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    From John Wimberly, a member of the Nova Scotia Young New Democrats: "I'm really honoured to have had the chance to film and put together this video of Joel Plaskett. And I'm even more proud that Joel did this to support good government in Canada and a better country and world for all of us. "Joel is supporting Robert Chisholm, who has been a tireless defender of the citizens of the Dartmouth - Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia riding. He's worked hard - in the riding and on the national stage - to benefit us all. And he deserves to be re-elected. I hope Robert is successful. "Please "like" and share this video. And on October 19th, support Robert and other brilliant and beneficial NDP candidates in our collective goal of making a better, more loving, hopeful, and optimistic world."
    Sep 29, 2015 2:53 pm | Nova Scotia,
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    Sep 27, 2015 7:28 am | Nova Scotia,
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    EDITORIAL FROM OUR LEADER MAUREEN MACDONALD To the Editor, The past two years under the McNeil government have been a trying time for workers in our province. The Premier and his Liberal government placed thousands of good jobs in our screen industry at risk by slashing the film tax credit. New graduates have lost a program that helped them pay down education debt when the McNeil Liberal government eliminated the Graduate Retention Rebate. Now thousands of teachers, nurses, home care workers, paramedics and other public sector employees are facing the loss of benefits won in past rounds of collective bargaining or a five year wage freeze. And according to Stephen McNeil they didn’t deserve the wage increase they got in the last round of bargaining. To make matters worse the McNeil government has used its majority on multiple occasions to strip away the hard-earned collective rights of workers. First it was home care workers with Bill 30, then it was health care workers with Bills 37 and 1, and finally it was faculty, staff and students at our universities with Bill 100. Meanwhile, the McNeil government is planning to sell off valuable provincial assets like the Registry of Motor Vehicles, which could cost our province hundreds of millions of dollars in future revenues to pay for things like hospitals, schools and roads. Hard-working Nova Scotians deserve better. They deserve a Premier that will invest in good jobs, better healthcare, a stronger social safety net and a more prosperous future for our young people. Instead all they’ve received from Stephen McNeil is two years of austerity with more to come. That’s why on Monday I urge you to join me and thousands of other Nova Scotians to commemorate Labour Day. After two years of constant attacks by the current government, it’s important we all stand in solidarity with Nova Scotia’s workers and their families. It’s time the Liberals get the message that they can’t continue to jeopardize public services and our economy by forcing more and more people to leave Nova Scotia. It’s time Stephen McNeil starts treating Nova Scotian workers with respect. Maureen MacDonald Leader of the Nova Scotia NDP http://nsndp.ca/people/maureen-macdonald/updates/labour-day
    Sep 05, 2015 12:05 pm | Nova Scotia,
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    Sep 01, 2015 11:54 am | Nova Scotia,

August

July

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    Last day to vote in the Coast's Best of (MLA, MP, Activist, everything).
    Jul 31, 2015 1:28 pm | Nova Scotia,
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    "We need to grow the economy, and what they've done is chase one of the most productive parts of our economy out of the province with the attack on the film tax credit." - NDP Leader Maureen MacDonald "You know, there will be savings in the health care budget when you do innovative things around patient care on the front line. There will not be savings in the health care budget by the kind of nickle and diming that's going on at the DHA level." - NDP Leader Maureen MacDonald
    Jul 31, 2015 9:22 am | Nova Scotia,
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    Jul 02, 2015 8:07 am | Nova Scotia,

May

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    Let's send Stephen McNeil a message. That he's taking us down the wrong track. We'll be nominating a new candidate in Dartmouth South on Wednesday. Join us. https://www.facebook.com/events/1396041044055803/
    May 14, 2015 4:35 am | Nova Scotia,
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    May 06, 2015 2:48 am | Nova Scotia,
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    Hi everyone – help us help Rachel Notley and the Alberta NDP win tomorrow’s election! Young NDP activists across Nova Scotia are using the NDP’s online calling tool to pull vote, tonight and tomorrow. And it only takes 30 seconds to set up a free account. Complete the registration now by clicking on the link below. You can login tonight to make calls, or join us all day tomorrow. Here’s how it works: • The Alberta NDP uses an online calling tool called Popvox. It’s completely free to use. All you need is your laptop, wifi and a cell phone. • To register, go to: https://callcentre.directleap.com/notleycrue. Click on “Register Here to Start Making Calls” and create your account. • Activists from across Nova Scotia are calling tonight, and tomorrow from 12 noon am to 11:00 pm, from home and in groups. For Popvox support, or questions, contact Aaron Webber at 416-846-4804 or aaron.webber@directlep.com.Thanks for your help!
    May 04, 2015 6:04 pm | Nova Scotia,
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    May 02, 2015 7:50 am | Nova Scotia,

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