Paul Davis will get a lift down to Government House this afternoon and swear the oath of office so Tom Marshall can finally get out of politics.
It’s been about two weeks since Davis won the Conservative Party leadership and that’s a fairly typical period of time between election and taking office. What hasn’t been . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: Premier Davis and the Dead Children #nlpoli
In the crude, modern way of putting things, shit got real for Premier-in-waiting Frank Coleman on Friday.
The Telegram’s James McLeod tweeted Coleman’s response to a question about whether Coleman planned to do this year what he normally does on Good Friday and participate in the anti-abortion march in Corner Brook.
Here’s what McLeod tweeted:
. . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: Legitimacy and Credibility #nlpoli
Truly effective communication is often more about what you do than what you say.
That’s a notion that screws up lots of people.
They get fixated on the mechanics of things. They think if you say the right thing over the right medium, then they’ve aced it. Job done.
But think about it for . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: There is only do #nlpoli
Harper yesterday: While the government isn’t giving any guarantees Canada will buy the F-35, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said the country will remain involved in the stealth fighter project to ensure Canadian companies can continue participating.
“We have received literally hundreds of millions of dollars in contracts for the Canadian aerospace industry. This is not . . . → Read More: Impolitical: Harper’s latest F-35 big 180