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    Green Party of SaskatchewanWhy did Global Transportation Hub spend $103,000 per acre on 204 acres of land? Regina, Saskatchewan – The Saskatchewan Green Party wants to know why the Global Transportation Hub (GTH) spent $103,000 per acre to buy 204 acres of land in 2014. The land had previously been appraised by the Ministry of Highways to be worth $30,000 to $35,000 an acre while the GTH appraised the property at $51,000 to $65,000 per acre. Party Leader Victor Lau says based on those appraisals, it appears the GTH overpaid for the land. “Why did the Global Transportation Hub pay about three times the appraised value for that land?” asks Lau. “The people of Saskatchewan deserve to know if their money, the taxes they paid, is being spent in an appropriate way.” Lau says a Saskatchewan Green Party Government would bring Real Change to public expenditures by putting all proposed spending under the OAT principles. OAT stands for Open, Accountable and Transparent. If proposed spending can’t be justified, it won’t happen under a Sask Green Party Government. The money spent on this land is a reminder of other questionable spending by this government, like the $1.5-billion Carbon Capture fiasco that continues to lose money. Saskatchewan could have avoided deficit spending if the people’s money hadn’t been spent so poorly. -30- For more information, please contact Victor Lau at (306)737-5345 or John Murney at (306)551-0531.
    Thu 7:54 pm | Saskatchewan,
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    Green Party of SaskatchewanSaskatchewan Party Government should reveal size of projected budget deficits Regina, Saskatchewan – The Saskatchewan Party Government should be more forthcoming and reveal the size of projected budget deficits for this year and next year. Party Leader Victor Lau says the people of Saskatchewan shouldn’t be left in the dark about the size and magnitude of the coming budget deficits spoken of by Premier Wall. “Telling people that budget deficits are coming but not revealing how large they will be is not in the spirit of Real Change,” says Lau. “People will lose faith in government if they are kept in the dark about the true state of the province’s finances.” The prospect of budget deficits comes after word of the government’s $1.5-billion Carbon Capture fiasco. The window to move away from shadowy government spending practices opens on Election Day, which is April 4th. -30- For more information, please contact Victor Lau at 306-737-5345 or John Murney at 306-551-0531.
    Thu 5:51 pm | Saskatchewan,
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    Option NationaleMercredi Prochain, Sol Zanetti sera au Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf à Montréal pour tenir une conférence sur l'indépendance! Toutes les allégeances politiques sont les bienvenues!
    Thu 5:33 pm | Quebec,
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    Ontario NDPStatement by Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath on start of housing program for LGBTQ2S youth in Toronto
    Thu 1:59 pm | Ontario,
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    Coalition AvenirLa déclaration de Philippe Couillard sur le projet d’exploration des hydrocarbures sur Anticosti a déjà coûté 18 millions de dollars aux Québécois, dont 4 millions en pertes boursières. «Quand les paroles d’un premier ministre sont si maladroites qu’elles font perdre des millions au gouvernement en capitalisation boursière, on a un problème », déplore François Legault.
    Thu 1:56 pm | Quebec,
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    Option NationaleL'oléoduc de Transcanada : c'est non !
    Thu 1:53 pm | Quebec,
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    Thu 1:46 pm | Ontario,
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    New Democratic Party of CanadaThe democratic reform process ahead is an historic opportunity to engage with Canadians to fix our outdated voting system that leaves too many Canadians feeling like their vote doesn’t count.
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    Option NationaleRadio-Canada s'intéresse à la tournée des cégeps de Sol Zanetti! Merci à tous ceux qui sont venus nous voir au Cégep de Trois-Rivières!
    Thu 12:58 pm | Quebec,
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    New Democratic Party of CanadaJim Balsillie, the former co-CEO of Research in Motion, now known as Blackberry, is adamant that ratifying the TPP would be Canada's worst foreign policy move.
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    Nova Scotia NDPWant to give Stephen McNeil a piece of your mind about his changes to Seniors' Pharmacare. The number still works and the Liberal Caucus Chair answers. Or, if you prefer (and for better results) please sign our petition here: http://nsndp.ca/mcneil-notfair
    Thu 9:09 am | Nova Scotia, Victoria
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    New Democratic Party of Canada"It's 2016, and there's no excuse for the fact that women in Canada continue to make substantially less than men. We want the Liberal government to back its words with real action.” —NDP Status of Women Critic Sheila Malcolmson (Nanaimo—Ladysmith)
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    Coalition AvenirL’annonce de la prise de contrôle de Rona par l’américaine Lowe’s ne laisse personne indifférent auprès des chroniqueurs économiques et politiques. « Quand c’en est rendu que les hauts dirigeants du bas de laine des Québécois donnent, sans la moindre réticence, leur aval à la mainmise des Américains sur un tel joyau québécois, il serait temps de leur rappeler qu’ils gèrent l’argent des Québécois dans l’intérêt du Québec et non des étrangers. Et dire que le gouvernement Couillard les appuie haut la main dans cette transaction. Une chance qu’on peut compter sur les partis d’opposition pour protéger le Québec contre l’envahisseur étranger. » - Michel Girard, chroniqueur économique au Journal de Montréal
    Thu 7:14 am | Quebec,
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    The Pirate PartySo Canada just signed the TPP. Time to act to make sure it is not ratified, and opposition from Canadians are heard loud and clear. So loud that our government would not have a choice but to tell the U.S. that Canadians have spoken loud and clear against it! http://motherboard.vice.com/read/the-internet-transforming-environment-destroying-tpp-has-been-signed

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