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    Nova Scotia NDPA great crowd of New Democrats came out today supporting Halifax Pride. An estimated 60,000 people along the route.
    Sat 6:34 pm | Nova Scotia, Manicouagan
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    Option Nationale« Lors de son passage à l'émission de Christiane Charrette - 125, Marie-Anne - dimanche dernier, Christian Rioux a fait, à mon avis, l'éloge de la langue française, l'éloge de notre spécificité culturelle, l'éloge de notre peuple. Fait étrange, personne ne l'a applaudi dans la salle. On applaudissait plutôt Jimmy Hunt qui proclamait haut et fort que le français dit normatif/international n'est pas une langue et que, même si elle en était une, nous ne la parlions pas au Québec. » (...) La suite: http://quebec.huffingtonpost.ca/eric-d-alo/dissequer-une-grenouille_b_5615840.html
    Sat 1:42 pm | Quebec,
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    Option Nationale« Le Québec prend tous les risques et n'obtient aucun bénéfice du passage sur son territoire du pipeline de TransCanada. Ce projet met en péril des secteurs représentant une part importante de l'économie québécoise: un déversement aurait des impacts majeurs sur les secteurs de l'agriculture, des pêches et du tourisme. De plus, le pipeline traversera le fleuve St-Laurent près de Montréal, pouvant en cas de déversement contaminer la source d'eau potable de 50% de la population du Québec. Le pétrole albertain qui passera dans le pipeline de TransCanada causera des émissions de gaz à effet de serre (GES) équivalentes à 60% de la quantité émise par l'ensemble du Québec actuellement. Afin de contenir le réchauffement climatique, les scientifiques du GIEC identifient comme nécessaire une réduction de 25 à 40% des GES. A lui seul, le pipeline viendrait réduire à néant tout espoir pour le Québec d'atteindre cet objectif. Le gouvernement d'Ottawa use unilatéralement de son pouvoir pour favoriser le développement économique de l'Alberta au détriment de l'économie, de la santé et de l'environnement du Québec. Pendant encore combien de temps laisserons-nous un autre parlement gérer notre territoire? » - Miguel Tremblay, vice-président du Conseil national et ex-candidat d'Option nationale dans Laurier-Dorion
    Sat 1:36 pm | Quebec,
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    Liberal Party of NLMiss the AGM? Many of you have been asking for a link to the tremendous speech given by Liberal Leader, Dwight Ball, on that fine night in Gander; a copy is available here via Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bcgPdrK__0Y
    Sat 10:24 am | Newfoundland,
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    Liberal Party of NLGood luck to many running the NLAA Tely 10 tomorrow, including St. John's North MHA Dale Kirby!
    Sat 8:11 am | Newfoundland,
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    Liberal Party of NLLiberal Leader and MHA Dwight Ball will be joined by St. George's - Stephenville East candidate, Scott Reid, at the 32nd Annual Codroy Valley Folk Festival today in Upper Ferry. The Opening Ceremonies begin at 2 pm - a great day for one of the longest running folk festivals in our province and a chance to meet an exceptional candidate!
    Sat 6:35 am | Newfoundland,
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    Sat 2:09 am | Saskatchewan,

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    Liberal Party ManitobaDan Vandal for Saint Boniface in 2015! #mbpoli #winnipeg
    Wed 10:17 pm | Manitoba,
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    Liberal Party ManitobaRCMP says 9 top conservatives knew about Duffy money #cdnpoli #mbpoli #winnipeg
    Wed 10:09 pm | Manitoba,
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    Liberal Party of NLOur leader, Dwight Ball, is passionate about our province and our party. In the latest Up Close and Personal, Dwight tells us just why he is part of the Liberal team: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5K7Acel4TyY
    Wed 2:58 pm | Newfoundland,
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    Green Party of SaskatchewanFor immediate release Tammy Fairley acclaimed for SaskGreens in Cut Knife-Turtleford constituency Regina, Saskatchewan – The Green Party of Saskatchewan (GPS) has acclaimed Tammy Fairley as the candidate for the Cut Knife-Turtleford constituency for the upcoming provincial election. Tammy is from Baldwinton and is employed as a Nurse. GPS Leader Victor Lau is elated about having Fairley on board the growing team of candidates. “Few people know the issues of northwest Saskatchewan better than Tammy Fairley. I look forward to campaigning with Tammy in the 2016 provincial election.” With the acclamation of Fairley, the Sask Greens now have 29 out of 61 candidates nominated for the next election. -30- For more information, please contact Victor Lau at (306)737-5345.
    Wed 2:51 pm | Saskatchewan,
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    Nova Scotia NDPPhotos from federal NDP Leader Tom Mulcair's visit to Halifax and Dartmouth, with NDP MPs Megan Leslie and Robert Chisholm.
    Wed 9:44 am | Nova Scotia, Manicouagan
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    Green Party of SaskatchewanFor immediate release Patricia Crowther secures SaskGreens nomination for next provincial election in Lumsden-Morse Regina, Saskatchewan – Patricia Crowther will be the SaskGreens candidate in the Lumsden-Morse constituency in the next provincial election. Patricia is from the Chaplin district, in the western part of the constituency. Crowther works as a courier and also sits on the party’s provincial executive as Fundraising Chair. SaskGreens Leader Victor Lau welcomes Patricia to the growing team of SaskGreens candidates. “Patricia is energetic, hardworking but also engaging, in a very enthusiastic way. I think she will make a great MLA.” With Crowther’s nomination in the Lumsden-Morse constituency, the SaskGreens now have 30 candidates out of 61 nominated for the upcoming provincial election. -30- For more information, please contact Victor Lau at (306)737-5345.
    Wed 8:44 am | Saskatchewan,
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    Green Party of SaskatchewanFor immediate release Tricia Crowther secures SaskGreens nomination for next provincial election in Lumsden-Morse Regina, Saskatchewan – Tricia Crowther will be the SaskGreens candidate in the Lumsden-Morse constituency in the next provincial election. Tricia is from the Chaplin district, in the western part of the constituency. Crowther works as a courier and co-owns an antique business. Tricia also sits on the party’s provincial executive as Fundraising Chair. SaskGreens Leader Victor Lau welcomes Tricia to the growing team of SaskGreens candidates. “Tricia is energetic, hardworking but also engaging, in a very enigmatic way. I think she will make a great MLA.” With Crowther’s nomination in the Lumsden-Morse constituency, the SaskGreens now have 30 candidates out of 61 nominated for the upcoming provincial election. -30- For more information, please contact Victor Lau at (306)737-5345.
    Wed 3:57 am | Saskatchewan,
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    Wed 3:54 am | Saskatchewan,

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