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Gallant has ‘comfortable lead’: poll – Telegraph Journal – 9 March 2018

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Article by: ADAM HURAS A new poll suggests the Gallant Liberals have a “comfortable lead” over the Progressive Conservatives, despite the party registering its lowest voter support in more than two years. A new poll suggests the Gallant Liberals have a “comfortable lead” over the Progressive Conservatives, despite the party registering its lowest voter support in more than two years.The […]

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Hire more nurses to end ER bottleneck: N.B. critics – Telegraph Journal – 7 March 2018

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“This government loves setting up committees and creating plans and strategies that it never implements. What we need is action.”- David Coon Article by: JOHN CHILIBECK Legislature Bureau Staff shortages that have caused bottlenecks at hospital emergency rooms and nursing homes in New Brunswick could be solved if the government started hiring more nurses, say opposition critics.Both Progressive Conservative and […]

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ANALYSIS: Smart messaging or pure politicking? – Telegraph Journal – 19 January 2018

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“It’s unacceptable,this is the premier announcing details of how New Brunswick is rolling out its part of a national initiative.”-David Coon Article by: ADAM HURAS Premier Brian Gallant participates in a photo shoot in daycare provider Kathy Potvin’s room at Garderie l’Envolée in Fredericton. A prudent way to get the message across or pure politicking? Premier Brian Gallant has held […]

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Route 8 Crossing: College Hill-Skyline Active Transportation Connection

At David Coon’s Community Gatherings in Skyline Acres, the Route 8 crossing between Skyline Acres and UNB has been consistently identified as one of the priority issues for residents. For years, residents have asked the city and province to make the crossing safer by installing a pedestrian bridge. A committee was formed from one of David’s community gatherings that distributed […]

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Introduction of Motion: Present annual reports to the Standing Committee on Procedures, Privileges and Legislative Officers.

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I give notice that on November 2, 2017 I shall move the following resolution, seconded by the member from Portland-Simmonds: WHEREAS Legislative Officers should be accountable to the Legislative Assembly and the people of New Brunswick; WHEREAS a 2011 Legislative Assembly report recommended that Legislative Officers appear annually before committee to answer questions about their annual reports; WHEREAS the Standing […]

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Introduction of Motion: Authority to call for persons, papers and documents.

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I give notice that on November 2, 2017 I shall move the following resolution, seconded by the member from Portland Simmonds: WHEREAS the Legislature is accountable to the people of New Brunswick; WHEREAS it is important for a Legislative committee to have the power to question witnesses and obtain expert advice; WHEREAS the Canadian Audit and Accountability Foundation recommended that […]

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