“People deserve the kind of government that reflects their own values.”
When it comes to values and how they define a person, Brian Pallister sets teamwork above all else.1,380 more words
CORNER BROOK, N.L. – The Liberals earned a hefty majority win in Monday’s provincial election in Newfoundland and Labrador, ending 12 years of Progressive Conservative rule with a low-key campaign that tapped into voters’ desire for change. 702 more words
WHITBY, Ont. – Ontario’s Progressive Conservative opposition have named their candidate for the upcoming byelection in the Whitby-Oshawa riding.
PC Leader Patrick Brown announced Saturday that Lorne Coe is the party’s candidate. 77 more words
TORONTO – Blue Jays playoff fever has gripped the Ontario legislature.
MPPs unanimously agreed on Thursday to allow its members to wear Jays paraphernalia ahead of Game 1 of the American League Division Series opener on Thursday afternoon. 141 more words
HALIFAX – Nova Scotia’s Progressive Conservative leader is paying tribute to former provincial cabinet minister Donald McInnes, who died Monday at age 81.
In a statement, Jamie Baillie says McInnes was well respected and dedicated his life to the people of the province. 62 more words