Before Halifax Regional Council would allow CAO Jacques Dube to return to his post following a few weeks on the sidelines in March, he was forced to undergo a full psychological assessment “to make sure he doesn’t have a propensity for violence,” a city council source tells Frank Magazine.
Man, don’t you wish sometimes that two people could meet for a little chew, over a cold one, or two, and you could sit in on the conclave just listening, watching. Absorbing.
The late Harry Flemming and the late Casey Stengel? Now, that would be a match-up for the ages.
We all know what a paradigm of virtue is Nova Scotia Transportation Minister Geoff MacLellan. The Glace Bay MLA is always to be found at the vanguard of grace and good taste.
It’s comforting, indeed, to know that Geoff has our collective back when it comes to keeping each of us on the path of righteousness and steadfast in our Victorian Morality.
You guessed it, in the wake of poor Mr. Grabher’s expropriation of his vanity licence plate we couldn’t help but take a boo at a v. small sample of that lengthy list of banned vanity plates our dear friends in the mainstream media have been waving about for the past two weeks or so.
Considering he’s under the microscope for choosing to offer in the next provincial election while holding onto his HRM Council seat as a fallback position, Matt Whitman isn’t showing signs of governing himself with any more sense than usual.
If you think I’m talking about the Chinese fire drill business, you’d be wrong. Not directly, anyway.
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