Monthly Archives: October 2015

Déjà vu all over again? Maybe not.

I had a flashback while scrutineering the vote count Monday night in the basement of the South End Baptist Church in Dartmouth. As the DRO intoned the name “Darren Fisher” many too many times for my liking, there were echoes … Continue reading

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Health debate makes a blip on the campaign radar

The much-anticipated (by some) debate on health transfers put in a cameo in the federal election campaign this past week. On Wednesday the Liberals finally added a health care plank to their platform, promising $3 billion over four years for … Continue reading

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