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Nov 23rd

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    Option NationaleVoici les nouveaux membres du conseil national, élus par les membres lors du congrès national.
    2 hours ago | Quebec,
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    Option NationaleVoici le résultat du vote de confiance accordé à Sol Zanetti chef d'Option nationale
    5 hours ago | Quebec,
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    Option NationaleVote final sur la proposition suivante. Pour : 45 Contre : 38 Abstentions : 2
    5 hours ago | Quebec,
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    Option NationaleOn salue Martine Ouellet qui est dans la salle depuis l'heure du dîner pour discuter avec les militants. #congrsON2014
    6 hours ago | Quebec,
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    Option NationaleOn salue la présence de Jean-François Lisée dans le couloir. #congrsON2014
    6 hours ago | Quebec,
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    Option NationaleLes membres du congrès national s'apprêtent à se positionner sur une question cruciale : « Dans l'éventualité où un(e) candidat(e) de la course à la direction du Parti québécois propose d'orienter son parti dans une démarche d'accession à l'indépendance qui se rapproche suffisamment de l'article 1 de notre plateforme, une conférence nationale extraordinaire pourra être convoquée par le conseil d'administration pour décider si Option nationale appuiera la campagne de ce(tte) candidat(e) sur le terrain.»
    6 hours ago | Quebec,
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    Liberal Party of NLDwight talked leadership, hard work and shared part of his personal story in politics and business with The Telegram this week. Through his leadership, our team has won five by-elections and grown to fourteen members in the House of Assembly. Many of you may have seen the article on this weekend's front page; the digital copy is live here: http://www.thetelegram.com/News/Local/2014-11-22/article-3948429/Dwight-Ball-takes-the-quiet-approach-to-leadership/1
    8 hours ago | Newfoundland,
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    Option Nationale«Nous savons très bien que l'argent qui se retrouve à Ottawa n'a fait qu'un détour pour se retrouver dans nos poches» Le sociologue, Robert Laplante, nous fait la démonstration que le Québec à toutes les raisons de devenir un pays.
    9 hours ago | Quebec,
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    Nova Scotia NDPSeveral CEOs have written editorials now appearing in papers praising the tax review that that will mean people earning $60,000 will pay more tax and people earning $150,000 will pay less. If you would like to write a letter to the editor, here is some food for thought: The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives: The most regressive part of this package is arguably the recommendations to “eliminate the fifth income tax bracket (21% on earnings over $150,000); simplify the system by merging the third and fourth brackets, setting the rate at 17%.” This will mean the richest among us will get to keep $72 million annually in tax relief. http://behindthenumbers.ca/2014/11/19/nova-scotia-tax-review-eroding-tax-fairness/ The Canadian Union of Public Employees: "It's a regressive plan. The primary beneficiaries will be top income earners and corporations. Lower income families, the middle class and those depending on public services will lose out the most." http://www.marketwired.com/press-release/-1970049.htm The Nova Scotia Government Employees Union: “This report is a major step backwards for Nova Scotia that will work against the very economic and fiscal recovery which the government is seeking. How else can you describe an economic plan that proposes freezing program spending, moving away from a progressive tax system to increased consumption taxes, and tax breaks for higher income Nova Scotians and big business? This plan will adversely affect most Nova Scotians.” http://nsgeu.ca/nsgeu-response-to-broten-report/
    9 hours ago | Nova Scotia, Manicouagan
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    Option NationaleLa présentation des candidats-es à l'élection des membres du conseil national vient de se terminer. Le choix sera difficile. Le dévoilement de l'élection aura lieu en fin de journée. Bonne chance à tous et à toutes les candidats-es !
    9 hours ago | Quebec,
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    Liberal Party of NLToday's Issues and Answers features MHA Andrew Parsons in conversation with Lynn Burry and Heather Gillis - seniors and healthcare issues an integral part of the discussion. Tune in for the next half hour and watch for replays on NTV tonight.
    10 hours ago | Newfoundland,
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    Option NationaleOption nationale voudrait souligner la présence d'Andrés Fontecilla, co-porte-parole pour Québec Solidaire, au congrès national de 2014.
    10 hours ago | Quebec,
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    Option NationaleEt c'est reparti pour une autre belle journée!
    11 hours ago | Quebec,

