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New school year, same questions

With a new school year right around the corner, Cole Harbour-Eastern Passage MLA Barbara Adams says the fate of two high schools are still top of mind for students, teachers and parents from her Cole Harbour – Eastern Passage constituency and surrounding areas. A review of two high schools, Auburn High School and Cole Harbour District...
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Five PC Candidates Make it Official

The next Premier of Nova Scotia is among the five candidates that have thrown their hat in the ring for the Progressive Conservative leadership race. As of today, the deadlines for both the last day to enter the race and the required second deposit of $10,000 have passed. This is the most fiercely contested PC leadership race...
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Cumberland County needs meat inspector

Cumberland South MLA Tory Rushton and Cumberland North MLA Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin are urging the Department of Environment to work with Dickie’s Meats and hire a food inspector for Cumberland County. In January 2018, the food inspector for abattoirs in Cumberland retired. The department has refused to replace them, and the Truro food inspector must commute. This...
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Health Minister has some explaining to do

Cumberland South MLA Tory Rushton says the Minister of Health and the Premier will have a lot of explaining do to in the fall legislative session. The Nova Scotia Health Authority has been announcing closures to emergency rooms at North Cumberland CEC, All Saints Springhill CEC and South Cumberland CEC throughout the busy summer season. They’re...
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MLA Masland says hospital closures are putting people at risk

Queens – Shelburne MLA Kim Masland says Roseway Hospital closures are out of hand. The Nova Scotia Health Authority continues to announce emergency room closures in Shelburne, for hours at a time, over the busy summer season. Since August 1st, Shelburne emergency department has been closed a total of 141 hours or six of the last...
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