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Thursday, April 24, 2014

Rhetoric Heats Up Over Alward Government's Legacy

As the election draws closer, Question Period is increasingly becoming a battle of rhetoric between the so-called "do nothing, moratorium" Liberals and the Alward government, which the Grits have painted as unconcerned with the average taxpayer.

Liberal MLA Rick Doucet claims the Tories have left a legacy of broken promises on cost overruns at Point Lepreau, changes to EI, and more.

Meanwhile, Saint John MLA Carl Killen described the positive impact of the new forestry plan on our local economy.

Doucet says the premier has demonstrated he's not up to the task of getting this province what it's owed from the feds.