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VIBERT: Public perception of health care sags
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Businesses should share the pension pain
VIBERT: Breached site was ‘high risk’ for some
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VIBERT: ‘Best care’ impossible in stressed emergency
VIBERT: Forest sector will fight for Northern Pulp
The battle lines are drawn, but the battle is not yet joined. When Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil conceded in year-end interviews that the future of Northern Pulp’s Pictou County mill is very much in doubt, his words didn’t ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: On the road to pension poverty
So the New Year ticked in and, in the process, your paycheque changed. OK, it probably changed in a couple of ways, but I’m most interested in one change: a small increase in premiums for the Canada Pension Plan (CPP). If no ...
VIBERT: Province doesn’t have Hantsport’s back
A natural disaster has beset Hantsport and environs and seems to serve as a cautionary tale for other Nova Scotia communities, particularly those at risk from rising sea levels. The provincial government does not have your back. It doesn’t ...
VIBERT: Liberals trying to avoid repeat of ’18
Liberals across the land rang out the old year with a hearty “good riddance” and rang in the new with hopes that 2019 will not resemble 2018 at all. This year, the federal government, along with Liberal governments in Newfoundland and ...
VIBERT: Statistics tell tale of two parts of one province
Nova Scotia’s growing population has become a point of pride for the provincial government, so it sneaks the line into statements and news releases with increasing regularity. “This past year was one of impressive records and firsts in ...
VIBERT: Nova Scotia government’s authoritarian tilt in 2018
Almost from the start, more than five years ago, Nova Scotia’s Liberal government has betrayed a bit of an authoritarian tilt. In the government’s first term, the tendency presented as an affinity for legislated, rather than ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Tip-toeing through the resolution minefield
Oh, it’s resolution time again — and I’m horrible at resolutions. I resist temptation fine in the morning when I’m shaving, because I’m only just awake, but it’s pretty much downhill every passing ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Self-service in the temples of travel
Beneath the great arches of Toronto’s Pearson airport, passengers scurry like tiny beetles, luggage piled high on carts while, high above them, instead of the ringing of cathedral bells, the public address system intones its sometimes-cryptic ...
VIBERT: Will McNeil run again?
Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil loves his job and takes some joy in the progress Nova Scotians are making by working together, so why wouldn’t he run again? That slightly saccharine and entirely rhetorical question came in response to a ...
VIBERT: Auditor general says Department of Health has failed Nova Scotians
Another auditor general’s report, another warning to Nova Scotians that their health-care system suffers under poor leadership and a lack of direction. From turf battles and confusion over roles among the various bureaucracies, to the ...