Monthly Archives: December 2019

There should be no football tax on health care

The proposal to bring a professional football team and stadium to Halifax raises many questions. Since the proponents of the stadium want the Province to contribute money and concessions on ownership of former federal lands, it’s fair for people outside … Continue reading

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The NSHA needs more executive cuts

The Nova Scotia Health Authority announced some paring of their executive ranks, but it isn’t enough. https://www.thechronicleherald.ca/news/local/ns-health-authority-cuts-vp-positions-pledges-to-give-local-zones-more-power-380091/ The article says three vice president positions have been cut. Whether those former vice presidents go or stay in some other capacity isn’t enough. … Continue reading

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