By Andrew Macdonald

Charlene Leblanc says she held talks with this past winter with Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative leader Tim Houston about running for his party in Argyle-Barrington, the seat 20-year Tory MLA Chris d’Entremont is vacating for a planned federal run in West Nova.

But, in the end, Leblanc tore up her Tory membership card and last

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