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“It’s partly issue driven, it’s partly general discontent with the political system,” political scientist Paul Howe said.
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A Dalhousie University student leader vowed to “not back down” after facing backlash for her criticism of Canada 150 celebrations last year, during a talk at the University of New Brunswick last Wednesday:
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Liberal Premier Brian Gallant said he has permission from New Brunswick’s lieutenant-governor to continue governing after winning fewer seats than the Progressive Conservatives last night:
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Premier Brian Gallant to stay in power after meeting lieutenant governor: | Story by
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Our Features editor shares his thoughts on five things that you as a first year will want to know:
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DEVELOPING: says the lieutenant governor told him he can call the legislature and see if he can maintain confidence.
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Brian Gallant is speaking to reporters after his meeting with the lieutenant governor, says he still believes he is in a position to remain in power.
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A doctorate student in the University of Calgary Kinesiology program is helping runners prevent injury with wearable technology:
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Here are the final provincial election results for the riding of Fredericton South, where Leader was re-elected by a comfortable margin in a five-way race.
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BREAKING: is projecting a PC minority government after a close win by candidate Jake Stewart over the People's Alliance in Southwest Miramichi-Bay Du Vin.
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Alexandre Silberman 21h
. said during his speech that he will meet with the lieutenant governor tomorrow to see if he can continue governing. He will attempt to stay in office, and is leaning on a popular vote win by the Liberals.
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New Brunswick has limited experience with minority governments. The last time a third party held the balance of power in the legislature was in 1920 when two farmers’ parties managed to win 11 seats combined.
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. has taken the stage to address the results: "We heard the message loud and clear. New Brunswickers have sent third parties into the legislature in a way they haven't done before."
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“People of Fredericton South voted for hope not fear,” David Coon told supporters at Dolan’s after the race was called.
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BREAKING: projects a majority government, unclear which party can assemble a coalition.
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Alexandre Silberman 22h
The riding to watch right now is Memramcook-Tantramar, where leads by only 11 votes right now.
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Alexandre Silberman 22h
Five ridings are too close to call and several minority government situations could happen. We will have to wait and see how some of these close ridings play out.
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Alexandre Silberman 23h
On a night where has already won three seats, leader was re-elected in the riding of Fredericton South with over 56 per cent of the vote. He received just over 30 per cent of the vote in a tight five-way race in 2014.
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"For the first time a second term Green MLA in NB's history." - David Coon in victory speech.
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David Coon has arrived at Dolan's.
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