News 1. Furey on Assoun Justice Minister Mark Furey continues to not really weigh in on Glen Assoun’s wrongful conviction. Jennifer Henderson reports that the Minister of Justice thinks an apology is premature: “An apology would be premature at this time until I have an opportunity to review the full scope of the file,” said […]
“You’re richer than you think” Scotiabank used to say in its marketing campaign to prospective customers. Today we learned the Province is in better financial shape than we were led to believe a year ago. Audited financial statements for the year March 2018–March 2019 show the province had a surplus of $120 million, four times...
News 1. Here’s what we need for a great new Mumford Terminal “It’s finally happening,” writes Examiner transportation columnist Erica Butler. “The city has started planning its redo of the ghastly, despised Mumford Terminal.” First, Butler explains, the city must make big decisions on commuter rail and transit lanes in order to get the bus terminal […]
News 1. Province blames Joe Ramia for budget shortfall Yesterday, Finance Minister Randy Delorey issued the year-end fiscal update, noting that: Relative to Budget 2016-17, the forecasted net position is projected to decline slightly. The Province of Nova Scotia is forecasting a surplus and net position of $12.1 million for 2016-17, a decrease of $5.0 million from the […]