Don Cayo looks at electoral fortunes in Atlantic Canada.
If it makes no sense to you that a province could have both a modest surplus and a massively increased debt load in the same year, then you understand this situation perfectly. Don Cayo on what he calls nothing more than a shameful charade.
AIMS president Don Cayo writes in 1999, "the Prairie Provinces don’t know much about the state of their health care systems and the efficacy of the policies their governments have recently adopted. But we really don’t know anything about ours."
In April of 1999 Don Cayo writes "Some government people in New Brunswick are trying to claim responsibility for the "good" news in a report published just over a week ago by AIMS, the think-tank I run. And some people in the Nova Scotia government are trying to duck responsibility for "bad" news in the same report."