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Letter to the Editor: Shining the light on Liberal government decisions

To the Editor, The Progressive Conservative Caucus is serious about shining the light on government decisions, holding them to account and allowing them the opportunity to discuss their decisions. That’s how democracy works and we are committed to fighting for it. Lately, the Liberal government has been hiding more and more information from taxpayers and we find ourselves...
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PCs serve NS Attorney General with Notice of Appeal

Earlier today, the Progressive Conservative Caucus served the Attorney General of Nova Scotia with a Notice of Appeal. The service of these documents is the next step in the PC Caucus appeal against the Liberal government’s decision not to comply with the Privacy Commissioner’s recommendation to disclose the management fee paid to the operator of the...
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Tories to take Liberals to court to end Liberal secrecy

Today, Tim Houston struck a blow against Liberal secrecy and announced the Progressive Conservative Caucus will sue the Liberal government. “Time after time, this Liberal government has hidden information from Nova Scotians that they have a right to know,” Houston said. “The Liberals will continue their secretive ways until someone stops them. The time is now.” In...
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MLA McCrossin pleased water testing have been reinstated

Cumberland North MLA Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin is pleased that water testing will be reinstated at the Cumberland Regional Healthcare Centre. In late January, residents were notified that the Cumberland Regional Healthcare Centre would no longer accept water samples for testing. This meant that residents would have to take samples to Truro or to a private company in...
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Liberal veil of secrecy continues at Public Accounts

Liberal members of the Public Accounts Committee used their majority today to limit the number of times Nova Scotians can question government spending. “Today the Liberal government took the unprecedented step of hiding from Nova Scotians how taxpayer money is being spent,” PC MLA for the committee, Tim Halman said. “It is a continuation of a...
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