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Ringing the alarm on Nova Scotia's new hospital construction project

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Here's something to feed your nightmares. According to the last estimate, it would cost a cool $1 billion to replace the troubled Victoria General hospital in Halifax.

Obviously there's a need to swallow hard in a province that's already feeding a considerable herd of white elephants. If anything goes wrong this could be the alpha bull.

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