December 17, 2015

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Doctors Nova Scotia denies Stephen McNeil's claim they want 55% pay bump

Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil is now using a demand from province's doctors — for what he says is an unaffordable 55 per cent pay...

No simple means to boost the economy

Opposition leader Jamie Baillie says the government is lacking a plan and needs to spur economic growth and create jobs. That would be nice, however,...

Liberals turn away hearing-impaired man at committee

Progressive Conservative leader Jamie Baillie condemned the government's actions. “This is a mean-spirited government that is thin-skinned and they showed it in living colours tonight,”...

Voting brouhaha at Province House

Acting NDP leader Maureen MacDonald called the arrangements the government is making for Tupper a sham. Bill 148 should not be referred back without hearing...

Nova Scotians target Bill 148 with protests, presentations

Given all that, acting NDP leader Maureen MacDonald said it seems like the government's argument doesn't hold water. “In all of the time I've been...