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Alison Coffin, Leader of the Newfoundland and Labrador New Democratic Party, coming to Charlottetown

Alison Coffin, Leader of the Newfoundland and Labrador New Democratic Party, will be guest speaker at the NDP PEI dinner on November 15th at Rodd Charlottetown. Alison was elected as the Member of the House of Assembly for St. John’s East – Quidi Vidi in May 2019.  Alison is an economist dedicated to advancing responsible public policy and excellence…

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Getting Ready

Workshop to equip candidates and workers    There’s a buzz: Islanders are talking about about an early May election.  That would leave just a few weeks from now till the dropping of the writ.  And the people of NDP PEI plan to be ready.    A good sign of that: the Campaign Readiness workshop held…

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He’s Back: Dr. Herb is nominated as the Island New Democrat candidate for D-25, O’Leary-Inverness.

What a great evening in West Prince! Thank you all for your support. I am pleased to be nominated to stand with Joe Byrne and the Island New Democrats to represent O’Leary-Inverness in the coming provincial election. I will work hard, and speak for the issues that matter in our community.                                                                                                                                  Dr. Herb Dickieson

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Meet Joe Byrne, NDP leader

Joe Byrne, leader of Island New Democrats will be in West Prince to meet supporters who want to make a difference. We welcome your input. Open to all. Refreshments served. Friday, October 12: 7pm – 8pm at St. Luke’s Hall, O’Leary Corner

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Kathleen Monk Rallies NDP PEI Women

Renowned political analyst and strategist Kathleen Monk was the speaker at the biennial Hilda Ramsay Dinner organized by NDP PEI women at the Rodd Charlottetown Hotel in September. Monk drew from her experience as communications director for Jack Layton’s famous “Orange Wave” of Election 2011 that placed Canada’s New Democrats as Official Opposition with 103…

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