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Boyde Beck - House of Assembly

BoydeBeckMS2013.jpgIslanders take a certain amount of pride in having among the highest voter turnouts for elections - especially provincial ones. We love our politics. And Province House is a focal point not only for debate over issues and legislation - but a gathering place for protests and celebrations. Today our historian Boyde Beck takes us back to the time when the whole process of having a house of assembly was in its infancy.

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