PEI Liberals tilt to American Tea-Party style policies on feeding the poor
Canada loses one of its beloved chansonnières , Angèle Arsenault, who passed away at the age of 70 years. Continue reading Angele Arsenault Well Known French Acadian Performer Dies
The PEI Press Gallery’s pants are on fire. Lobbyists get exposed on Prince Edward Island
The controversy surrounding the PEI Premier’s former chief of staff and a former Liberal MLA working as a paid lobbyists have some calling for registration of lobbyists. Continue reading Hacks, Flacks and Lobbyists Should They Be Registered?
Call for lobbyists to testify leads to fiery debate Continue reading Government Blocks Liberal Lobbyists From Testifying
P.E.I. lobbyists operating in the dark, group warns Continue reading PEI Last Province Without Lobbyist Registration
“Quite frankly, the executive does not believe there is a place for bloggers in the press gallery because there is no room in the inn.” Continue reading There Is No Room In The Inn
Pategate – we file a Motion in Supreme Court to dismiss PEI Press Gallery’s judicial review Continue reading Press Gallery Dragged Back To Court
“The PEI government says it will introduce a number of reforms to its public sector pension plans when the legislature resumes next month, including scrapping guaranteed cost-of-living increases.” Globe and Mail. NJN received this comment from a reader.
Robert Rollback – or a broadside in verse on pensions
By Brandon M.
Once upon a time Prince Edward Island voted red
We looked toward Ms. Callbeck
‘Be premier,’ we said
The first province in Canada to give a woman the lead
We trusted her to know us, what we want and what we’d need Continue reading Robert Rollback on PEI Pension Reform