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NDP unveils Environmental Bill of Rights in Miller Lake West

MILLER LAKE WEST: With the location of the proposed Fall River Quarry in the background, NDP Leader Gary Burrill released the party’s plans to protect the environment should they form government on May 30. Burrill,...
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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...

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...
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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....

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...

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...

Election 17: Students excited to see their vote results

FLETCHERS LAKE: StudentVote helps learning the process behind voting and why it’s important. Students at Holland Road Elementary School are learning the democratic process. The students spoke about getting the opportunity to participate and what...

Q & A: Environment, seniors top priorities for Sanipass

FALL RIVER: Seniors and the environment are two key priorities for Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank NDP candidate Trevor Sanipass as he vies to unseat Liberal Incumbent Bill Horne. Sanipass is also looking to fend off challenges...

PC Johns elected in Sackville-Beaver Bank

BEAVER BANK: The former councillor for District 14 in HRM has earned election in his attempt at provincial politics. Brad Johns, who carried the PC banner in Sackville-Beaver Bank, handily defeated Liberal incumbent Stephen Gough,...

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...