The R Bomb, and other updates.

So much going on in the world, so little time, so here we go with BULLET UPDATES. Rolling Stones in Halifax At the risk of being repetitious, I am going to be repetitious and repost what I put on halifaxlocals: “It’s good to see Regina coming into its own. This show will really put Regina on the map. It’s clear Regina is a big city with lots of potential and an exciting tourist destination. Regina really has lost its small read more

Appreciating Depreciation

I had the most depressing discussion with a friend who runs an HRM facility yesterday. His assistant manager is retiring, and when I asked why, I was told ‘He is 60… but he also does not want to be here when the building starts to fall down’ Intrigued, I asked what he meant. What he said confirmed everything anyone who follows Halifax and Nova Scotia politics knows about universities, public schools, and extends it into sports and recreation facilities. He read more

Hello Readers

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.

Public Schools Perform Near Private Ones in Study – New York Times

Adequately funded public schools perform as well as private schools. I wonder how Nova Scotia’s least funded in North America public school system would stack up? Public Schools Perform Near Private Ones in Study – New York Times