Here are the final results in CPW (not including Jonathan Dean of the Atlantica Party, who couldn’t fit on my screen capture – he got 153 votes, which was about 2%). First, congratulations to Rafah. I wish her all
As a former two-time NDP candidate in Clayton Park West, and a past Executive Director of the NSGEU, I am pleased to offer my endorsement in the 2017 provincial election to Paul Kimball, the Progressive Conservative candidate in Clayton Park
I learned a valuable lesson today about the need to rise above the pettiness that has infected partisan politics so that we can work together to build a better Nova Scotia.
The word “heroes” is overused in our modern world, but there are still people for whom its use is justified. Janet and Randy Conners are two of my heroes. Randy was my cousin, and as a hemophiliac he contracted HIV from
My appearance on the Sheldon MacLeod Show on February 21, 2017, discussing my most recent feature film Exit Thread, as well as the state of the Nova Scotia film and television industry in general, and why the new system
Yours truly at the rally against Bill 75 early Friday morning, standing the line in solidarity with Nova Scotia’s teachers, and remembering those great educators who taught me all years ago, including Gord Watson, Jim Farmer, Sister Maureen and John
Restructuring the Nova Scotia Film & Television Industry – Part I (Key Principles) During the past weekend at the Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative annual general meeting here in Halifax, I was asked many times about my position on the Nova Scotia film
A Film Director’s Perspective on Stephen McNeil’s Management Style Watching the McNeil government completely botch yet another serious labour dispute – this time with Nova Scotia’s teachers – I can’t help but reflect on my own experience in directing a film,
Paul Kimball talks about the conditions necessary to establish the foundation of good governance in a speech he made in Halifax in July 2016.
How the McNeil Government “Swiftboated” the Nova Scotia Film Industry The term “swiftboating” entered our modern political lexicon when the organization “Swift Boat Veterans for Truth” conducted a widely publicized, and later completely discredited, smear campaign attacking the combat record of 2004 U.S. Democratic presidential
Why The Film Industry Controversy Matters To All Nova Scotians Much has been said and written over the past year about the Liberal government’s decision in April 2015 to do away with the government funding structure for the film and television industry