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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,...
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It’s official! NSians headed to polls May 30

FALL RIVER: Premier Stephen McNeil made the worst kept secret official early Sunday afternoon April 30. McNeil met with Lt.-Gov. J. J. Grant to ask that he dissolve the government and call a general election....

Premier McNeil stops by Waverley for lunch with Horne, supporters

WAVERLEY: On Day six of the provincial election campaign, Premier Stephen McNeil paid a visit to Waverley to have lunch with Liberal incumbent and candidate Bill Horne, campaign team members, and those at the...

Streatch ready to be District 1’s voice at City Hall

FALL RIVER: Steve Streatch knows he has a lot of work ahead of him. Just moments after his Oct. 15 HRM municipal election win was confirmed, the Elderbank resident acknowledged he has been given the...

And the students say: Green in Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank

FALL RIVER: If the voting was left up to the students at three schools in Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank, there would be an underdog elected to the N.S. Legislature. Students at Holland Road School in Fletchers...

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...

Election 17: Sanipass opens campaign HQ in Fall River

FALL RIVER: The official campaign headquarters for Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank NDP candidate Trevor Sanipass was officially opened at noon time on May 6. The celebration of the office opening occurred before a crowd of about...
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Recount confirms Horne’s election win

FALL RIVER: A recount of the votes cast during the May 30 provincial election has determined the outcome stays the same in Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank. On election night, Liberal incumbent Bill Horne was declared the...

BILLieving until the end

WAVERLEY: The BILLievers kept believing as they waited for the final poll to come in, confirming that their man, Liberal incumbent Bill Horne, had been re-elected. Horne and the thin crowd of supporters that remained...

Q & A: McNaughton would put “rubber to the road”

FALL RIVER: If it were up to Dan McNaughton, the Aerotech/Wellington Connector would already be out to tender and the proposed seniors development would remain at three storeys. Those were two of the answers the...
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