Monthly Archives: July 2017

An apple a day (or the NS Liberal Government) keeps the doctors away

Depending on who you ask, there is or there isn’t a problem in Nova Scotia. The term health care would seem to be straight forward. And yet it is a complex and profoundly inspired area, and it needs to be … Continue reading

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A council of false hope and the constant curse of betraying our trust

Living here is not all it’s cracked up to be. And I am not being melodramatic. It just gets really tiring dealing with the backward and often 1950s mindsets all around me. And it is really hard to have to … Continue reading

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Continuing the Cornwallis Conversation

As a descendant of European protestant settlers in Nova Scotia, who arrived here in June 1751, I have to say I have no recollection of spending  any great length of time on the history of the Founder of Halifax, Edward … Continue reading

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Picking Our Battles

by Trish Keeping Although not new, the manifestation of pejorative comments and unbecoming behaviour of some people in our widely professed “friendly province”, seems to have reached a new height. Along with that, there has been a rising of many … Continue reading

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