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Atlantic Opposition Leaders Call on Provincial Liberals to Condemn Tax Attack

The leaders of Atlantic Canada's Progressive Conservative parties today called on the four Liberal Premiers from the region to stand up for Atlantic Canadians and to condemn the Ottawa Liberals’ unfair tax changes that attack small business owners, entrepreneurs, farmers, doctors and families.

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PC Party Begins Signing Up Members and Supporters

Newfoundland and Labrador's Progressive Conservative Party has begun the process of signing up members and supporters under the constitutional reforms the Party approved at a Special General Meeting in June.

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CBS Library Announcement Short on Details

Opposition Leader Paul Davis ‎(MHA Topsail-Paradise) and Barry Petten (MHA Conception Bay South) said the Education Minister's Wednesday morning announcement about the CBS library was embarrassingly short on details, timelines and budget information.

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No Action to Improve Educational Outcomes

Dave Brazil, Education Critic for the Official Opposition, said, "It's disappointing to see another school year begin with no action by the Ball Liberals to improve educational outcomes."

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Time to Press PM on NL Issues

Keith Hutchings, Finance and Natural Resources Critic for the Official Opposition, says, "The presence of the Prime Minister and federal Cabinet Ministers in the province made this the perfect time to press for answers on issues and obligations outstanding for Newfoundland and Labrador."

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Open House, Amend Special Ballot Provisions

Paul Davis, Leader of the Official Opposition is calling for the House of Assembly to be reconvened immediately - ahead of any vacancy - to amend the special ballot provisions of the Elections Act that‎ the court just ruled unconstitutional.

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