Halifax Convention Centre Myth-Busting

On Tuesday, April 29 at Halifax City Hall, the Mayor and Council will (perhaps for the last time) hear from the public and debate the merits of supporting the construction of the proposed new downtown Halifax convention centre. Before the governments of Canada, Nova Scotia, and HRM give at least…
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Don’t throw taxes under the bus

As Ontario inches toward a potential spring election showdown, Premier Kathleen Wynne is making clear that she wants public transit to become the ballot box question. That’s heartening, because there is majority public support for greater transit investments after too many years of political and traffic gridlock. But it looks…
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Unfortunate outcome to a disappointing campaign

The province of Quebec now has a new government. On April 7th, in a majority of ridings, the population chose to elect a representative of the Liberal Party of Quebec, making neurosurgeon Philippe Couillard the new Premier. Former PQ leader Pauline Marois thus became not only the only woman to…
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