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From the Halifax Chronicle Herald

Bill Spurr interviewed me this week for the Chronicle Herald. You can read the interview here:

Drawing on his wits

My favourite line is “But if I think I’m just going to offend a bunch of Liberals or Conservatives, I don’t care,’ said the cartoonist, who is occasionally accosted in public.”

It’s a guarantee my hockey buddies are going to call me “the cartoonist, who is occasionally accosted in public” from now on.


The nicest email I ever received…

I wanted to let you know how much my family appreciates your work and how much joy you brought to our mother today. She is 80 (but a very spry, young 80), she had surgery yesterday, and was discharged from the hospital this morning.

My sister bought her a copy of “You Might Be From Nova Scotia If…” since she is a fan of yours and my mother’s only complaint was that it hurt to laugh so much. So many of the references took us back in time. Going to see the wrestling in Berwick. I was that kid that always bid 30 for 60 when we played 45’s at our cottage. My parents still have maps from the 70’s at home that they refer to. And, yes, we knew that family who drank 10 Penny.

My mother is also in love with your Cabinet Shuffle series in the Chronicle each week. She has been known to cut them out and save them to mail back to the Conservative MP who dares send her a request for a donation!

I guess this is just my way of saying “Thank you” for your wonderful take on NS life and our political clime. You are a true Nova Scotian treasure.


Blackberry cartoon

For the record, I feel bad for Blackberry. The made all the right decisions… a year too late.


Global interview

Here’s a link to the Global interview:

If I can’t say something nice…

If I can’t say something nice, I say it anyways.


September 23, 2013

Click below to hear CBC’s Information Morning in Cape Breton talk to Bruce MacKinnon and myself about the upcoming election: