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Russell Wangersky: Trudeau’s government on the wrong track with this one
Russell Wangersky: Consider the source
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Russell Wangersky: Hunt for serial killer opens up new can of worms
“We have met the enemy and he is us.” — Walt Kelly’s cartoon character, Pogo I know it’s hard to argue about the privacy rights of a possible serial killer and rapist. But privacy rights are pretty much the ...
Where is the long-term care plan?
The province knows it shouldn’t put all its eggs in one basket. But, it can’t afford two. Take care for the elderly, for example. All the eggs are going into the home care basket because, the government will tell you, Nova Scotians ...
VIBERT: Living unevenly under Liberal governments
It’s a tale of two parties, and they’re both Liberal. True believers will tell you it’s the best of times, or at least not the worst of times, but there’s no doubt that the times are different under Liberal governments, ...
Russell Wangersky: Read the fine print before taking this Oath
Hello, lawmakers. The ball is in your court. Over the past week or so, email users with the Rogers network have been getting an interesting message, asking them to agree to new terms of service for their email accounts. These are ...
VIBERT: Liberals are worried about re-election complacency
These Grits will be tough to beat. The powers behind the throne don’t necessarily want the troops reading that. Complacency was an identified enemy when about 3,000 Liberals from across Canada descended on Halifax and its fancy new ...
Russell Wangersky: Science worth chewing on
Nature will find a way, even when it changes to deal with pollution. It just may not be the way we want or expect. It’s early days yet, but scientists are tinkering with bacteria that may be able to help deal with one of the largest ...
Russell Wangersky: Convenience vs. security in the internet of things
It’s a little like hiring a doorman without ever doing a criminal reference check or getting a certificate of conduct: you might be getting more than you bargain for. Last week, a conference in London was told that bringing the ...
JIM VIBERT: Opposition leader Karla MacFarlane is the surprise of the session
Cannabis use will be forbidden at sporting venues in Nova Scotia, except one – golf courses. The opposition Tories, led by Karla MacFarlane tried mightily last week in the legislature to pry loose the government’s reason for the ...
Information breach fallout offers multiple choices
Multiple-choice seems the fitting form to test the most recent allegations of duplicity and incompetence levelled at the Nova Scotia government. From among the following statements, please identify the egregious failure. The government’s ...
Russell Wangersky: The cycle of hate continues on Twitter
Nora Loreto is having a rough week. On April 8, she tweeted about the Humboldt Broncos bus crash that killed 16 hockey players and staff, saying, “I’m trying to not get cynical about what is a totally devastating tragedy but the ...