Monthly Archives: October 2013

Two innovative ideas for better health

Wednesday morning as I drove to the airport I heard the new Minister of Health and Wellness, the Hon. Leo Glavine interviewed on CBC’s Information Morning. Glavine shared two really interesting ideas. First was a push to retain doctors in … Continue reading

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Another VG flood!

Good lord. The VG has suffered yet another flood. This is their third flood in 12 months. Why so many? Is the building really that bad or is this a situation where deferred maintenance has come home to roost? Or … Continue reading

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The people speak

In his concession speech, Premier Dexter said, “The people have spoken.” Yes. They/we have. And 71.8% of those of us who voted, voted for the Liberal and Progressive Conservative parties. Those parties campaigned on change to health care. That’s a … Continue reading

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Navigating Capital Health’s dangerous waters

Gobsmacked. That’s pretty much the reactions of Nova Scotians to the news that the water at Halifax’s Centennial Building is so dangerous that not only can’t you drink it, you can’t even use it to wash your hands! Furthermore, it … Continue reading

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