Parker Barss Donham

Columnists
May 9, 2001

Rude Rookie Should Tone It Down

Some older, wiser Nova Scotia Tory should have a word with newcomer Cecil Clarke; tell him to dial it back before he does his career permanent damage. Let the dinosaurs in the Tory Caucus take some o
Columnists
Apr 29, 2001

They Doth Protest Enough

The Wall of Shame was a repugnant departure from the democratic norms that Canadians pride themselves in, an unwelcome intrusion of Indonesian crowd control into a country with a deep tradition of ci
Columnists
Apr 29, 2001

Lessons of Quebec City

To portray many groups as isolationist or anti-trade may be rhetorically satisfying, but it's logically absurd. They oppose neither trade nor globalization. They object to trade deals that enshrine c
Columnists
Apr 25, 2001

Exit Helen MacDonald

The Nova Scotia NDP is not a philosophy club, a reading circle, or a discussion group. It is a political party, one that, in the two years before MacDonald assumed its leadership, had seriously chall
Columnists
Apr 23, 2001

A Cat-and-Mouse Game

A handful of police reinforcements arrived and fired tear gas, firmly implanting the idea of leaving in the protesters' minds. But the gas soon dissipated and the protesters returned.

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