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Green Party leader returns to Halifax this weekend

Green Party leader returns to Halifax this weekend

The party's website says details are still being confirmed
You can vote in advance polls starting Friday

You can vote in advance polls starting Friday

Advance polling stations will be open 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. from Oct. 11 to Oct. 14.
People's Party of Canada leader visiting Halifax Friday

People's Party of Canada leader visiting Halifax Friday

Maxime Bernier will holding a rally with Nova Scotia candidates
Halifax students eager to have voices heard on last day of on-campus voting

Halifax students eager to have voices heard on last day of on-campus voting

Those born between 1980 and 2000 now represent up to 37 per cent of eligible voters
Trudeau targeted in English leaders' debate

Trudeau targeted in English leaders' debate

The format of the debate and the sheer number of leaders on stage made substantive debate on policies difficult
Prince Andrew High School students to cast votes in simulated federal election

Prince Andrew High School students to cast votes in simulated federal election

To help the students decide who they want to vote for, the school will be holding a candidates forum Tuesday morning
How to watch the Leaders' Debate in Halifax

How to watch the Leaders' Debate in Halifax

On Monday evening, October 7, the leaders of six federal political parties will appear together on stage for the first and only time
Salmon farms become election issue after multiple deaths and escapes

Salmon farms become election issue after multiple deaths and escapes

Although the mass deaths were first detected on September 2 the public was not made aware until almost three weeks later.
<b>CANADA:</b> How federal leaders plan to address the Indigenous suicide crisis

CANADA: How federal leaders plan to address the Indigenous suicide crisis

Many Indigenous communities have declared a state of emergency over the suicide crisis
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer addresses dual citizenship controversy during campaign stop in Halifax

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer addresses dual citizenship controversy during campaign stop in Halifax

When asked why he didn't reveal his dual citizenship publicly before, Scheer said: "No one's ever asked me before"
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