Good morning!

Due to these un-springlike weather conditions and in the interest of safety, we have decided to postpone tonight's AGM to Tuesday April 25th, at the Old School Gathering Place (7962 Hwy # 7 Musquodoboit Harbour), registration at 6:30pm and meeting at 7:00pm.

We apologize for any inconvenience, and we look forward to seeing you on April 25th!


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Did you know this is the first Biennial to be held east of Montreal?

3500-4000 people will be traveling through Central Nova to attend, so let’s have a great showing!

Check out the site now for Early Bird pricing. #lib2018

Have you heard? Registration for #Lib2018 is OPEN! 🙌 Get your pass now for the most open and inclusive Liberal National Convention - ever. See you there!

Join Justin Trudeau and Liberals from across the country in Halifax on April 19-21, 2018 for the most open and inclusive National Liberal Convention in our history.


Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World The global context has changed dramatically: geostrategic fissures have re-emerged on multiple fronts with wide-ranging political, economi...

A lot of great volunteers worked hard on Sean's campaign in 2015 and the people of Central Nova agreed. How great it is to hear and see that hard work and support in action on our behalf!

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Sean Fraser

Immigration and retention of young families are essential steps to secure a prosperous future for Atlantic Canada. The House of Commons unanimously supported a ...motion by my colleague Alaina Lockhart, MP, to conduct a study on these pressing issues.

During the course of this study, I have watched the Conservative Party of Canada and the NDP treat Atlantic Canada with disrespect and indifference.

Most recently, they have chosen to use procedural gimmicks to prevent witnesses who travelled from the Atlantic provinces from giving evidence and to prevent Atlantic Canadian MPs from fully participating in the study.

I was proud to speak up for Atlantic Canada to condemn the obstruction to this study by the opposition so we can move forward and rebuild our communities.

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There light shall always shine!

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Sean Fraser

25 years ago our community learned in the most painful way possible that the most important thing to ever come out of a mine are the miners working beneath.

Tod...ay, we gather to remember, and pay tribute to the 26 men who lost their lives in the Westray Mine explosion on May 9, 1992.

As the words inscribed on the monument in Pictou County read, "Their Light Shall Always Shine".…/05/09/their-light-shall-always-sh…/

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A quick reminder about the 2017 Central Nova Liberal AGM on Thursday at 7pm. See you there!

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