Free Articles

MacPolitics: What Erin O’Toole Means When He Says ‘Let’s Take Back Canada’

MacPolitics: What Erin O’Toole Means When He Says ‘Let’s Take Back Canada’

By Andrew Macdonald

A Red Tory or a Blue Conservative? 

Erin O’Toole spoke with The Macdonald Notebook last weekend while attending the Nova Scotia Tory AGM, and also taking in a visit to his Fall River in-laws. This is Part 3 of Sunday’s 30-minute chat with the federal Conservative leadership hopeful on his policy platform. I ran Part 1 on Monday about his significant history once living in Halifax, and Part 2 in my Thursday edition, about his position on gay marriage and abortion.

Question: Are you a Red Tory — a Progressive Conservative — or aligned with the Canadian Alliance elements of the Conservative party, a right winger in this campaign?

read more
A Notebook Advertising Campaign Will Reach 5,000 Folk – From Savvy Millennials To NS-HFX Movers & Shakers – We Reach All Age Groups

A Notebook Advertising Campaign Will Reach 5,000 Folk – From Savvy Millennials To NS-HFX Movers & Shakers – We Reach All Age Groups

Growing since its launch in March 2017, The Macdonald Notebook is now read by up to 1,500 readers each week or five thousand readers each month!

With a weekly readership from the Nova Scotia-Halifax community of movers and shakers, The Macdonald Notebook is read by members of government, captains of industry, the pillars of business, and the titans of finance.

There is no surer way to make sure your message reaches your target demographic.

read more

Stories Found Nowhere Else & Our Recent Issues Button

We hope non-subscribers to The Macdonald Notebook enjoyed our Christmas gift of a free passcode during the holidays. That passcode has now expired, so if you’re not yet a subscriber, considering supporting our compelling business and inside political coverage. Thanks...

read more
error: Alert: All content is protected. Copying or Printing this material is not allowed at this time.