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    Alberta PartyInjustice was dealt to our justice system.
    Wed 11:44 pm | Alberta,
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    sas
    Green Party of SaskatchewanWall made right move in reversing strip clubs decision Regina, Saskatchewan – The Saskatchewan Green Party sincerely thanks Premier Brad Wall for making Real Change happen by reversing the government’s decision to mix alcohol and strip clubs in Saskatchewan. Party Leader Victor Lau says the Premier has obviously been listening to people about the strip clubs and he has now made the right decision. “Strip clubs exploit women and have the potential to attract other unwelcome activity into communities where they operate,” says Lau. “We are sincerely thankful that the Premier has gotten enough public feedback on this issue that he has reversed the decision to allow strip clubs with alcohol to operate here.” Lau hopes that in the future, Premier Wall will engage in more Real Change by consulting the public more often through participatory democracy before making decisions that are important to Saskatchewan people. -30- For more information, please contact Victor Lau at (306)737-5345.
    Wed 10:17 pm | Saskatchewan,
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    nll
    Wed 8:12 pm | Newfoundland,
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    Liberal Party of NLWe are always inspired by fellow Liberals from around this great country! Today, the Hon. Kathleen Wynne, Premier of Ontario met with Liberal Leader, MHA Dwight Ball, in Toronto. Premier Wynne and her team of Ontario Liberals are making many positive changes to impact the lives of citizens province wide.
    Wed 6:59 pm | Newfoundland,
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    Green Party of SaskatchewanSaskatchewan Party Government backs away from Free Tuition Regina, Saskatchewan – The Wall Government’s 2015 Provincial Budget is backing away from Real Change by changing their direction away from free tuition for post-secondary students. The decision to end cash payments for the Graduate Retention Program and do tax credits only is a step backward for our province and shows no leadership. Party Leader Victor Lau says post-secondary education needs to be made more accessible, not less. “Post-secondary education is expensive for most people in Saskatchewan,” says Lau. “The loss of the cash rebate portion of the Graduate Retention Program now makes that education even less affordable. Tax credits over ten years doesn’t cut it, especially if you can’t find a job.” Lau says a Saskatchewan Green Party Government would institute Real Change by expanding the Graduate Retention Program to provide full tuition coverage for all post-secondary students. -30- For more information, please contact Victor Lau at (306)737-5345.
    Wed 3:40 pm | Saskatchewan,
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    Ontario NDPWynne government so committed to combatting Climate Change they rejected NDP bill to ban fracking before it was even debated in the legislature.
    Wed 2:28 pm | Ontario,
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    alb
    Alberta PartyAlbertans Continue to Pay For The PCs' Fiscal Mismanagement - A Blog Post from Leader Greg Clark
    Wed 2:26 pm | Alberta,
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    Option Nationale« On voudrait nous faire croire que les étudiants militants sont déraisonnables, marginaux et antidémocratiques. Qu’ils ne sont pas du côté de M. et Mme Tout-le-monde. Mais, curieusement, ce sont les protestataires, et non leurs adversaires, qui ont les intérêts nationaux à coeur. S’il y a un groupe qui mérite de parler au nom du peuple, c’est bien eux. » http://www.ledevoir.com/societe/actualites-en-societe/435359/nous-sommes-le-peuple
    Wed 2:00 pm | Quebec,
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    Wed 1:09 pm | Quebec,
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    Coalition AvenirLa #CAQ suggère plusieurs alternatives pour régler l’accès aux soins de #sant alors que s'achèvent les consultations publiques sur le projet de loi 20. «Les objectifs contenus dans le projet de loi sont bons, mais les moyens employés par le ministre de la Santé ne le sont pas. Les risques et conséquences du projet de loi 20 sont nombreux et majeurs. L’accès aux soins pourrait notamment être réduit » - François Paradis - Coalition Avenir Québec Consultez le communiqué : http://caq.la/1NgQsXk
    Wed 12:44 pm | Quebec,

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