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CARP Opposes Fair Elections Act, Bill C-23 at Standing Committee on Procedure and House Affairs


CARP opposed the Fair Elections Act, Bill C-23 at the Standing Committee on Procedure and House Affairs in Ottawa on Monday April 7, 2014. Read our media release on the Fair Elections Act here: VAST MAJORITY OF CARP MEMBERS REJECT FAIR ELECTIONS ACT Susan Eng, the VP of Advocacy for CARP, made the following recommendations on the Fair Elections Act (Bill C-23) to … Read more

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Nova Scotia PC leader courts seniors, promising property-tax rebate


HALIFAX – The quiet home of a Halifax senior provided the backdrop Friday as Progressive Conservative Leader Jamie Baillie made the latest in a series of announcements by Nova Scotia’s three main political parties aimed at courting older voters for the provincial election. “Our seniors made this province what it is today and they deserve to stay in their own … Read more

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Parties seeking age-old solutions

Premier Darrell Dexter chats with people on hand for the announcement Living Better: Nova Scotia's Plan for Seniors' Care.

There was Progressive Conservative Leader Jamie Baillie on Friday, at the house of Halifax senior citizen Judith Wright to highlight platform planks for seniors. Premier Darrell Dexter has had tea with a seniors group and has made a steady stream of grey-hued announcements in recent weeks. A little earlier in the campaign, Liberal Leader Stephen McNeil had a little turn … Read more

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