She’s never been a fan of my organ. But in her mind, there’s a special level of hell reserved for those who furnish Frank Magazine with information.
The day after Alfie MacLeod got booted from the legislature by the Speaker of the House while attempting to hold Health Minister Leo Glavine’s feet to the fire on the troubling shortage of doctors in Cape Breton, the veteran Tory MLA appeared on CBC Cape Breton Mainstreet for a chat with hostess Wendy Bergfeldt.
And the fire in his belly on the issue hadn’t subsided one iota.
If you’re looking for a quick resolution — or any resolution, for that matter — to this Steve Sampson blackmail business, don’t hold your breath.
“We don’t have any suspects,” St. Peters RCMP district commander Sgt. Mark MacPherson tells me.
Argyle Developments head Joe Ramia likely takes forever to get ready in the morning.
“We’re a bit dismayed when we read in the media that we’re very bad negotiators, and that we’ve been hosed.”
That was the lament offered by Paul LaFleche, deputy minister of transportation, after discussing the new Yarmouth ferry deal at a March 30 meeting of the government’s Public Accounts Committee.
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