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Taryn Grant Aug 7
Today in the newsroom as we were chasing down potential candidates for the party leadership/premiership I heard a colleague say “where’re the women?” And we should not stop asking that question. Ladies, where are you? Run for office.
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Draft John Risley for NS Premier 15m
We need a leader to keep Nova Scotia on track. Join us in our efforts to draft John Risley to run for the leadership of the NS Liberal Party and Premier. Sign-up at:
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NS Teachers Union Aug 8
“Ventilation, physical distancing, masks and avoiding crowded indoor spaces key to reopening schools safely”
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Sean Joudry Aug 7
The departure of leaves big shoes to fill in the Liberal Party and NS politics. Here are five things to watch in the coming months as the Liberal leadership race moves forward:
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Ryan Lutes Aug 8
Hey - our Nova Scotian kids, teachers and families are just as important as our NB neighbours. Our kids deserve to be able to social distance in class. Classrooms are magical places, but the magic of kids learning will not stop COVID.
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NS MLA Expenses 5m
May14 Patricia Arab expensed $200.00 on Advertising - Square Roots Fairview Clayton Pd,2020-12,apr 30,ad
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Mining Association of Nova Scotia 32m
Replying to @MiningNS
This allowed fluid to leach gold from rock deep underground and flow into cracks in rock closer to surface, forming veins of quartz and as the fluid eventually cooled and hardened. This is how most Nova Scotia gold deposits formed.
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Mark Laventure Aug 6
Don't know why the Premier couldn't have given his "we're not a bank speech" to the Yarmouth ferry?
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NS Teachers Union Aug 8
Class sizes vital to curbing the spread of COVID-19, health experts say.
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Nancie_PD 10h
Why isn't NS modelling their return to school plan on countries that had great success like Vietnam, Germany, etc. They implemented things like physical distancing, masks,temperature checks, shortened days, rotating schedules to enable smaller classes. NB paid attention.
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NS MLA Expenses 5m
May6 Timothy Halman expensed $300.00 on Meeting Expenses - Dartmouth Gen Hosp Fund, 6070608, 2 Tickets
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Tim Houston Aug 8
📋 On Wednesday, we outlined our vision for Long-Term Care in Nova Scotia and warned against the dangers of a “wait and see” approach. Seniors deserve dignity in their golden years. ➡️ Read our full plan, Dignity for our Seniors:
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ESJ Nova Scotia 1h
Today! Come to One Government Place (Granville entrance) for the Assembly at 10 a.m. will you come answer some questions?
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Gary Burrill Aug 5
Investment in long-term care facilities should be a top priority to help the recovery from COVID-19. We’re glad to see the federal gov't put money towards this and will continue to push the McNeil gov't to make the much-needed investments here.
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Dr Christine Saulnier Aug 8
I am beating back the deficit hawks one op-ed at a time: "A health crisis that has turned into an economic crisis is exactly the time for governments to invest." Nova Scotia is the second lowest per-capita spender on programs in the country.
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Jay Mac Aug 5
Replying to @zachchurchill
Our vacation took us to Yarmouth this morning. My thoughts told me to go to the source. When would I ever be so close to the constituency office of our Minister of Education again? Surely if anyone could speak to this challenge, he could.
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Paul Wozney, NSTU President 17h
NSian school staff, students & families are baffled by the focus of the IWK’s Dr. Andrew Lynk’s focus on social wellness above the glaring deficiencies of safety/mitigation of COVID-19 in the plan to reopen NS public schools. /1
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Adam Boyd Aug 7
So Toronto Public Health is concerned about the plan for Toronto schools, says there needs to be smaller classes and 2m of physical distance
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Adam Boyd 22h
If you feel this way in N.S. , or have concerns about students and staff returning to school, you need to call your MLA and let them know. You can also write your MLA by going to (scroll to the end)
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Brad (with finger-guns) 21h
It's time for the provincial government to re-establish rent control in Nova Scotia. Sign and add your name if you agree.
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