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One Government Place
| December 9, 2016
December 7, 2016 |
CUPE NS is calling out the McNeil Government and Minister of Education Karen Casey for their mishandling of negotiations with members of the Nova Scotia Teachers Union.
| November 22, 2016
NDP MLA-elect, Lisa Roberts
| September 1, 2016
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| August 31, 2016

Chronicle Herald bosses make counter-offer with deep salary cuts, staff layoffs

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Further details of the latest round of meetings between the Halifax Chronicle Herald and its striking editorial union show newspaper bosses want about half of unionized positions eliminated.



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| April 21, 2016
Nova Scotia NDP leader Gary Burrill
| February 28, 2016
February 19, 2016 |
Seniors, advocacy groups, labour unions and health coalitions have been organizing against the government of Nova Scotia's proposed changes to its Seniors' Pharmacare Program. Looks like it worked.
February 8, 2016 |
Seniors live on fixed incomes and are already struggling. An increase in Pharmacare costs may be the difference between rent and food on the table or medication.
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