So our small appliance repairman premier, Stephen McNeil, did “talk” with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau re: replacement hospital facilities for Halifax’s Victoria General site.
Well, golly, jeepers, that’s nice, isn’t it? Mr. Fixit and Glam Boy sitting down to “talk.”
Politicians do a lot of talking. Mr. Fixit likes to talk.
Welcome to the Bob Coates Extended Souvenir Memorial Edition of Frank Magazine. (Please see Pages 11-119.)
When the Tory defence minister resigned abruptly in February 1985, after revelations of his late night trek to a West German strip joint, it was big news. Big news here at home, and big news on the international front.
Events, particularly disasters, offer a propensity for people to connect. Metaphysically of course.
It’s not my pasttime to admire people. Particularly those involved the trade of journalism. Journalism, at home and abroad, is in a very sorry state.
A great unrelenting wave of puritanism continues to sweep over Mainstream Media. The raw material which today so fascinates mainstream journalists is nothing more than the hurt feelings of a populace easily offended.
Going back 50 years, making adjustment for the 2004-05 lockout season, from this current NHL season back to the 1965-66 season, the average number of Nova Scotians playing per season is 8.1.
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