Monthly Archives: November 2015

Politics have driven up the cost of health administration

There was a minor dust-up in the legislature last week about the cost of merging Nova Scotia‚Äôs nine district health authorities into one. Conservative Leader Jamie Baillie, reacting to numbers released through Freedom of Information, accused the government of trying … Continue reading

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Liberal Electricity Plan: Some guys have all the luck

The Liberals, whose victory two years ago owed much to the claim they could do a better job than the NDP with the power file, brought in their electricity manifesto last week, with legislation to follow. Grandly titled Our Electricity … Continue reading

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Same old song from the AG – and it’s still off key

The provincial Auditor General delivered another of his regular reports on matters financial last week, and once again sermonized about our dire fiscal condition. It marked the second time in less than a year that Michael Pickup saw fit to … Continue reading

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