The contemporary political history of Nova Scotia Province

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N.S. resumes efforts to force health labour bill through
CBC News Online, Monday 18 June 2001. The controversial health labour bill, Bill 68, would take away the right to strike from thousands of nurses and other health care workers in the province. It would also give the cabinet the power to impose contract settlements.
Publicly owned and operated Halifax Harbour cleanup only possible solution now
CUPE, 24 June 2003. CUPE (Canadian Union of Public Employees) applauds the decision by HRM council to back out of its P3 deal on the Halifax Harbour cleanup. Have the private sector design and build the new plants, and have the municipality own and operate them.
NSGEU hoping for NDP victory in Nova Scotia election
NUPG News, 15 July 2003. Latest poll has Liberals and Tories tied with NDP just behind. The NDP is the only party that openly supports the interests of working people, says Nova Scotia Government and General Employees Union (NSGEU/NUPGE) president Joan Jessome.