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    Wed 7:09 pm | Saskatchewan,
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    Green Party of SaskatchewanFor immediate release Saskatchewan Greens would grant Personal Income Tax Exemption to Saskatchewan side of Lloydminster Lloydminster, Saskatchewan – A Saskatchewan Green Party government would grant the citizens of Lloydminster a personal income tax exemption. The Saskatchewan side of Lloydminster is already exempt from the province’s provincial sales tax, so that businesses there do not face a disadvantage compared to businesses on the Alberta side, where there is no PST. A Saskatchewan Green Party government would go a step further by exempting individuals who live on the Saskatchewan side from the provincial income tax system, so that all Saskatchewan side residents would instead pay the same 10 percent provincial income tax rate regardless of income as do all Alberta citizens. Saskatchewan Greens Leader Victor Lau says this move should help grow the population in Lloydminster on the Saskatchewan side of the border. “The economy is growing on both sides of the border, but only 36.4% of Lloydminster residents live on the Saskatchewan side,” says Lau. “By making personal income tax rates uniform across the city, the Saskatchewan side should begin to catch up with the Alberta side.” Lau says all citizens should feel welcome to live, raise a family and grow a business anywhere in Lloydminster, not just on the Alberta side. -30- For more information, please contact Victor Lau at (306)737-5345.
    Wed 3:26 pm | Saskatchewan,
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    Nova Scotia NDPNDP leader Maureen MacDonald says recent events show it’s time for the Premier to address issues he now admits are present in the Financial Hardship Program. “Today the Premier acknowledged that changes can be made to the Financial Hardship Program to help Nova Scotians. It’s time for the Premier to act on his concerns and see that these changes are made,” said MacDonald. At a provincial Public Accounts meeting today, Oct. 29, the Nova Scotia Superintendent of Pensions appeared as a witness to talk about the Financial Hardship Program. “The Superintendent of Pensions had no rationale as to why people are being charged a fee to access their own pension funds in times of financial hardship. We think that is a very wrongheaded policy,” said MacDonald. READ MORE: http://nsndp.ca/families/fix-financial-hardship-program
    Wed 2:38 pm | Nova Scotia, Manicouagan
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    Wed 2:37 pm | Prince Edward Island,
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    Coalition AvenirSeulement 3 jours avant le congrès de la #CAQ à Trois-Rivières. Y serez-vous? Inscrivez-vous maintenant : http://lacaq.org/congres C'est un rendez-vous! #Cg2014 #ModerniserQc
    Wed 2:31 pm | Quebec,
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    New Democratic Party of CanadaLe NPD dépose un projet de loi qui vise à mettre en place une Charte des droits environnementaux et à consacrer sous forme légale les droits des Canadiens ainsi que les responsabilités du gouvernement fédéral en matière de protection de l’environnement.
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    New Democratic Party of CanadaThe NDP is introducing an Environmental Bill of Rights to legally enshrine environmental rights for Canadians and the duty of the federal government to take action to protect the environment.
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    Option NationaleNotre congrès national du 22-23 novembre approche à grands pas! N'oubliez pas de vous y inscrire! Dans le cadre des présentations qui seront effectuées au courant de la fin de semaine, nous sommes d'accueillir M. Robert Laplante, directeur général de l’Institut de recherche en économie contemporaine (IREC) et directeur de la revue l’Action nationale, qui livrera un discours devant les membres réunis lors de l’événement!
    Wed 1:01 pm | Quebec,
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    Liberal Party of NLThanks to the guests of the St. John's Board of Trade luncheon for taking some of these shots! We hope you enjoyed our delicious chocolates and marketing! St. John's Board of Trade Destination St. John's Liberal Party of Newfoundland and Labrador
    Wed 12:10 pm | Newfoundland,
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    New Democratic Party of CanadaNous sommes heureux de vous annoncer que la séance d'information avec a été reprogrammé: Megan Leslie répondra à vos questions sur les changements climatiques lors d'une séance d’information qui aura lieu jeudi à 20h30 (heure de l'Est), 5:30 (heure du Pacifique). Visitez fb.com/NDP.NPD pour participer.
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    New Democratic Party of CanadaWe're happy to announce that the live Facebook Q&A has been rescheduled: Megan Leslie will take your questions on climate change in a Facebook Q&A, Monday at 8:30 ET, 5:30 PT. Visit fb.com/NDP.NPD to take part.
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    Coalition AvenirPoint de presse d'Éric Caire, député de La Peltrie. Il revient sur le plus récent cas d'apparence de conflit d'intérêts du député de Saint-Jérôme. http://caq.la/1yIgNaU
    Wed 11:45 am | Quebec,
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    Ontario NDPEnbridge wants to start running oil sands oil through Line 9, a pipeline that runs from Sarnia to Montreal and passes through Toronto and dozens of other communities. Enbridge’s Line 9 proposal carries many risks, but few rewards for communities along the pipeline’s route. The proposal puts the drinking water of millions at risk of an oil spill. The provincial Liberals have not committed to a full environmental assessment, instead leaving it to Harper and the Conservatives. New Democrats know we can't trust Harper or Enbridge to protect so much of Ontario.
    Wed 10:45 am | Ontario,
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    Liberal Party of NL'It's time to trade partisanship for partnership!' - Dwight Ball A strong standing ovation by attendees concluded an address by Liberal Leader, MHA Dwight Ball, to the 350+ business leaders that attended the St. John's Board of Trade luncheon today. Dwight shared our plan to make this province a business destination of choice for professionals from all over the globe with a team of respected leaders driving growth province wide. Many members of the Liberal team of leaders were in attendance including St. John's East candidate, Paul Antle, CBS candidate Rex Hillier and our official opposition team including MHAs Cathy Bennett, Christopher Mitchelmore and Tom Osborne.
    Wed 10:36 am | Newfoundland,
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    Nova Scotia NDPCTV VIDEO: The NDP wants to see the Liberal government expand worker’s compensation for first responders so they receive automatic coverage for PTSD. “We don’t have six months to look at this,” says MLA Dave Wilson. “In the last seven months, 24 first responders have committed suicide.” http://atlantic.ctvnews.ca/renewed-calls-for-ptsd-treatment-for-first-responders-1.2076451
    Wed 4:27 am | Nova Scotia, Manicouagan

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