It’s A Good Start: New Brunswick’s New Tuition Access Bursary

Preface: I need to start this post off by first stating that I believe in the move that the Gallant Government made. Access to Education and Training is the single most effective way to raise people out of poverty and train our workforce to contribute better to the growth of our stagnant economy. I believe that … Continue reading It’s A Good Start: New Brunswick’s New Tuition Access Bursary

An NDP Survival Guide: Forget Winning, Just Try To Stay Alive

It Was a Failure For the Ages Tom Mulcair could be found recently riding home with Justin Trudeau on the jetliner reserved for the Prime Minister and his entourage. Coming back from the Paris UN Climate Conference, the leader of the NDP was likely sitting in the corner with the little support staff he has … Continue reading An NDP Survival Guide: Forget Winning, Just Try To Stay Alive

An Election

A Majority So, the longest election in modern Canadian history is over. It was a long and drawn out affair that culminated in the election of our second Prime Minister Trudeau. The election was fraught with attack ads, race baiting, screaming supporters and a majority, that it seemed no one except my grandmother saw coming. … Continue reading An Election