By Alison Strachan
Whether it’s a ‘bad decision’ or full-blown alcoholism, the Nova Scotia political landscape, indeed the Canadian political landscape for as long as I can remember, has never been immune from impaired (or sometimes allegedly impaired) drivers.
In Nova Scotia, some 20-years ago or so, having an impaired driving conviction stood in the way of electability.
Ten-years ago it meant leaving the safety net of your party and sitting as an independent.
Today, we are still stagnating where we were 10 years ago.
It’s time to rethink our strategy.