal Trained Seals applauded on cue. The self-congratulations, handshaking and backslapping were effusive. If not nauseating.
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27
Apr
Under the Liberal Big Top

Under the Liberal Big Top

The circus came to town the other day. It stayed for three days. Many people came out from all across the country. A lot of them dressed in red. Dogs can’t see red. But they can do tricks. Some of them.
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27
Apr
Thumbs up for Portia in the morning

Thumbs up for Portia in the morning

We are now officially in the post-Don Connolly Era as Portia Clark has settled in nicely as the new host of Halifax’s Information Morning on CBC Radio One.
The Digby County native has a few weeks under her belt on Mumford Road, and appears to have lived up to the Mother Corp. Hype surrounding her arrival.
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