Seems that the goings-on in the provincial legislature are weighing heavy on many brows at the end of the first week the place is back in session since this time last year.
Telegram editor Russell Wangersky has a column on it as does Bob Wakeham in the Saturday paper.
Wangersky writes about the way the . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: The truth is an absolute defence #nlpoli
In some respects, it is a threat that would strike fear only into the hearts of Danny Williams’ Tories:
If this problem is not resolved today, you can expect me to absolutely vilify your minister on Monday morning on Open Line.
No broken limbs.
No financial ruin.
A call to Open Line.
That was enough . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: Enough of the Political Day-Care #nlpoli
After the throne speech, the leaders of the opposition parties get to have their say in the legislature.
Just as the throne speech sets the government’s agenda, so too can the replies set the agenda for the opposition parties. They could be committed to biting at the government’s heels and demonstrating, as one former opposition . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: New partners and new supplicants #nlpoli
The always provocative and informative labradore posted a chart on Wednesday showing the number of days the House of Assembly sat in each session since Confederation.
The information to make up the chart came from the legislative library, the group of people who provide information and research for the members of the legislature.
. . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: The Old Boys (and Girls) Club #nlpoli