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April 29, 2019

Liberal Platform

NEWFOUNDLANDERS AND LABRADORIANS ARE FACING A STARK CHOICE:

ONWARD OR BACKWARD?

In 2015, your Liberal Government made tough but necessary choices as we managed theprovince through an economic crisis. The necessity for difficult decisions was hidden bythe prior Progressive Conservative Government. In our persistence for a stronger tomorrow came a resilience to see the plan through. This document sets out the product of that enduring commitment.

Today, your Liberal Government is offering a continued path to prosperity for Newfoundland and Labrador. Behind us are the prospects of doubling electricity rates due to the PC MuskratFalls project, $2.7 billion deficits, and PC mismanagement.

We cannot go back.

Ches Crosbie and the PCs promise to gut health care and implement a “debt brake law”; a harsh instrument that will arbitrarily cut hundreds of millions from our social programs,significantly reduce jobs, and do irreparable damage to our economy. He promises to scrapThe Way Forward, which is an engine of job creation and partnerships in the burgeoning aquaculture, mining, oil and gas, tourism, forestry, and technology industries. We cannot go back.

Moving Onward with the Liberal path grows the economy while ensuring fiscal stability in abalanced and thoughtful manner under the following central themes:

  1. A Better Economy
  2. Healthier People
  3. Better Living
  4. A Bright Future

Download Liberal Platform here. 

April 16, 2019

#NLBudget2019

Working Towards a Brighter Future – #NLBudget2019 maintains focus on financial sustainability while delivering on priority investments.

For the full details, visit https://www.gov.nl.ca/budget/2019/

April 16, 2019

Protecting You from the Cost Impacts of Muskrat Falls

On Monday, April 15, the Government released a framework to manage the impact on Muskrat Falls on electricity rates.

For full details, please click here.

 

 

April 6, 2019

Cowan Heights Community Clean-Up

Along every street, around every corner, litter can be found. Not only is litter unsightly, it can have serious environmental consequences, polluting our local waterways, parks, alleyways, and walking trails.

On Saturday, April 27th, at 10am at Kitty Gaul Park (50 Birmingham Street), come out and pick up litter and help beautify our community. Clean St. John’s will supply garbage bags, gloves and pickup filled bags.

RSVP here.

***In the event of inclement weather, the community cleanup will take place on Saturday, May 4, 2019.***

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April 5, 2019

Landmark Atlantic Accord Agreement

Ulrike Brown

"I support Siobhan Coady because of her character, her experience, her social conscience, and her progressive ideas on education, energy and fiscal management."

Contact Siobhan

Address: 655 Topsail Road, Waterford Valley Mall
Phone: 709.364.1888
Email: info@siobhancoady.ca