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Election 17: Candidates “disappointed” in sign thefts, damage

FALL RIVER: The four candidates in Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank might not agree on policy, but there is one thing they all do agree on—sign vandalism and damage is uncalled for. PC Dan McNaughton; Trevor Sanipass...

ENS seeking election day workers

FALL RIVER: If you’re looking for something to do on May 30, Elections Nova Scotia (ENS) may have just the job for you. Shera-Lee Kerr, the Returning Officer for the riding of Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank,...

O’Toole’s visit boosts PC Party’s Baillie, McNaughton

FALL RIVER: Just days into the provincial election campaign, P.C. candidate for Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank Dan McNaughton received a boost with an unlikely visit from a Conservative leadership candidate with connections to Fall River. Erin...

McNaughton responds to racism allegations

FALL RIVER: The PC candidate for Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank is denying allegations made by Stacey Rudderham in a blog post on NSAdvocate.org. Rudderham, one of the leaders in the fight against the Fall River...
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Election 17: FRABA seeking questions for candidates forum

FALL RIVER: The Fall River and Area Business Association (FRABA) is providing an opportunity for residents to submit questions to be asked of the four candidates vying for the seat in the Waverley-Fall River-Beaver...

Q & A: Water to more areas, doctors, all weather field on Horne’s agenda

FALL RIVER: If voters in Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank give him the opportunity at a second term, Liberal Bill Horne has a long list of items he would like to address to help better the...

Election 17: Quarry application complete, McNeil confirms

WAVERLEY: The application for the proposed Fall River quarry is now complete. According to Premier Stephen McNeil, all the necessary information has now been submitted to Nova Scotia Environment from the proponent, Scotian Materials. The...

Q & A: Green’s Edmonds brings youthfulness to election

FALL RIVER: Anthony Edmonds isn’t about to let the fact he’s young or representing an underdog party labelled by many simply as “tree huggers” hold him back. The Wellington resident is proud and ready to...

Election 17: Horne opens campaign HQ; tells volunteers “have fun.”

FALL RIVER: The message Liberal candidate and incumbent Bill Horne had for his campaign volunteers May 8 was one that sunk in for many in attendance. "Go have fun during the campaign," Horne said as...

Election 17: Premier McNeil talks seniors housing, city water during Waverley visit

FALL RIVER: Premier Stephen McNeil and his Liberal government knows that seniors housing in the area is important and will work to see more of that becomes available in Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank, if elected...