A year into his leadership and with the election clock ticking, New Democratic Party Leader Jagmeet Singh is still struggling to define himself to Canadians and perhaps even to his own party. Read More
The Nova Scotia health authority’s Need a Family Practice Registry may be a good way to connect people to a physician willing to take more patients, but it does not provide useful information about how many of them there are. Read More
At first it was like something from a 1950s science fiction movie: the Giant Sinkhole of Oxford.
But it isn’t. What was a curiosity has turned into a great community loss and potential disaster for the small town in Cumberland County. Read More
There isn’t a credible public voice in Canada that disputes the need for strong and effective border control. Secure borders defend against terrorism and organized crime, infectious diseases and unapproved migration. Borders are not optional. Read More
Now and again, something happens to remind us that we’re part of a larger world, that we in Atlantic Canada cannot hold ourselves apart just because we occupy this little afterthought of a region sticking out into the North Atlantic. Read More
The story this week of a young Truro woman who had been raped being turned away from a local hospital without getting to see a doctor has understandably struck a nerve with many Nova Scotians. Read More