Provincial

Rebuilding is a Challenge

I don’t think I’ve come across anyone who doesn’t think the strengthening our local businesses and fostering entrepreneurship will not help boost the local Cape Breton economy. From what I’ve heard in regards to a report released this week from the Community Foundation of Nova Scotia, it’s got people talking again about the needs of […]

Nova Scotia Election 2013: And Away We Go!

Finally, after months of speculation and a week where the moment seemed it could be any second we have entered into a provincial election. The question now is, what’s going to happen? Will there be excessive mud-slinging? Probably. But in NS those antics rarely pay off. Will there be promises? Of course! Will there be […]

The Value of an Education

The first day of school is just around the corner. And it appears as though our education system is attempting to save money. They are squeezing everywhere they can. But sometimes (many times) they squeeze too hard or in the wrong places. Sometime over the last year the Department of Education decided it would centralize […]

Science…. shmience

Here in Cape Breton there is a company wishing to build a wind farm. It’s often windy here in Cape Breton, we have lots of land, seems like a good fit. There’s only one problem. Fear! Fear is a powerful tool used by those who either have an agenda of their own or are too […]