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16
Jun

Jamie Baillie 1; Preem Steve: 0

Looks more and more like Tory Leader Jamie Baillie is the leader Nova Scotians thought they had voted into office last October when Stephen McNeil was plucked out of political obscurity.
Ballie’s no-nonsense, decisive, brutally honest response to lay-about, lazy Hants West MLA Chuck Porter, 49, is a defining moment.

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16
Jun

Nova Scotia Government-in-Exile demands soup & Imodium

At the Halifax Farmer’s Market the other morning, I heard two squat little grey-haired men talking. Both men looked to be well past the 65-year mark, and taking on water at an alarming rate.
It became clear to me that they were talking about Jeremy Akerman’s new Former N.S. MLA Association.

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16
Jun
Moncton observer’s notebook

Moncton observer’s notebook

-    First and foremost, should there be a conviction, or a guilty plea, let’s hope neo-con Justice Minister Peter MacKay has the Criminal Code of Canada revamped in time for a Justin Bourque Day of Reckoning.

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16
Jun
Preem Steve’s two big mistakes

Preem Steve’s two big mistakes

News of great import: I have received my copy of the new book Premier Stephen McNeil: A Story of a Nova Scotia Family. A full review later.
For now, I have been leafing through the thing looking for signs of Churchillian leadership on Preem Steve’s part. I would prefer better signs than:

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16
Jun
Six CBRM musketeers take Niagra Falls

Six CBRM musketeers take Niagra Falls

Christina Lamey, communications guru for Cecil Clarke, the well-travelled mayor of impoverished Cape Breton Regional Municipality, has promised a full accounting, re: the recent FCM junket.
FCM is the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, the nationwide lobby group which likes to think of itself as “the voice of municipal government” in Canada. They have a splashy AGM each year.

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