Wednesday, December 13, 2017


ANTIGONISH: It’s still a red riding. Incumbent Liberal Randy Delorey will continue to represent Antigonish in the provincial legislature after winning his riding with 3,877 votes. In unofficial results, Delorey defeated PC candidate Ray Mattie, who managed 3,139 votes, NDP candidate...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Liberal Leader Stephen McNeil made three Strait area stops during the second week of the spring election campaign, pledging to respond to a court ruling regarding Acadian communities’ rights within provincial electoral boundaries and insisting that a...
INVERNESS: Smiles were abundant at the Judique Fire Hall Tuesday night as Allan MacMaster, celebrating with a few hundred supporters, was re-elected as MLA for the riding of Inverness. “I’m thankful to the people of Inverness who’ve seen fit to...
ANTIGONISH: The NDP are making the rounds to get their voice heard. Nova Scotia NDP leader Gary Burrill was in Antigonish on May 8 to meet with Antigonish NDP candidate Moraig MacGillivray and speak with organizers and supporters of her...
A new Liberal government will assemble a working group of MLAs, senior bureaucrats, and representatives from the community to engage the union and retirees in exploring possible solutions. This statement was made by Michel P. Samson, Liberal candidate for Cape...
It has been a very interesting few weeks in politics, hasn’t it? This being election season, you’re stuck with it, whether or not you follow it. And while the platforms and party politics are interesting, the most fascinating part of...
With the provincial election almost over, anticipation is running high as to what will happen on May 30. Without the ability to predict the results, especially considering this province’s tumultuous recent history, reviewing provincial and local results from the 2006,...
RICHMOND: A local MLA said he is ready to run should a provincial election be called. Cape Breton-Richmond MLA Michel Samson will take part in his seventh nomination meeting on Sunday, April 30. “I’m looking forward to the opportunity to defend...
SAMSONVILLE: Jamie Baillie, leader of Nova Scotia’s Progressive Conservative party, visited the area late last week to support local candidates, explain his party’s platform and, last Friday night at the Lakeside Community Centre, sample some Richmond County barbecue. “I don’t...
“We have had enough and we are not going to take it any more” was the call from the podium on May 7 in Sydney Mines (with the Minister of Health in the audience). Eighty doctors had signed a declaration...
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