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John Ivison: This is no time for the Liberals to think of slashing defence spending
When finance ministers have needed to shore up their budget in times past, they have raided the department of National Defence, which spends around $20 billion in any given year. But with Iran re-activating its nuclear enrichment program, Russia ...
Rex Murphy: Trudeau's true face has emerged while in power, and it isn't pretty
There’s a catchy line in one of T.S. Eliot’s early poems. Actually, now that I think about it there are many catchy lines in T.S. Eliot’s early poems. Many more in fact than in his later ones. He wrote in Prufrock “there will be time/Time to ...
John Ivison: Lack of foresight to blame for epic public policy failure over COVID
Ontario’s Education Minister Stephen Lecce wrote to parents on Sunday suggesting that in-person learning would resume in the province after the April school break. Less than 24 hours later, Lecce was sitting next to Doug Ford as the province’s ...
Kelly McParland: Economy set to surge but Trudeau Liberals are going to borrow billions anyway
Statistics Canada’s latest report on the jobs situation is a humdinger, with all sorts of encouraging news about Canada’s progress in climbing out of the COVID hole. Jobs are up: 303,000 new ones created in March, even better than ...
MY TAKE WITH SHELDON MacLEOD: Community spread
Even with the increase in cases over the past few weeks, Nova Scotians are faring well when it comes to keeping safe from COVID-19. The willingness of so many people to get tested over the weekend shows a tremendous community spirit, even with the ...
EDITORIAL: Liberal chickens for all pots
Last week, in the interest of fairness, we had a look at some of the more far-fetched policy ideas going into the federal NDP convention. It was only fair, after there had been considerable attention paid by the media to far-fetched policies pitched ...
LETTER: Why has this brave Newfoundland hero’s name disappeared?
EDITOR'S NOTE: Mary Dohey's name has now been restored to the Governor General of Canada website. Why has a Newfoundland hero’s name been removed from an official Government of Canada website, and why has the Governor ...
MICHAEL de ADDER CARTOON: April 12, 2021
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CHEERS & JEERS: Cheers to live theatre
Cheers to the expected return of live theatre this summer in P.E.I. Both the Confederation Centre of the Arts and The Guild announced pared down lineups for their summer festivals last week. There some big differences with the 2021 season. There will ...
GUEST OPINION: Who is the special interest group?
It seems that the many members of the public who are concerned about water use in the province are now a “special interest group”, according to the P.E.I. Potato Board and the Federation of Agriculture. This deliberate attempt to pit some ...