Nov 22nd

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    Option NationaleAu terme d'une journée de congrès-marathon de plus de douze heures, à 21h28, Option nationale adopte la proposition principale à l'unanimité et s'est dotée des statuts les plus complets de son histoire! #congrsON2014
    23 hours ago | Quebec,
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    Liberal Party of NLLiberal Leader, MHA Dwight Ball, shares his pledge to the people of Humber East. People Matter. You Matter.
    23 hours ago | Newfoundland,
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    Liberal Party of NLOur Young Liberals are tireless workers on the campaign trail. Today, they were working hard in Trinity - Bay de Verde for Steve Crocker
    23 hours ago | Newfoundland,
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    Option NationaleOnze heures plus tard, malgré la fatigue qui commence, les membres continuent leur travail consciencieux. #congrsON2014
    Sat 5:06 pm | Quebec,
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    Option NationaleBernard Smith, un exemple vivant de persévérance et de dévotion envers la cause indépendantiste.
    Sat 10:55 am | Quebec,
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    Option NationaleHommage à un grand militant.
    Sat 10:44 am | Quebec,
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    Option NationaleUn mot d'encouragement de la part de Mario Beaulieu, chef du Bloc Québécois, pour qu'Option nationale poursuive sa lutte en faveur de l'indépendance.
    Sat 10:31 am | Quebec,
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    Option NationaleEt on poursuit le vote au sujet des statuts et règlements du parti après une pause dîner bien méritée ;)
    Sat 10:23 am | Quebec,
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    Option NationaleLa modification des instances régionales et locales anime les débats au congrès national.
    Sat 9:05 am | Quebec,
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    Option NationaleOn annonce la présence de Monsieur Alexandre Cloutier dans la salle.
    Sat 7:22 am | Quebec,
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    Option NationaleOuverture du congrès! « Il n'y a pas grand chose de plus beau que celui qui décide de dédier sa vie à quelque chose de plus grand. Il n'y a pas grand chose de plus beau que de construire un pays pour ceux qui vont suivre. Quelle tristesse ce doit être pour ceux qui ne l'ont pas encore compris. » — Sol Zanetti
    Sat 6:25 am | Quebec,
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    Nova Scotia NDPThe Liberal government finally introduced their TAX REVIEW on the last day the Nova Scotia Legislature sat. The NDP Caucus asked a series of questions in Question Period about it: Maureen MacDonald: When it comes to keeping the HST off essentials like diapers, books, children's clothing, and home energy, why is the Premier refusing to reiterate the same promise he made to voters just 13 months ago? Maureen MacDonald: There's not a lot of fairness in the government's tax review. People earning $60,000 will pay more tax and people earning $150,000 will pay less. Can the Premier please explain why his government's tax review helps the wealthiest Nova Scotians at the expense of middle-income earners? Dave Wilson: For many years now the provincial government has been giving these hard-working men and women volunteer firefighters a tax rebate, a small token of appreciation for the work that they do. Why is this government entertaining eliminating their tax rebate? Denise Peterson-Rafuse: The government's new tax report refused to talk about what effect the new tax package would have on our economy or if the government's new tax system will even create one single job. How could the minster allow this government to commission a tax report that is completely silent on economic impacts and job creation? Lenore Zann: The Liberal platform also states that their promises to the arts and culture community are designed to strengthen " . . . Nova Scotia's heart and soul". Can the minister of Communities, Culture and Heritage please explain why taxing books is "Strengthening Nova Scotia's heart and soul". Maureen MacDonald: How can you possibly say that this is an independent tax review when staff in the Department of Finance and Treasury Board were intimately involved in its preparation? Frank Corbett: To put it bluntly though, it's unfair that the Liberal Government is talking about burdening low-income Nova Scotians with a tax grab on their electricity bills while giving the CEO of Emera a tax break. I want to ask the Premier again, why would his Liberal Government release a report that calls for giving Nova Scotia's top earners a tax break while taking money out of the pockets of hard-working families? Read the whole debate at the link: http://nslegislature.ca/index.php/proceedings/hansard/C96/house_14nov20/#HPage2882
    Sat 5:52 am | Nova Scotia, Manicouagan

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