August 27, 2014

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Progressive Conservative leader David Alward campaigned Wednesday in Moncton and promised legislation to protect subcontractors on government projects who wait too long to get paid.

N.B. election notebook: Aug. 26

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Brian Gallant defends stance on natural resource jobs

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NB Premier David Alward officially becomes an election candidate

CARLETON, N.B. – Incumbent New Brunswick Premier David Alward has officially become a candidate in this year's election. Even though each candidate has been campaigning...