Monthly Archives: July 2013

Government’s role in fostering more R&D and other odds and ends

A few quick answers to the questions I received about my column in the TJ. 1. Am I a Liberal partisan? Nope. I criticized the Libs self-sufficiency agenda and have even taken a few jabs at the Frank McKenna team … Continue reading

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Getting back to economic growth

It’s interesting.  It seems passing Newfoundland & Labrador with the highest unemployment rate in Canada among the 10 provinces has at least raised a few eyebrows. As I pointed out in my column on Saturday, getting the public interest in … Continue reading

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Seeking Service New Brunswick 9.0

You don’t have to roam the halls of the Centennial Building for too long before finding someone that will wax romantic about the introduction of Service New Brunswick back in the 1990s.   You will be told that at the … Continue reading

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The death of news-talk radio in New Brunswick?

I am probably a little biased here because I am a regular contributor to News 91.9 but I am disappointed that the Saint John and Moncton channels are seemingly moving to a music format.  How many crappy ways are there … Continue reading

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