Clock ticking as Nova Scotia banks on economic turnaround in election year

Dec 23, 2012 Full story: Canadian Business Magazine

With an election in Nova Scotia expected within a year, Premier Darrell Dexter is taking every opportunity to tell voters that economic prosperity is "just around the corner." In a recent state-of-the province speech, Dexter reminded the audience about the $25-billion federal contract for the Halifax Shipyard, the $3.5-billion in spinoffs expected ... (more)

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