The Newsbag for September 4th, 2018: The Ninth Premier of Newfoundland & Labrador Takes to the Field Amid Softball Scuffle As a hard-nosed lawyer, a cutthroat business man, and the controversial ninth Premier of Newfoundland & Labrador, we should all know by now that Danny
Last Tuesday, pseudo-Trotskyites like myself got hammered the country over to celebrate the fall of Canada’s longest lived conservative dynasty. Rachel Notley’s NDP routed the governing PCs, and Albertans decided to change their governing party for the first time in 44 years.
But observers across the country have started making some hasty predictions about what this swing implies for Federal and other provincial races.
J.H. Burns outlines the shooting of Don Dunphy at the hands of Premier Paul Davis’ security outfit that took Newfoundland & Labrador by force two weeks ago, and tries to make some sense out of the mess of the information given to the public.
Davis claims the Primary Health Care Summit will provide a public forum to discuss how the province can improve health care services and programs that matter to Newfoundlanders and Labradorians. But pundits critical of the summit claim it’s simply an attempt to strengthen the Progressive Conservative public image.