Premier Stephen MacNeil says he was calm on election night and not the least nervous, even though for a period up to midnight it looked like he’d go back in a minority government.
Trevor Floyd, 37, has left his perch as executive assistant to McNeil cabinet minister Randy Delorey for a PR job at M-5’s public affairs unit, as noted in the above article.
Newly minted Senator Dan Christmas says it is time for a seat in the House of Assembly to be given the native people of the province.
Kaley Kennedy has been tapped to become the next chief of staff to third party leader, Gary Burrill.
There is no surprise that Karen Casey has left the tough Education ministry and that Leo Glavine is off the hot potato Health perch.
By Andrew Macdonald Now that the Liberals only have a two seat majority it is unlikely the party will put forward an MLA to serve as House Speaker. This is why there is post-election talk the man for the job could be Dave Wilson, well regarded by all political...
Labi Kousoulis, Liberal incumbent in Halifax Citadel, says Tory challenger Rob Batherson is fear mongering over the government’s decision to put a medical clinic in Bayers Lake.
For every election for more than 40 years—federal, provincial, municipal, and even the occasional international contest—I have been part of a changing group of political junkies who gather to argue, prognosticate, and analyze. Eventually, as the results pour in, we celebrate or sink into the proverbial slough of despond. And, of course, we munch on food appropriate to the occasion and enjoy our favourite beverage.
NDP boss Gary Burrill is pinning his election hopes on a millennial — 27-year-old Kaley Kennedy who is co-charing the NDP campaign effort.
Chris MacInnes could make electoral history in Nova Scotia if his man Premier Stephen McNeil wins a second majority government.