“Subversion of the Constitution of Nova Scotia”“A fraud upon the Imperial Parliament” Nova Scotia’s third attempt to try and redress the slavery and serfdom that was “confederation” – Dartmouth being central to the effort to repeal Confederation. What happened to Nova Scotia in the context of Canada is exactly what …(Read More)
March 2nd, 1928:The day Nova Scotia’s Progressive Conservative party unilaterally altered the Province of Nova Scotia’s constitution, dissolving our Senate by fiat.No longer do Nova Scotians have a check & balance on legislative dictate; forevermore, held hostage by a unified executive.
At a meeting of the Members of the House of Assembly, in the Assembly Room, in the Provincial Building at Halifax, on the 7th day of November, 1867, the following Declaration was unanimously agreed to, and ordered to be published:— We, the representatives of Nova Scotia, having assembled for the …(Read More)
Fire the CAO? Why not make it an elected position? Why not restore Mayor as the executive? Otherwise, it’s just more governance theater. https://web.archive.org/web/20170831200203/http://www.metronews.ca:80/news/halifax/2017/08/27/tristan-cleveland-why-halifax-s-cao-not-chief-planner-deserves-to-be-fired.html