Friday, September 3, 2010

Day Nine: Assigned Readings

A little late, but in my defense IKEA was madness!

As reported by the CBC, Roger Duguay is demanding the Liberals and Progressive Conservatives come clean on the cuts they will need to make to pay for their campaign promises. Will they?

Finally, a campaign hiccup. David Alward needs to brush up on his Acadian culture. The answer is always Roch Voisine.

What will happen with the Official Languages Act in 2012? The CBC investigates.

The Telegraph Journal on competing promises in northern New Brunswick.

The Times & Transcript runs down yesterday's promises.

1 comment:

  1. Roch Voisine is *technically* Quebecois ;)

    Actually, I wonder how many anglophone New Brunswickers *could* name an Acadian artist. Or how many Acadians could name an Anglophone New Brunswick artist, for that matter.


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