Nova Scotia Votes Features
- WATCH NOW Darrell Dexter
- The next premier's victory speech
- WATCH NOW Rodney MacDonald
- PC leader concedes defeat
- WATCH NOW Stephen McNeil
- Liberal leader moves into Official Opposition
- In Quotes Party leaders
- Find out what they said on a number of issues.
- WORD CLOUDS Party platforms
- Another way of looking at the key documents
- Map Follow the leaders
- Where did they go?
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|Updated: Jun. 9, 2009, 10:11 PM ADT|
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- Audio Feature: The Campaign Trail
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- Sounds like someone at the Nova Scotia Shopping Network is trying to cash in on the leaders cache. Or lack of it.
- Three political watchers tell Mainstreet what they thought of the second leaders' debate
- Pollster Don Mills of Corporate Research Associates tells Information Morning's Don Connolly a new poll commissioned by the CBC shows the NDP poised to win a majority.
- May 25-31, 2009
- The three major parties have 34 female candidates between them. There are 19 more if you count all the women running for the Greens. Mainstreet asks three female voters how relevant the campaign is to them.
- Mulgrave Machine Works is a metal fabrication business that has also been around for some 40 years. Over that time, it has done work for industries including oil and gas, forestry, and the fisheries. Through it all, workers have witnessed the highs and endured the lows of the economy. Sean Reid is general manager of Mulgrave Machine Works.
- Here's a conversaton with three political candidates in the riding of Guysborough-Sheet Harbour. Ron Chisholm is the sitting Conservative MLA. Jim Boudreau is running for the NDP. And Lloyd Hines, the longtime warden in Guysborough is on the ballot for the Liberals.
- We heard your feedback on the Conservative promise of a curfew for children 15 years old and under if they stay out after 1am.
- Louise Carbert, who chairs Equal Voice Nova Scotia, talks about the number of women running in the provincial election.
- Mainstreet talks to three voters to get their thoughts on the first leaders' debate.
- May 18-24, 2009
- Debate reaction from Jim Bickerton, political scientist at Saint Francis Xavier University, Ralph Surette, veteran freelance journalist and columnist for the Chronicle Herald, and Ryan Watson, leader of the Green Party of Nova Scotia.
- A Conservative, Liberal and an NDP supporter, debate the election issues on Information Morning.
- CBC's Mainstreet brings together three voters to talk about issues important to them in this campaign
- May 11-17, 2009
- Mainstreet convenes a panel of young voters to find out if there is a generation gap in this election campaign.
- CBC Radio's Information Morning is making plans to take the show on the road at the end of May for special election coverage. Bob Murphy and host, Don Connolly, discuss the details.
- The 13 year itch - the Premier's suggestion that it's time to review amalgamation in Halifax sparks another 'family feud' on Information Morning
- May 4-10, 2009
- Wendy Bergfeldt of CBC Cape Breton's Mainstreet interviews Green Party leader Ryan Watson.
- CBC Political reporters, Jean Laroche and Paul Withers, chat with Information Morning host, Don Connolly, about the first week in the campaign.
- Information Morning's Don Connolly discusses 'geography' with political scientists Jeffrey MacLeod and Jennifer Smith.
- Retiring MLA Brooke Taylor talks about what's next on his plate with Mainstreet's Stephanie Domet.