Maybe I should update this more often. In addition to Boost Ventilator, I know Ron Foley and, get this, the good people at the World Trade and Convention Centre (you know them from the Rolling Stones concert in Halifax) are reading this blog. Shout out to all you all.
Today the #1 was full and my gentlemanly insistence of ladies first resulted in the bus driving away without me on it. Undaunted, figuring its only –1 today, I walked down Spring Garden and then Barrington, looking up and around to think more about the future of downtown.
It has been two and a half years since we started to fight for our children. We have fought for smaller schools, community schools, parental involvement, board responsibility, government accountability. During that time, we have tried some ideas that worked, some that failed. The Minister took our calls on her cell phone, the HRSB Superintendent did not, the consultants started –more–
It is hard to say just what the damage to government of Canada will be since the rhetoric over the Atlantic Accord hit the boiling point this week. Bill Caseyâ€™s lonely stand against his government has quickly became a heroic and principled stand, at least out east. Just what is at stake regarding the Atlantic Accord? Most regular citizens are –more–