MacPolitics: The Lessons Tim Houston & Other Politicos Can Learn & Heed From John Buchanan’s Political Midas Touch

Oct 5, 2019 | Arts & Culture, Politics

By Andrew Macdonald

From a Sydney Post paper route in 1944 to the highest political job in the province of Nova Scotia, lots of accolades from all political stripes have offered glowing commentary on John Buchanan – who died Thursday at his Spryfield home at age 88.

From 1978, when he defeated the two term Gerald Regan government, largely

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