In the 1980s, local entrepreneur Craig Dobbin bought a batch of helicopter service companies across Canada and merged them with his own company – Sealand – to form Canadian Helicopters.
By the time Dobbin died in 2006, CHC was one of the largest providers of helicopter support services in the world.
Not just . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: Experience and government #nlpoli
With the polls looking bad for the Conservatives and good for everyone else, there’s no surprise at word over the long weekend that Dean MacDonald is thinking about a run at the Liberal leadership.
MacDonald bailed on the contest last November. He had business stuff to deal with. He had family stuff. All the . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: The Saviour Lives… Again #nlpoli
By now you have heard that Dean MacDonald has decided to skip the upcoming race for the Liberal Party leadership. MacDonald told reporters that he had pressing business projects that he couldn’t get out of. he also cited unspecified family pri… . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: He was just not that into you #nlpoli
Just when everyone thought it was safe, a gigantic Twitter exchange erupted on Wednesday evening between Telegram report James McLeod and Deanny MacDonald, the guy everyone thinks is already the Liberal Party leader .
They wound up discussing oil prices and the provincial government budget, something you’ll find in Macleod’s article in the Thursday Telegram.
. . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: The Budget and Oil Prices #nlpoli
Dean MacDonald, the undeclared leader of the provincial Liberal Party spoke to a crowd in Port de Grave district on Saturday night. There’s an account of his speech in the Telegram’s Monday edition.
Dean crapped on the provincial Conservatives for all sorts of things. Most of all, he seemed to think they lack what George . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: The Bullshit Vision Thing #nlpoli