Monthly Archives: December 2017

Politics of carbon pricing becoming farcical

(Note to readers of Nova Scotia Observer: This is my final post at this site. Future posts will be on my new blog http://www.starrspoint.com. Please check it out.) ****** Observing the controversy surrounding New Brunswick’s carbon-pricing plan announced late last … Continue reading

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Federal government jobs in Atlantic Canada still dropping

It appears the Atlantic Region – particularly Nova Scotia – is still experiencing a drop in federal employment. The Trudeau government recently released data on the “Population of the Federal Public Service by Geographic Region” to March 31, 2017. It … Continue reading

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Despite polls, Liberals whistle past economic graveyard

There were a couple of items of interest in the latest quarterly Corporate Research Associates (CRA) poll[1] on political preferences in Nova Scotia. First off was the piece making the headlines – the finding from polling carried out last month … Continue reading

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