Friday, September 17, 2010

Day Twenty-Three: Assigned Readings

The CBC reports that some New Brunswick mayors are upset with the property tax plan David Alward is proposing. Always beware the small town mayor.

Meanwhile, Jack MacDougall proposes proportional representation and de-centralized media ownership. That last point is an interesting one, as the three English daily newspapers in New Brunswick are owned by the same company.

This report on the daily TJ/CRA poll (my own will follow shortly) suggests that the debates did have an effect.

Dental care, vision care, and more school supplies for New Brunswick's poorest families, promise the Liberals. This particular piece doesn't mention any specific PC plans, though Alward does say he is committed to finding solutions.

Here's a brief summary of yesterday on the campaign trail.

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